On June 5th, Jill Stuart Cosmetics released its 2009 Summer Collection including 10 all-new Jelly Eye Colors. I purchased the Jelly Eye Color N in 08 Crystal Sky which is the same purple shadow that the model is wearing in Jill's summer campaign. The jelly shadow is very "jelly-like" and cool on the eyes. You can use it as a single eyeshadow or as a shadow base. Crystal Sky is quite pigmented so a little goes a long way and you can control the intensity of the jelly by increasing the amount of it you apply to your lid. The shadow also dries immediately so it is quite easy to build or layer upon it. The pure crystal powder in the eye color contains a lot of sparkle and Crystal Sky has both white and purple shimmer that will change the shade of the jelly depending on where you are. Under natural light, the shadow has a more purplish appearance somewhat similar to what you see on the model but inside, under a yellow light, the shadow has a deep, purplish-grey hue. The jelly has a rose scent but the fragrance has not irritated my eyes, at all. Crystal Sky was my first Jelly Eye Color purchase and I am so pleased that I would like to try out some of the other shades. With tax, a single Jelly Eye Color is 2,310 yen which is pretty standard for a department store brand cream shadow.