Juvia’s Place The Tribe Palette Review
The minute I saw Beauty Bay was finally stocking Juvia’s Place The Tribe Palette I was all over it! I have seen many people creating stunning looks with this palette so I was super excited to get my hands on it. Juvia’s Place is my favourite brand for eyeshadow and I had very high hopes for this extremely adventurous palette.
A nine-colour eyeshadow palette.
Housed in a vibrant green-gold case, The Tribe Palette is packed with gold, green and copper tones for the creation of head-turning effects. Gathering an assortment of highly-pigmented, effortlessly blendable shadows in a mix of matte and shimmer finishes, this collection will take your look to another level of striking.
- 9 shades
- 5 mattes
- 4 shimmers
- Maasai – Yellow/Lime matte
- Oromo – Vibrant matte orange
- Tutsi – Bold matte green
- Koro – Pale, champagne shimmer with green undertones
- Chaga – Warm, bronze shimmer
- Kuba – Dark green metallic/shimmer
- Ashanti – Matte brown
- Kurla – Vivid copper shimmer
- San – Matte forest green
When I opened up the Beauty Bay box and laid my eyes on this palette my first thoughts were ‘wow!’ The packaging is extremely bright and eye-catching and also features two beautiful tribal women on the front and inside the palette as is normal for the Juvia’s Place palettes. The size of this palette and the pans are pretty decent and is definitely suitable for travel. The names of each shade are also under each pan which is something I always appreciate! The palette is made from sturdy cardboard and has a slightly magnetic closure so I don’t fear it opening up randomly in my bag.
Despite owning several Juvia’s Place palettes I am still amazed every time I buy a new one at how pigmented the shades are. Seriously nothing else compares to these! The colours are extremely vibrant, buttery and look beautiful on all skin tones. For only £30 you can’t go wrong.
The shades swatched like a dream and applied just as strongly to my eyes. They all blended amazingly together and there isn’t a single colour that I don’t think I’d use. There is definitely a good variety of colours and you can easily create a whole magnitude of different, creative looks.
I did experience quite a lot of fallout from this palette, especially from the darker matte shades, and ended up having a slightly green under eye area haha. This may irritate some people and I would suggest doing your eyeshadow before your foundation.
It’s now time for my favourite part of the review…the mini tutorials! I had so much fun playing and creating looks with The Tribe Palette. In fact, I enjoyed using this palette so much I willingly woke up earlier than usual to play with it before work. If that’s not love then I don’t know what is!
For my first look, I started with Oromo for my transition and then used Ashanti for my outer corner and crease. I also used San for my outer corners, blending this into Ashanti. For my lid, I used the shade Chiga and then finally applied Koro on my inner corners.
For my second look, I used the shade Tutsi as a transition shade and then on my lower lashline line too later on. I used San for the outer corners and then Maasai over my lid with Koro over the top for a lighter, vibrant green shimmer.
For my third and final look, I began with Maasai for the inner corner of my crease. I then blended that into Tutsi for the centre of the crease and then San for the outer corner. Next, I cut my crease using concealer and applied Kurla all over the lid. Lastly, I applied Koro on my inner corners and San on the lower lash line.
Obsessed. That’s it. That is my final thought. I am obsessed with this palette. It is absolutely stunning. I never thought I’d love bold, vibrant green eyeshadow as much as I do now. This palette is absolutely ideal for summer and I can definitely see myself getting a lot of use out of it. I have so much love for Juvia’s Place and as per usual they did not disappoint with this palette. If you’re feeling adventurous and want to create some really out there, fun looks then I’d definitely recommend The Tribe Palette.
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