This post may contain affiliate links. Purchasing through affiliate links help support this website.

Juvia’s Place Violets and Berries Eyeshadow Palettes

Juvia's Place Violets and Berries Eyeshadow Palettes

Juvia’s Place Palettes

Hello epic humans! Today I’m sharing my Juvia’s Place Violets and Berries Eyeshadow Palettes with you, along with the Fumi Queen palette I have. These three palettes together give you a fabulous color story to play with. I’m woefully behind on sharing the palettes I’ve purchased.

Where to Buy
Juvia’s Place, Ulta

About Juvia’s Place

For those of you who don’t know, Juvia’s Place is a cruelty-free Black owned Indie (independent) makeup brand. They make affordable beauty products. Many of their products are vegan, too.

Juvia’s Place Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

I wear Juvia’s Place Shade Stick Foundation in Tokyo. I have very fair neutral to cool yellow undertones.

Juvia's Place Violets and Berries Eyeshadow Palettes

The swatches above of the Juvia’s Place Violets Palette, Juvia’s Place Berries Palette, and Juvia’s Place Queen Fumi Palette were taken outdoors in natural sunlight.

Juvia's Place Eyeshadow Swatches Fair Skin

The above photo was taken indoors in natural light next to my sliding glass doors.

Violets – Berries
2 – 3
4 – 4
1 – 2
5 – 5
6 – 1
3 -6
Queen Palette
Adrian – Ole
Sister2Sister – Seven
FDV Approved – Glam

Above is a guide to how I swatched these palettes. The eyeshadows have no name in the Violets and Berries, so I just assigned them numbers from the first row, left to right 1 2 3 and second row, left to right, 1 2 3.

About the Packaging

Juvia's Place Violets and Berries Eyeshadow Palettes

All 3 of these palettes are made from sturdy cardboard. They have beautiful women on the cover of the palette and no mirror inside. I prefer the Fumi palette packaging between the three because it has the names of the eyeshadows beneath each color.

Juvia’s Place The Queen Palette Fumi

The Queen Palette with Fumi is apparently limited edition and sold out. However, you can pick it up in a bundle that is currently available on the Juvia’s Place website. What I love about the Queen Fumi palette (as I keep calling it in my head), is that it is a multi-purpose face and eye palette. Every color can be used on the face or eyes.

I chose this palette because of the beautiful bold purple, red, and hot pink that work as blush or eyeshadow. I kept waiting for some brand to put out my perfect travel cheek palette, and while no one has, this one is close because of the versatility of the colors! Truly impressed with it.

Juvia’s Place Violets and Berries Eyeshadow Palettes

The Violets Palette has gorgeous purples! I’ve mostly used the mattes. I like to use the lighter shade to blend out the deeper color and then pop a multichrome on my lid.

The Berries Palette has beautiful pink and red shades. My favorite is, of course, the burgundy. But I also love the reddish copper with a pink shift.

Makeup Thoughts

The matte and shimmer shades in these three palettes are consistent with my other Juvia’s Place palettes. Lately I find it best to build my makeup in thinner layers.

For the mattes, I start with a large fluffy brush like the Bdellium 787 and the lightest shade I’m going to use, I apply that to my crease and usually use it as my transition shade. Then I build up the deeper hues in the crease with a Sigma E25. I’ll move to my tiniest fluffy brush, a Sigma E36, to create depth at the outer corner.

For shimmers, I prefer to use the Urban Decay Moondust Brush to put those shades on my lid. I sometimes try to tap really shimmery shades on with my fingers, but because I have hooded eyes and usually long nails, it’s really tricky to do that. And honestly, I hate fussy eyeshadows that can only be applied with my finger tips. I also have some IT Cosmetics brushes that I use for the lid but they’re from a LE set and no longer available on Ulta’s website.

To highlight under the brows I prefer to use a small pointed brush or detail brush and then blend it out with a larger brush. Sometimes I will use my finger tips to blend this out a bit too, as it’s easier to do by my brows. I usually use my KVD Vegan Beauty Shade + Light Eye Contour brush (link is for reference, I don’t think it’s made anymore and the only one I could find on Amazon is jacked up in price) for this.

If you’re looking for affordable, cruelty-free pigmented BOMB makeup, you can’t beat Juvia’s Place! I love their palettes. What do you think of the Juvia’s Place Violets and Berries Eyeshadow Palettes? What about the Queen Fumi Palette?

More Juvia’s Place

Tags from the story

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *