Juvia's Place The Magic Palette

In my quest to use more colors in my makeup, I decided I should get a palette that would have colors I love but that would be a little out of my comfort zone. That's when the Juvia's Place came in my mind. I've watched so many videos from Angelica Nyqvist talking about Juvia's, that I kind of had to try them out.

Juvia's Place Magic Palette

So I got The Magic Palette. It's kind of a two-sided palette, with a warm color story and a cool one, each of them representing a goddess, warm for the goddess of the sun and cool for the goddess of the moon.

The Magic Palette
Like you can see, the colors may look a little challeging at first - especially if you're a neutral girl like I used to be - but with a little creativity you can do a ton with the palette. The consistency of the shadows is simply amazing. They feel very creamy compared to anything else I own, and this quality really makes me want to declutter some of the cheaper palettes I've gotten before. The shimmers would give out most used wet, apparently, but I've only ever used them dry and they're still amazing. And all of the shades are very blendable, even the most colorful ones. It can of course also used with any other palettes you own in case you need more mattes to do your looks.

Magic Palette Swatches

Here are the finger swatches of the colors, done like in my NYX review by swiping the colors two times on each swatch. I really love the colors on this palette and I think they all play well together. Like last time, I also have some pictures of me using the palette below.

Hope this shows a little bit how versatile the palette can be. You can do a very neutral look, but you can also do something super showy and colorful. It's totally up to you. Today I'm actually wearing a look including Yara and Ife, which might be a lot to some but I'm surprisingly loving it. I'm currently on the hunt with other palettes I would love (and that would have a fun color story), so if you have any tips on that, please let me know!

All in all I really like the palette and don't really have anything bad to say about it. For some people the big size might be a dealbreaker and the facet there's no mirror included but I'm personally not too bothered by either of those facts. I was a little intimitated by the color scheme at first, but after weeks of playing with it I feel mostly at home with it. Juvia's also has many other cool palettes so I strongly recommend checking those out if this particular palette is not your cup of tea.

What do you think about this palette? And, have you tried any of the Juvia's Place palettes? Let me know in the comments!

 I hope you liked this little "review", although if you want more in deptht one of this, I recommend checking out Angelica Nyqvist on YouTube, she does amazing reviews in my opinion. (And she is the one inspiring me to play more with my makeup currently!) In the next post, I will talk about my summer capsule wardrobe - which I should've done some days ago but better late than never, right? I've also scheduled quite many posts for the rest of the June, and I really hope you like what I have in store for you. I'm quite excited about the coming posts if I say so myself. Also, for daily updates, follow me on Instagram (@silvertigo)! I'll see you all in my next post.

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