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  1. Wow! I had no idea. I purchased the green Rebel quads from Ulta and I was searching YT for tutorials. I noticed there were A LOT of non-black YouTubers doing demos. I’m not racist or anything, but I wanted to see the makeup on people with my complexion. I am so tired of businesses taking advantage of Black women (I still don’t use Shea Moisture). Unfortunately, I ordered several palettes from JP before I saw your videos. Also, I was completely unaware of the situation with Jeffree Star. Needless to say, I want nothing more to do with JP or JS. I’m sick of Black women being ridiculed and used. I think I will do better research in the future and buy from companies that do not tear us down. Thank you for sharing your experience.

  2. Every time I am tempted to purchase products from a certain company come back to this video and I realize I don't need that kind of energy in my life. They just came out with bronzers and I was like – hmm good price and they seem interesting. But I hesitate to have to deal with customer service issues so I am going to pass again. I am going go look at Coloured Raine bronzers and brushes and enjoy my life.

  3. I recently subscribed to your platform last night because I was looking for reviews of Juvia’s place since my friends have been mentioning it. I usually don’t like negativity, especially when it’s black individuals being negative towards each other (which is what I thought your previous video about juvias place was going to be about). But I thank God that I decided to open and watch regardless of my preconceived notions. As a result, I have this to say, you are a Woman of integrity. Yes, what is for you will never ever pass you- bc God is intentional that way. And you know what, if building a platform with a million followers is what God has for you, that great honesty that you display is what’s going to get you there! Keep shining sis- God’s got you!💞

  4. But truthfully, this is extremely disheartening. Even in the midst of the hatred, WE👏🏾 RISE👏🏾

  5. I’m so sorry you received backlash for being honest the first time. And then when they REALLY proved you right (with him of all people), they started to backpedal and try to work with you? As if it undoes the “thanks racist/sexist/rape-apologist nazi-memorabilia-wearing monster who hates black women specifically, for reviewing our foundation! 😘”
    Thank you so much for sharing.

  6. Thanks so much for these videos. I am new to juvias place and am literally in love with their pallettes. I have bought about 17 of them BUT PLEASE KNOW I WON'T SPEND ANOTHER COINT WITH THEM. I can't stand with someone that is excited about being accepted by someone who really doesn't like them.. stand for something or fall for anything. I care more about being real and true to me than being accepted.

  7. This video and comments made me wonder if Juvias Place is really black owned or they’re just fronting.! Really wonder.!!!! By the look of things they do seem like a white owned business disguising as black owned 🥺🥺

  8. I just saw your video after I have ordered things from them. I’ve purchased from Ulta and ordered from their site. Their products are great but…. their shipping is trash. Your video is going to make me reevaluate if I make any purchases from them in the future.

  9. Wow thanks again. Their morals are clearly screwed up. I can’t stand and buy from a business that supports that.

  10. Pretty sure voldemort called Jackie a gorilla 🦍 but they praise a trans racist lol karma comes for all of us that's prob y voldemorts cosmetics is now in a tj max that cancelation is coming boo boo lol 😂

  11. It’s a black owned brand but NOT Black American owned. It’s Black Immigrant owned. It’s important to frame the difference properly.

  12. I was about to buy my first eye palette from them yesterday and after watching both of your videos on them I am so glad I passed

  13. Thank you so much for making these videos!! I can honestly say my eyes were blanketed about Juvia’s Place. I have JUSTT begun setting up my YouTube page. I just bought the 6 bundle by them and was in the midst of creating an ENTIRE PLAYLIST of content with Juvia’s Place as the center of my work. Thank the LORD for you really giving deep full reviews and receipts. I definitely will NOT be making them a forefront. The pallets are great and I spent my hard earned coint too so they will be used but they won’t be advertised like that on my page. Thank you so much because this is not something I would want to support.

  14. Tif I appreciate you, you are REAL. Subscribed

    I don't know how I stumbled on this video, but I found out some things about JS. I don't watch him but now I know I don't want to.

  15. It is Obvious that you don't give them chances to make their customer service better, you're just dying to get on their PR list and get your free stuff! Who do you think you're fooling woman?!

  16. Hi Tiffany.

    They've been pushing their nude lipstick collection soooooo HARD! Coincidentally I was tempted to buy them and happened to be simultaneously on the Juvia's Place website and Youtube looking at more reviews to choose my shade. I for some reason thought about you and wondered whether you had posted recently (I'm a subscriber but you know how the algorithm can mess up sometimes) and this video popped up when I searched your name.

    Girrrrrrrrrrrrrrrllll bless the Lord, you've reminded me why I won't be buying from them. They have zero morals. Love you, come back soon. Love from the UK xxx

  17. Too bad, I was thinking about trying their palettes because I love their color stories, they are very inspiring and different. But I'm glad I did the research, I hate when brands disrespect smaller influencers, even if they were the ones making them famous in the first place. And using that racist for publicity? Just no. People deserve a second chance, but they don't deserve a 100 chances.

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