Juvia's Place Saharan Palette Review and Swatches on Brown Skin
Hey Brown Girl!
Today we are reviewing the Saharan Palette by Juvia's Place. This palette was inspired by Gerewal Festivities of the Fulani People in Africa. The art work on this palette is very eye catching and nicely paired with a pink and blue color palette. This beauty retails for only $28.00. Now lets see what what the pigmentation is like.
From top to bottom are swatches of the first two rows of the Saharan Palette: Sokoto, Wodaabe, Bororo, Kia, Zoya, Iman, Jamila, and Senegal.
The pigmentation on this palette is amazing! Juvia's place comes through with the pigmentation every time. This is one of 3 palettes that I own by the company, and they all are extremely vibrant. The colors are easy to blend in this palette. I love the creamy consistency. I think this may be my favorite palette from them thus far simply because of the packaging! I plan on getting the Masquerade palette as well. I really love the mix of colors in the Saharan. They are very brown girl friendly.
Overall, my customer service experience was great! I feel like it is so essential to share that because Juvia's Place has a bad reputation when it comes to customer service. I was reluctant to order at first, but after hearing of good experiences, I decided to give it a try. I received this palette in TWO days. YES! On some Amazon Prime type status. I ordered directly from Juvia's website. I purchased it along with the Nubian palette, which I will be reviewing next. Last week I reviewed the Nubian 2 palette, which was placed in a different order. You can find that review here. Now, I am eyeing the Magic Palette. Have you seen the packaging?! It looks so bomb. I cant wait!