During the Holiday 2018 collection, I was able to try out the Jelly Much Shadows. The texture is gel-like, as the name suggests, and applies as pigmented as you wish. I prefer using fingers to apply and then using a brush to blend. One thing I learned from using ONLY jelly much shadows on an #EOTD is that you definitely want to try it with a glitter glue. I did not do this, so the glitter pretty much lined up on the base of my eyelashes’ roots and around the eyes. This glitter is super, duper fine, so you do not have to worry about it irritating your eyes (and contacts, if you wear them – I do, and I did not face any irritations, thankfully!) You need very little product, so this should last for a good amount of time. They come with a little lid inside the lid, so it is important to save this so that these don’t dry out. Are you ready to see my Jelly Much Shadow picks from the Spring ColourPop 2019 Collection?
Just look at how stunning Big Ego is?! Wow!
And, here’s Late Bloomer. <Insert Heart-Eyes Emoji Here!>
This #EOTD was simple – Big Ego on the eyelids with Late Bloomer on outer crease blended into the crease. That’s it!
What do you think of this look? How do you use your Jelly Much shadows?
Purchased by me. All opinions are honest and my own.