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The Colourpop Jelly Much Shadows have quite the following of people that love to wear them on the daily. From anywhere from the eyes to the cheeks to the body, you can add a beautiful glow with these semi-sheer, sparkling stunners.
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Mojave Moves (icy ivory with silver glitter) and Mystical Jelly Much Shadow (icy taupe with gold, pink, and silver glitter) are released as part of the Colourpop Wild Nothing Makeup Collection launch from July 2020.
The brand describes their Jelly Much Shadows to deliver “intense pigmentation in a single swipe. Zero creasing, zero fallout.” – which, in terms of Mojave Moves and Mystical, I tend to halfway agree with. I don’t agree with intense pigmentation and I’m not entirely sure where that claim comes from.
For me, since these don’t fade or crease, I like to use them as a topcoat to eye looks or maybe as a nice inner corner pop. It’s fantastic to not have to worry about wetting your brush to get that bling. But, intense pigment?
Below the Colourpop Jelly Much Shadows are swatched heavily and I haven’t even begun to really sheer them out yet. You’ll see they’re not opaque. The photo was taken outdoors, in natural sunlight.
While I do recommend these as a wonderful product I don’t want you to purchase expecting a product with full or intense pigment. If you find them to be beautiful and to your taste then I would absolutely recommend picking them up as they do perform well and are very affordable.