Juvia's place mini magic eyeshadow palette- review

Hello everyone,

Today I am going to be reviewing the magic palette by Juvia's place. This palette is very vibrant and has a wide range of variety and colour selection. I wanted to both purchase and review this palette due to the hype surrounding Juvia's place. It has definitely lived up to my expectations.


Pigmentation - the pay off from these shadows is amazing. They blend seamlessly and the longevity is really good. These eyeshadows are of the quality of some of the high end shadows I have previously tried.

Despite the vibrant colour palette these colours can be very complementary to one another. There are a number of both matte and shimmer shadows. The mattes are highly pigmented. The shimmers are vibrant and add that something special to an eye look.

The top two rows are warm toned shadows and the bottom two rows are cool tones. This even mix makes the palette great for experimental people and also universally inclusive.

Due to the shade selections these shadows would be perfect on all skin tones and eye colours.




This palette is reasonably priced for the quality of the shadows. It's currently on sale on beauty bay for only £21.

palette shades -

Nubia - metallic yellow gold
Zakiya - matte orange toned red
Osun - pale metallic pink
Kesi - matte beige
Zuba - metallic medium pink
Nana - matte orange toned brown
Boronu - metallic bronze gold
Kogi - matte red
Faso - duochrome lilac
Aja - metallic khaki green
Vai - metallic dark grey
Yemoja - light metallic grey
lfe - deep matte purple
Yara - metallic turquoise
Buzo - metallic green
Yejide - matte navy

The Juvia's place mini magic palette is an amazing palette in my opinion. This palette offers variety and is very inclusive. You can get this palette on beauty bay - here 


Thank you for reading and I hope you have found this useful in some way. 

Merry Christmas!!

Sadie xoxo 

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