It has been quite sometime since I made a detailed product review, not yet there, but this is as close as it gets. I’m compelled just because, my, my, this product is so
pricey beautiful not to be featured.
Hmmmm 🤔, with twinkle, twinkle in my eyes, I’m sold! Sometime ago, I thought I deserve a treat, so I decided to indulge in Sephora. Voila! It’s my first of many Guerlain to have and to own. 😉
|Guerlain Météorites Illuminating Powder Pearls|
Product Overview: An illuminating powder made up of light-diffusing pearls that minimize flaws and add brightness to the skin
“Born of expert craftsmanship, this cult constellation of multi-coloured powder pearls with an unforgettable violet fragrance created in 1987 is now available in an unprecedented harmony dedicated to Blanc de Perle. Today, the Météorites hold the secret to Stardust technology – a light-creating polymer, which transforms light invisible to the naked eye into a pure and endless glow on the skin. A subtle blend of matte, rosy and radiant blue-toned white pearls, combined with corrective coloured pearls – yellow to counter redness, pink for freshness and mauve to catch the light – they light up the face in an illuminating and corrective halo to give endless radiance.” –Guerlain Official Website
|Swatch of Guerlain Meteorites No. 2 Clair/Light #BestEffort|
Stardust Technology. Endless radiance. While I don’t have the Météorites Pinceau (the matching brush for it that you have to buy separately), but still my current makeup brush works just fine so I can still get that luxurious feel and finish. Oooooh I just can’t get enough of it, plus the scent, double love.
Because I was nursing bad skin days, I had to skimp on makeup. I tried to use one makeup at a time for testing, and c’est magnifique, it works. Goodness gracious, otherwise, goodbye $60++.
|Simple #FOTD Guerlain | Maybelline Liquid Eyeliner | Benefit Cosmetics They’re Real Mascara | Mac Yumyum Lipgloss | Tom Ford Sunglasses|
Key words are luxurious (for the brand, price, and the look), soft shimmering (for that healthy, radiant glow a la Korean Drama Actress, which I so badly covet), and sheer coverage. It works best for highlighting to set and to hold powder. It doesn’t offer buildable coverage, and the Guerlain Lingerie De Peau Compact Powder Foundation champions that feature. Anyhow, I’ve given up on covering my age spots, oh well, I grew up and I realize I just need to embrace them. Hah. Lesser worries, and one less step in my skin care routine. Cheers! ;-D