Colourpop Jelly Much Shadow, US$8
Colourpop is known for its affordable pricing, efficacy and wide variety of colour options that range from everyday neutrals to playful bolds. So it comes to no surprise that its Jelly Much Shadow comes in 24 shades. Every one in this range is made with a water-based formula that dries to a powder finish. We especially love this yellow gold Origami shade for its rich, striking hue.
Butter London Glazen Eye Gloss, S$38
Take your eyeshadow looks to the next level with an eye gloss from Butter London. This range has a lightweight, crease-resistant formula that goes on sheer, but can be built to full metallic opacity for an eye-popping effect. Available in 10 shades ranging from pink champagne to deep bronze.
Cover FX Gripping Primer, $58
If your foundation disappears after just a few hours of wear, you might want to add on a primer that helps it stay longer. As the name suggests, this Cover FX Gripping Primer is a clear, tacky jelly texture that acts like glue for your base makeup to hold on to.
e.l.f. Cosmetics Juicy Pop Flush Blush, from US$6
Ever wondered how celebrities and models (or perhaps, their makeup artists and stylists) create that healthy, dewy, “natural” flush? You can recreate that look, too, with a dab of this e.l.f. jelly blush over your cheeks. Available in two colours, this product has a sheer, non-sticky finish and is made with hydrating ingredients such as watermelon, argan oil and castor oil. However, e.l.f. doesn’t ship directly to Singapore so you’ll have to use a parcel forwarding service.
Farsali Jelly Beam Illuminator, S$65
It’s possible that this was the product that kickstarted the whole jelly makeup fad. The oil-free formulation applies like a gel but blends into a powder finish to impart an enviable glow. Go with a heavier hand if you’re not afraid of a high-shine look. Available in three shades —a champagne, rose gold and bronze.
Inc.redible You Glow Girl Jelly Highlighter, S$15
If you’re bored of the usual highlighter offerings, go with this jellied version from Inc.redible instead. They give a glittery, dewy effect that’s enhanced with a playful colour shift, due to the iridescent pearl pigments. This shade, Peach Out for instance, is a warm peach with a pink shift, while Cosmic Blur has a clear base with a violet blue shift.
J.One Jelly Pack Multi-Functional Gel Primer, S$43
A holy grail in the K-beauty world, this J.One primer is made with hyaluronic acid and a powerful antioxidant called fullerene. Said to deliver firming and lifting effects, use this sticky primer to help prolong the wear of your base makeup while imparting a youthful radiance.
Jill Stuart Jelly Eye Colour, S$30
Besides the cute packaging that Jill Stuart has become known for, this jelly eyeshadow is made to be fade-resistant so it can last you from day to night. There are 10 variants available—from powder blue to chocolate brown — so pop any of them on your eyelids to give a quick wash of shimmering colour.
Stila Lingerie Soufflé Skin Perfecting Primer, S$52
Unlike the aforementioned Cover FX and J.One primers, this Stila primer is not sticky. Rather, it is made with 70 per cent water as well as botanical ingredients and light-refracting pearls to impart a radiant finish that blurs pores while hydrating the skin. Available in pink and bronze shades.
Too Cool For School Check Jelly Blusher, S$23.66
With a jelly to cream texture, this Too Cool For School blush is perfect for those who can’t get enough of flushed, rosy cheeks. Various fruit and marshmallow extracts help create a buildable and blendable formula in eight shades that you can quickly layer with your fingers. Plus, the bag-friendly, compact tin design makes it portable for touch-ups throughout the day.