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GUERLAIN Météorites Compact - Light-Revealing Powder is rated out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Angela2 from Fantastic final cover This is a gorgeous cover, not sparkly at all, just a subtitle sweep of radiance and the smell is to die for
Date published: 2016-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Megumizt from Lovely finishing product! Lovely smell, nice finishing powder makes my face looks so glow and healthy, colours correcting also helps to reduce the redness on my skin(acne/combination skin) but after 2-3hours this makes my face looks so oily but it's not a big deal plotting papers will help you
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by AlisonT100 from Disappointing :( To my budget, Guerlain is a very rare treat, and I've only ever been able to afford one of their make-up products, many years ago. That was a Météorite highlighting cream, and much to my delight, whenever I used it, I would be complimented on how well I looked. So, when I saw this compact version, I hoped for the same! Looks-wise, it's stunning. The compact is made from an engraved silver metal and it is encased in a black velvet pouch. Open it up, and the distinctive smell of violets hits you immediately. And the colours are simply beautiful! All good so far... The powder loads up onto the brush relatively well (I use a kabuki brush)...but that's where the magic ends. I just cannot see that it does anything at all to enhance my complexion's "radiance", unfortunately. I use it as my final skin product. Am I using it incorrectly? Is it the wrong brush? I don't *think* so... I love the lingering smell of violets that it leaves on my face but I cannot see that it has any particular impact. I wouldn't recommend this product I'm afraid. It's incredibly beautiful but, to me, completely ineffective. Sorry, Guerlain. This is my second disappointment from you in as many weeks!
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by Folavrila from Material lust gratified My expectations of this product were perhaps too high. I've been dreaming of one of these beauties since I saw one in the possession of a very glamourous boss of mine many, many years ago. Many. Years. Ago. Anyway, she kept it on her glass desk, ready for touch ups before appointments at the the St.,Regis, Tiffany, and suchlike. The mottled palette dazzled me. An object of lust over so much time and space must be acquired. Now I'm a jaded old thing and even still it feels too good for me. The heft and shine of the case makes me feel like a very elegant creature indeed. I adore the violet scent. On proper foundation, it does blur and illuminate. On a good day, it makes me feel like an ethereal princess. On other days, I feel underdressed and have to use something else. My problem, not Guerlain's. Open it, and have a lapse of reason exactly as long as it takes you to powder your nose. Snap it shut, and reality smacks you right in the mush. Toddler crying. Dishes waiting in sink. Spouse spent the grocery money on car repairs. You spent it on makeup. But it's gonna be ok. You look good, baby. That it comes without a puff or something is a bit silly. Just proves that this is planet earth and all is indeed perfect in its imperfection. However, if you're acquiring this little luxury there seems to be an assumption that you can spring for the pouffy pink filigreed brush, or snip a circlet from an old fur stole.
Date published: 2016-01-20