#BuyBlack These Africa-Inspired Blush Palettes Were Made By a Black Woman For Black Women

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Juvia’s Place Saharan Blush Palettes Review


Juvia’s Place is back at it with (in my best DJ Khalid voice) another one!  Remember the Saharan Eyeshadow Palette and all of it’s splendor? If not, click HERE to see my review. The latest release from Miss Chichi’s bold and beautiful brand features multi purpose palettes designed to give a flush face to the deepest of coco profiles. The Saharan Blush Palettes Volume 1 &2 (Click HERE and HERE to shop both) are curated to suit deep to dark skin-tones and medium to light skin-tones respectively. And just so we’re clear: Juvia’s place is a black-owned business, so these palettes were designed to suit us beautifully.

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Like everything else Juvia’s Place produces, these palettes are richly pigmented, perfectly blendable, and feature colors that will have your melanin poppin severely! Just check out the swatches below and get your credit cards ready because these palettes are insanely affordable at just $18 USD each! You get 6 pans of rich vibrant colors. Each palette can be used for contour and highlight, eyeshadow, lip toppers as well as blush, so it’s a great buy.

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And let’s not forget that Juvia’s Place also sells some of the best brush sets on the market . Incredibly soft, pretty, and easy to work with. Check out the 2 latest sets from this amazing indie brand below.

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So let’s break it down, shall we?

  • Pigmentation is POPPIN’
  • Multifunctional palette (Contour, Highlight, Eyeshadow, Lip Topper and Blush)
  • Soft and Blendable formula
  • Affordable at only $18 each!
  • Use code LISA to save an additional 10% off of your order

Need more convincing? Check out the swatch and review video below. Don’t forget to let us know what you think of these palettes. Will you be buying? Comment below and let us know.

That’s all folks! Share your thoughts below!

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  1. Omg I want this! So much black owned stuff these days that are nice. I recently got a pair of shoes from Tavia P shoes, a pillow and handbag from online store Oluwa & Celestin, and now I need this! Let’s go Black Owned businesses and designers!

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