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Swatches & Comparison Of All The ColourPop Jelly Much Shadows


One of my favorite products at the moment is the ColourPop Jelly Much Shadows. I use them on almost a daily basis either as a base for other eyeshadows or as the only thing I wear for shadows to work. These just make getting ready in the morning super easy. So I have gotten every single shade that has been released. I have discussed the initial launch and showed off the newest in the Villain collection, but otherwise haven’t brought them back up. Until today, I’m going to break down the entire collection of Jelly Much Shadows by color then do swatch comparisons of those groups.

Each Jelly Much Shadow costs $8 for 6.5g (0.23oz) of product. They are more of a mousse consistency that dries down comfortably on the lids without creasing or fall out to clean up.


  • Whistlin’ Pixie: Warm terracotta with a gold sheen
  • Morning Light: Warm orangey coral with a pink flip
  • Doves N’ Roses: Soft coral with rose gold glitter
  • I Own You: Coral red with an orange duochrome flip
  • Once & Floral: Metallic bright pinky copper
  • Short Circuit: Metallic bronzed copper


  • Sweet Dreams: Soft pink with silver blue flip
  • No Rest for the Vivid: Hot pink with an intense blue duochrome flip
  • Close to You: Baby pink with pink and violet glitter


  • Half Moon: Duochrome plum with a frosty green and blue flip
  • Late Bloomer: Rich plum with blue and teal duochrome flip
  • Big Ego: Pale lavender with teal flip


  • Just Your Voice: Electric blue with a purple duochrome flip
  • Bungalow: Metallic vibrant peacock teal
  • Not Today: Jade green with multicolored glitter
  • Into Focus: Bright jade with a gold sheen


  • Ventura: Holographic opal with violet duochrome flip
  • Crystal Castle: Opal with peachy pink duochrome flip
  • Wavelength: Icy opal with a soft violet flip
  • Hallucinogenius: Icy lavender with blue opal duochrome flip
  • Spindle: Cool toned lavender with a champagne gold flip
  • Perfectly Wretched: Pinky icy taupe with multicolored glitter


  • We Jammin’: Metallic soft gold
  • Foxes: Metallic rich amber gold
  • Origami: Metallic bright yellow gold
  • Wide Awake: Soft yellow gold
  • Cursed: Antique gold
  • Photosynth Sis: Bright chartreuse


Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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    April 1, 2019 / 1:03 AM

    I’ve never tried these but they sound great!

    • Mae Polzine
      April 1, 2019 / 7:15 AM

      I love their Jelly Much shadows, they make for such a quick and easy makeup look.

  2. Susy De León
    July 14, 2019 / 8:07 PM

    Hi, new subscriber here! I’m so glad I found your blog cause you have exactly what I needed to know before buying the jelly much shadows. I just have a question, I was looking to get the Spindle one cause it looked very pigmented on the website but in your pictures it looks kinda glossy and not purple, so if I’m looking for a very pigmented purple shadow, would it work if I just apply more than one layer? or should I just wait? P.S.: I already have the archer loose shadow (which is a very dark purple shade) and I’m looking for a lighter but still saturated shade of purple.
    Thank you!

    • Mae Polzine
      July 14, 2019 / 9:12 PM

      Aw thank you. And yes, I would definitely say that Spindle is more glossy or at least mine is, but can be built up for more pigmentation.
      ♥ Mae

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