Hey guys, I’m back again with another eyeshadow palette review and look. I’ve been doing a ton of makeup reviews lately that it almost feels like my blog is becoming a beauty site. Anyways, not really a problem for me, given the fact that I’m totally obsessed with the makeup lifestyle. Today in the mail, I received the Juvia’s place Zulu palette and I knew it was time to make a post for you guys on this palette.
To be very honest, I do not remember purchasing this product, but I scanned through my email and realized that I actually did purchase one a while ago. Who else purchases a ton of products at one go and can’t keep up with the delivery of each one? At least I know I do..
So this palette sells out really quickly, but as of right now as I’m typing this post, its currently in stock, so you should go snatch it… BUT before you do, give yourself a couple minutes to read through my review and see if this is right for you.
You guys already know how obsessed I am with warm tones, especially now that the fall season is around the corner. I recently have been playing around with the colour pop yes please shadows and if you don’t know by now, that palette literally screams WARM!.
I was so excited to unbox the Zulu palette today because I definitely needed to take a break from the colourpop palette and try something completely different.
JUVIA’S PLACE ZULU PALETTE FIRST IMPRESSIONS
The packaging of the palette is pretty basic and similar to their other eyeshadow palette packages. This has a light pinkish cardboard like packaging with a Nefertiti design logo on it. It does not come with a mirror, but it does come with 9 different bright shades to play with.
This palette retails for $17.50 on the Juvia’s place website and compared to the colourpop yes please palette which retails for $16, this has a larger pan size, and a whole lot more pigmentation, so you do get a bang for your bucks for an extra dollar.
The formula of this palette too is just amazing. The shimmer shades are not the creamiest, but they do apply on very pigmented. I also love the fact that I barely get any fall outs with both the matte and shimmer shades. The matte shades blend out so nicely and flawlessly.., and a little bit goes a long way with this pigmentation.
This palette is not necessarily warm toned, but it does contain some warm shades along with pops of cool colors to play with.
PROS AND CONS
- Very pigmented
- Pops of colors to play around with
- Less fallout
- Large pan sizes
- Great price point
- Names of shades do not appear on palette
- Doesn’t come with a mirror
There really isn’t much to say about the Zulu palette besides the fact that it comes with nice pops of colors. I personally love this palette because of its versatility of shades and pigmentation. Plus, its a good travel sized palette when on the go. This is definitely one of Juvia’s cheapest shadow palette, and believe me, I’m very impressed by the quality of shadows and large pan sizes for such an affordable price.
MakeUp Look Using the Zulu Palette
So for this look, I basically combined ALL the shades together and blended it in. Merely looking at the palette, I initially wanted to go for a simple orangy look and call it a day, but after swatching each shades, I knew I had to go all in.
I really hope you guys love this look and maybe purchase this palette if you feel its right for you. It gets sold out pretty quickly, so you might want to jump on it as soon as possible (depending on when you read this post).
Comment below what you think of this palette if you already have one.
xo, Eleanor ♥