I had so much fun doing the palette bingo with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Prism palette a couple of weeks ago that I wanted to do another one! This time I chose The Zulu eyeshadow palette by Juvia’s Place. Juvia’s Place is notorious for their bright electric shades and the Zulu palette is one of their brightest! I thought that this palette would help me step out of my comfort job even more than the Prism palette.
Similarly to last time, I used a random number generator to select 4 random shades! Here are the shades that I selected:
5 – Shimmer Green (in the center of the palette)
6 – Shimmer Teal
9 – Matte Purple
3 – Matte Brown
I decided not to use any companion palettes so that these shades would pop as much as possible. As a first step, I blended the matte brown shade all over my lid and into my crease. I tried to focus most of the color in the outer v of my eyelid though.
I then took the matte purple and blended that all across my lower lash line. I was a little stumped on how to use this shade but went ahead and added to the lower lash line.
I then stamped the green shimmer shade on the inner corner of my eye with my finger. I noticed that the shimmer shades apply a lot better with a finger than with a brush.
As a final step, I took the shimmer teal shade and stamped that on the center of my lid and blended it into the shimmer green shade and the matte brown shade. I then took the brown shade again and amped up the color a little more just to make it more visible and more blended.
And here is the final look!
I didn’t really like how this turned out at first but after I applied mascara I liked it a bit more. I feel like mascara can always make a look come together. It is a really unique look and it is definitely not something I would do regularly but it is so nice to try something new. Palette Bingos are just a lot of fun because there are unlimited possibilities when putting a look together!
Let me know what you think of this look! Do you like playing with color or do you own this palette? Let me know your thoughts, I would love to know!