Juvia’s Place Palettes

I have always been nervous about using bright, in-your-face colours, but after discovering this palette I’ve changed my opinion completely!

The fabulous palette I’m talking about is Juvias Palettes! I currently have two and I have officially found love: the colours are ridiculously pigmented and the shimmers blend so well. The fact that they’re so blendable makes me more confident to experiment with these dazzling colours.

Experimenting with such strong and vibrant colours has made me feel more confident in what I can do and what I hope to do. Moving away from the colour ranges I’ve always been comfortable with was a major step outside my traditional boundaries. With such expressive colours I have finally found the confidence to move outside my comfort zone and explore. This new found confidence has helped me enjoy and appreciate expressive make-up and it feels amazing!

If you want to experiment or need a palette to push yourself,  I definitely recommend this one. The more you use the Large Masquerade Palette the more you will fall in love and a palette that does that is always worth spending some money on.

Great pigmentation, so easy to blend and a beautiful range of colours: what more could you ask for? Bonus – the price is worth it and I’m glad I invested in this palette for sure.

The Zulu Eyeshadow Palette is the other palette I have in this range although the colours are as vibrant, I did find that the matte shades are hard to work with and the consistency is a bit chalky. The colour does take some time to build up unfortunately on the matte shades. I did one look where I had no problem with it just had to build it up, but the next look I attempted to do went terribly wrong as the mattes simply didn’t blend as well as the shimmers did.

Go check out my Instagram where I created a couple of looks using Large Masquerade Palette. Hope you like them just as much as I do!



Morphe Palettes Review

YAAAAS! These three are my all-time favourites!! Initially, I was worried about the pigment, but with practice became confident in applying, blend, blend, blend!  The texture of these shadows is impressive: it glides onto your eyelid and looks perfect. My only niggle is two of the three palettes have a rather potent and distinctive smell – I don’t mind it, but I need to be real. The smell is the only issue with them and yeah, it was a little disappointing, but I haven’t had any problems with the shadow and I love the colours!

35F 35 Colour Fall Into Frost Palette – great range of colours, they are adorable and despite the wintery title, I feel you can use this palette all year round, as the colours are so versatile. I love the 7 matte shades, they’re fantastic for transition colour and the shimmers are simply delicate and very feminine! I have yet to use all of the colours, as some are a little out there, but I am looking forward to give it a go!


35OS 35 Colour Shimmer Nature Glow Eyeshadow Palette – the range of colours, from warm brown to a bronze orange is just perfect for those evenings out when you want a little drama without going full-out smoky.


35O 35 Colour Nature Glow Eyeshadow Palette – this one has the strongest smell, so beware! I love the chocolate browns, with the beiges and a spark of red/orange. The colours in this palette, especially, complement each other. I like that there is such a wide range of shimmer or matte. I love a shimmer, but the matte eyeshadows stand out for me – you can experiment with so many looks with this palette.



Morphe 35F 35 Colour Fall Into Frost Palette- £22.00

Morphe 35OS 35 Colour Shimmer nature Glow Eyeshadow Palette-£22.00

Morphe 35O 35 Colour Nature Glow Eyeshadow Palette- $22.99