Guerlain ‘Meteorites Voyage’ Pressed Powder

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I had been given the Guerlain ‘Meteorites Voyage’ Pressed Powder as a gift from one of my managers, and instantly fell in love with it. I love everything about Guerlain. It all just seems so luxurious to me. And this compact is no exception. It has that beautiful classic design on the top and is made of heavy metal. The powder inside is refillable so you don’t always have to keep investing in the whole product. It’s translucent, and I like to put it on just a bare face on lazy days. It helps just make my skin look perfect and natural. The secret is in the color spheres: Mauve attracts light, green tones down redness, pink imparts a healthy glow, gold and pearl create highlights, and white brightens. She also gave me this beautiful matching retractable brush, where the bristles are dyed to match the meteorites, but I don’t think they sell it anymore. You can get it at Nordstroms for $160, and that’s with the compact and the powder. The Guerlain Meteorites Compact Refills

icon are $55.

4 thoughts on “Guerlain ‘Meteorites Voyage’ Pressed Powder

  1. Oh I love the compact design. How beautiful! What a wonderful gift to receive. I might need to get me one of these!

  2. Beauty Snob Christy on said:

    You should! Everything from Guerlain is worth the investment. The initial price may be more then other lines, but they last forever!

  3. What a great idea, I wonder how natural the powder is?

  4. Beauty Snob Christy on said:

    Oh, it’s very subtle and fine, almost like a translucent powder. It doesn’t cake up like a pressed foundation powder does. Everything I’ve tried from Guerlain so far is like near perfection. I don’t think you can be disappointed when it comes to Guerlain.

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