October 20, 2020

Guerlain Meteorites Highlighting Powder Pearls for Holiday 2020

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Guerlain Meteorites Highlighting Powder Pearls ($57) for Holiday 2020 has arrived today at sephora.com. What is it about Meteorites that we feel the need to collect all the LE versions that Guerlain throws our way? I have tons of them in my collection and I’m always on the look out for more. This year’s version comes in a gorgeous golden box featuring six different shades of white, champagne, pink, mauve, and green pearls that act to capture the light and bring it to your complexion!

Now comes the hard part….! Do I order them or do I shop my own stash to remind myself how many of these I already own?

Also part of the collection is the new Guerlain Terracotta Sunkissed Natural Finish Bronzing Powder which is a soft, silky bronzer with a radiant finish! Don’t overlook this if you never tried it. Guerlain’s bronzer is surprisingly wearable and adds a really nice, natural glow to skin especially when paired with blush! It sort of gives you that sunkissed flush you get from sitting in the sun for a bit.

There is a lipstick and an eyeshadow palette that are launching with Guerlain Holiday 2020 as well but I haven’t seen those pop up here in the US as of yet.

Is the Guerlain Holiday 2020 Collection on your list?

Get your Guerlain Meteorites Highlighting Powder Pearls now at Sephora.

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  • Michelle

    Those look lovely and I look forward to lipsticks too. My only gripe with these 2 products is the packaging.. those lift-off caps are murder on my arthritic hands, so hard to open!

  • Christina

    Well, that’s my dilemma. I have a lot already, some even similar looking to this, that I don’t use often, but I like the way these look and am afraid of missing out on a pretty combo. LOL! If I get it, I might regret it, if I don’t get it, I also might regret it…

  • Swoozy

    The canisters are really pretty and nice to reuse, but I found the powder in them doesn’t do enough for me to buy more, whereas I love the Guerlain pressed powder.

  • kjh

    I think these appeal to almost every m/u lover. They also have a bit of a learning curve in appreciation. you sort of have to develop a more discerning eye, as the effect is subtle, and the USA is more used to kaboom! At first I did not quite ‘get’ the product. They keep forever. Original, 1987, iirc, and still going strong. I want it every holiday, and pull in the reindeer’s reins.