Juvia’s place eyeshadow palettes are one of the most famous palettes in the makeup industry. This brand is known by it’s quality.
Today I will be talking about Juvia’s Place The Festival palette. I already reviewed Juvia’s Place Zulu palette and if you are interested to know about it then click here.
A gathering of ritual celebrations filled with bold, daring and mystic trances. A fetish party complemented by exuberant colors. The festival eye shadow palette consists of 9 highly pigmented eye shadows.
This palette is made up of cardboard like other Juvia’s places palettes which packed in a box. Like zulu palette it consists of 9 generous pans where you will find 5 matte and 4 metallic shades. Name of every eyeshadow are mentioned. Like other Juvia’s palettes there is no mirror inside.
This palette has a nice blend of shades from which you can create soft look, bright bold colorful look and festival look obviously. I am totally impressed by the pigmentation of this palette. At first when palette was new matte shades are not soft enough but with continuous usage when upper layer got removed all these shades become soft (if it makes any sense).
Matte shades are easy to blend but one deep red shade (Izafa) need some time in blending but nothing major and this shade is seriously pigmented like after removing and washing your makeup hint of this shade is still there. Metallic shades are buttery as well as pigmented and applied well with finger than a damp brush. Some of the matte shades are not pigmented enough at first place but can be build easily. All these shades are not powdery and have a little to no fallout.
This row is consists of 2 matte and 1 metallic shade.
Izafa: is a deep matte red shade.
Uli: is an icy white metallic shade.
Ofala: is a burnt orange kind of a matte shade.
This row has all 3 matte shades.
Mmanwu: is a coral shade.
Iri Ji: is a neon pink shade.
Oro: is a mustard yellowkind of a shade.
Last row has all 3 metallic shades.
Keleke: is a grey-ish black shade.
Aba: is a turquoise kind of a shade.
Odogwu: champagne gold shade.
Overall it is worth buying and you can create variety of looks using this Juvia’s palette.
32.4 G/ 1.14 OZ
You will find it in the range of 4500 to 5000 Pkr.
Would I recommend?
I love this palette and would definitely recommend to you all.
I hope this review will be helpful for you and if yes then do let me know in the comment section below. Do yo have any Juvia’s place palette or this one? If yes, then what are your views on it? I would love to know your thoughts.