Guerlain Perles des Neiges Meteorites

For many the Meteorites range is the holy grail and this recent release is already sparking interest in the beauty community.


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Price: $80 US –  Limited Edition


What the packaging says:
What it is:
A pearly-white Christmas bauble filled with the iconic Météorites illuminating powder pearls to enhance the face and décolleté with a radiant glow.

What it does:
These Météorites pearls are made of light-reflecting iridescent pearly particles that leave the skin looking radiant with an illuminating glow. It features pearls in beige hues to even out the skintone, champagne to illuminate, and golden for a subtle, sunkissed effect. These pearls are infused with light-correcting nacres that harmoniously blend together to create a pure and correcting light for perfectly tailored luminosity, creating an ultrasoft powder that smooths the complexion for a unique, soft finish. These powder pearls reveal the iconic violet fragrance of Météorites.


 

 

My thoughts:

It’s super expensive, as gorgeous as it is the price tag is something to really think about when  the Guerlain Teint Beige is so similar and only $58 US or MAC Snowglobe isn’t a bad dupe either at $26 US. It’s packaged in a snowglobe-like container that has a flattened bottom to prevent it from rolling about and the top of the lid has a lightly frosted, which is super cute. Its more of a finishing powder than  a highlighter to be honest but it last the whole day.  Some people can’t live without it and some people don’t understand the hype. I’m in the middle, I like it but the price range makes me want to cry.

 

 

 

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