Product Review | The Juno & Co All-In-One Face Palette

Product Review | The Juno & Co All-In-One Face Palette in Bombshell ($15, - GIFTED)

Product Details (from Juno & Co's website):  An everyday face palette that is 4 in 1 and easy to use. Everything you need for a good contour, blush and highlighter for on-the-go glow!   Shades can be used separately or blended together.  Vegan.  Sustainable. California made.

Review:  I received this palette as a part of a Christmas gift exchange last December.  The holidays and life itself during pandemic has slowed me down during the month of December so I am barely getting to skincare and makeup reviews.  I cannot believe I had this beautiful gem sitting for weeks but I am so glad that I finally used it last week.   While I have all of the skincare item from the Juno & Co, this is the first time I am trying out their makeup products.  This comes in a pink gradient box with a foiled dark magenta typography.  The compact has a gold trim and a woman's legs wearing high heels as an illustration.  The compact has a huge mirror.  This seriously gave me Charlotte Tilbury Lovegasm or Lightgasm Palette minus the steep price tag.  I did receive this as a gift but the price is listed on their website at $15.  The palette has a highlighter, a blush topper (can be used as a highlighter depending on your skin tone), bronzer and a blush.  I believe Bombshell is for those with medium to medium dark skin tones.  There are other shades or versions of this palette:  Cherry Bomb (Lighter skin tones), Le Papillon (more colorful highlighter and blush) and Margarita (this has a deeper bronze shade with a baby blue highlighter).

At first glance, I am already impressed with the palette starting from its luxurious looking and feeling packaging.  The details/design on each powder are beautiful and well thought of.  It was hard using this powder because it is too pretty to mess up the embossed prints.  First off, all the powders are soft to the touch, easy to blend and are long-wearing.  They all apply seamlessly on the skin without looking like a cake face.  The highlighter is a very pretty champagne gold that you can sheer out or intensify depending on what the occasion is.  The blush topper is very pretty.  You will notice how many times I am going to use the words pretty and beautiful when describing or referring to this palette.  The blush topper almost appears to be sheer but can be built up.  You can use it as a highlighter if you have a tan or deeper skin tone.  The bronzer melts on the skin.  It is very pigmented but it is easy to blend.  The blush is stunning.  I am usually not into deeper blush shades (I like my peaches and corals) but this is something else.  You can use a light hand to sheer it out or intensify it to your liking.  

Overall, I have enjoyed using this palette.  After doing a live try-on on my Instagram TV (@thelovelist1), I could not put this palette down and used it for the rest of the week.  Over the past year, I have enjoyed using multi-tasking face palettes more and this one is no exception.  I highly recommend this Bombshell palette.  It's got quality and affordability wrapped all in one.  As always, the Juno & Co products are not accessible in-stores so you will have to purchase them on their website and at Beautylish.  Have you tried this palette?  What are your thoughts about it?