Guerlain is a French perfume, cosmetics and skincare house. It was founded in 1828, when Pierre-François Pascal Guerlain opened his perfume store at 42, rue de Rivoli in Paris.* The first flagship store opened in 1840. The business was handed down generation to generation, until it was purchased by LVMH in 1994. The products are available online and at retail makeup and department stores worldwide. *Source: Wikipedia

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Highlighters -Guerlain -Les Meteorites balls powder

on 4/25/2018 3:23:00 PM


This is specifially for the Guerlain Meteorites Perles De Legende for Holiday 2016 edition, as I normally would have rated the standard version of the meteorites balls very highly. The holiday 2016 version is great for its mix of bluish-green, pink and gold balls. I think the colour mix is great. I don’t mind that it is slightly more sparkly than the standard version, cause it is still quite subtle (compared to the Hourglass Ambient powders, for example). My issue with the holiday 2016 edition is the inclusion of small balls. Because the balls are small and light, they get picked up by applicator brushes (the same happens with different brushes/ brush densities). It’s so annoying. It does this too sometimes with the bigger balls, but not as often. I just thought it worth mentioning, and hopefully someone from Guerlain pays attention. I know it looks cute on the tin can, but you have to develop products that are practical to use too.

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Fragrances -Guerlain -Samsara


My first scent memory is of Samsara. My grandfather had a girlfriend named Jean when I was very young. She was the most glamorous woman I'd ever seen, with fiery red hair and hazel green eyes. She used this perfume exclusively and I can remember the red urn shaped bottle displayed on her dressing table. I loved it so much my mother bought me a bottle for my 5th birthday. I have been a devoted user of this scent ever since. I have the recent EDP and a '92 vintage extrait that I treasure and hoard. It's true that the modern iteration is not as beautiful as it's older counterpart. The ylang-ylang is louder and the sandalwood is not nearly as potent as the vintage. Yet I feel that the essence or soul of the perfume is preserved in the newer versions. I still go right back to that house in Joshua Tree Cali with the glamorous woman whenever I inhale it. This scent is for a bold woman, no shrinking violets or wallflowers allowed. I wear this scent all year long, but it wears best in winter where it really shines. I don't buy the EDT because the ylang-ylang and iris are overpowering and the sandalwood and jasmine are barely detectable to my nose. I truly hope Guerlain never discontinues making this gorgeous perfume cause I plan to be buried wearing this scent.

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Treatments (Eye) -Guerlain -Orchidee Imperiale Exceptional Complete Eye and Lip Cream

on 4/24/2018 11:44:00 AM


I am a skin care junky, and I often think there are reasonably priced products, even drugstore buys, that equal the expensive choices. But in the case of this cream, all I can say is WOW. When I get up in the morning, no matter what skincare choice I make at night, I have some fine lines around my lips - they are always worse in the morning because of sleeping on my side, I bet. But when I use lines! How can this BE? I am shocked and super impressed. I'm not impressed with the price (ouch), but what an effective product!

Lip Treatments -Guerlain -Guerlain Lip Lift


Been using this for years. If used correctly it does enhance the milk line that dissapears after age 40 or so.
Use lipliner then apply slightly over the natural contour and the effect is definitely plumping. It also makes slippy lipsticks hold better. I love it.

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Fragrances -Guerlain -Shalimar


Tonka Bean
Sprayed this on...Powdery,Vanilla,Flowers...

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