Jill Stuart Jelly Blush is a new mousse-like blush that was released in Japan for Summer 2013. It’s available in five shade selections and quite reminiscent of Jill Stuart Jelly Eye Color.
I actually expected it to be WAY more shimmery than it is as the texture was so darn similar to Jelly Eye Color and we all know how sparkly Jelly Eye Color is right?
I was very excited about this blush launch as the product isn’t quite like anything I’ve seen before texture wise in a blush.
Let’s take a look!
Jill Stuart Jelly Eye Color in Passion Fruit is one of three new, limited edition shades released for Summer 2013 in Japan. Prepare to be amazed if you’re a fan of Jelly Eye Color because seriously there is like NO sparkle in this shade.
Truest story ever.
I’m quite excited today as my Jill Stuart Jelly Blush haul arrived from Japan on Friday. Sadly, I haven’t had a sec to try these beautiful babies out but I will review and swatch shortly.
I was actually somewhat disappointed and relieved that they aren’t shimmery. For some reason, I just expected them to be as shimmery as the Jill Stuart Jelly Eyeshadows but they are not!
Take a quick peek!
I’m looking forward to the Jill Stuart Jelly Blush release for Summer 2013. These cream blushes launch in Japan this week (April 25th) and quite remind me of Jill Stuart’s Jelly Eye Color and I suspect they might be a very similar jelly-like mousse texture.
I’m looking forward to trying them out.
Take a look!
Jill Stuart Brightening Eye Cream has been apart of my daily AM regime for several months now. I purchased it in the hopes it would brighten up my tired eyes but not necessarily rid me of dark circles.
Imma tell you, if you’ve been searching for an eye cream that will rid you of dark circles just give up. It doesn’t exist. Dark circles are best concealed not treated. Seriously.
Jill Stuart Brightening Eye Cream doesn’t technically address dark circles but does promise to hydrate eyes and “improves the luminosity” of the skin under your eyes.
What does it really do?