I am back with another Juvia’s Place review to continue with my series! This week I put to werk the Tribe Palette. When debuting my recent order from JP on Instagram, followers were most excited to see what I could do with the green eyeshadows. I will say, that they did not disappoint! This palette is original $20 USD, but you can often find it on sale anywhere from $10-16 on Juvia’s Place website. Be sure to check often! Keep reading for more details.
The Tribe palette is housed in the most beautiful bright lime green color! I couldn’t help but gravitate toward it. I really enjoy green shadows, but I very seldom come across many that have good quality (especially in matte formula). I’m happy to report that both metallics and mattes performed well in this palette. That is saying a lot, because in the past matte shadows for JP hasn’t been the most pigmented or consistent. Here is a break down of the shades:
- Maasai – bright chartreuse matte lime green
- Oromo – yellow orange matte shade
- Tutsi – light green yellow shade
- Koro – metallic pale yellow with green sheen
- Chaga – metallic antique gold with green reflex
- Kuba – dark metallic hunter green with green/blue sheen
- Ashanti – matte brown with strong olive tones
- Kurla – metallic copper shade
- San – matte hunter green shade
Overall, this assortment of shades isn’t your run-of-the-mill greens! These have personality and are quite unique in the collection of Juvia’s Place shadows. I hope they formulate more color sheen eyeshadows and colorful reflex like these, in the future! All metallics were buttery to the touch; mattes were slightly dry in the pan, but picked up very well on a brush and blended nicely. There was kick-up in the pan, but not much fallout on the eyes during application.
This look is one of my absolute favorites I made with this palette! You’ll have to wait for more photos as I plan to update the Lookbook gallery with details!
I tested out this palette during the work week (about 3-4 days) to see how many different looks I could produce with it. For a monochrome type palette, I really enjoyed it! The different green finishes and textures allowed me to come up with some beautiful looks; in my opinion 🙂
So far, out of the Juvia’s Place palettes that I have tried, this one is definitely a favorite. I am very surprised and glad it didn’t let me down in any way. If green is your favorite color, you definitely need to add this one to your collection. Even if green isn’t your fave, this palette allows for nice looks with a pop of color, since the greens in this palette stray from the traditional look. What do you think of it?