The Météorites Perles de Blush Angelic radiance comes in a small round cardboard box that is almost have the size of the regular meteorites pearls. Yet this product is much larger/heavier than the regular blushes.
It contains three types of pearls that differ not only in color but also in size. Guerlain described this new product as “a harmony of 3 pearls: a fuchsia that revives the natural colour of the cheeks, an iridescent champagne that illuminates the curve of the cheekbones and a rose petal pink that gently refreshes the complexion.” However nice that might sound, we have to remember that eventually we get the mixture of those colors and not the possibility of sculpturing.
Having a fair complexion with a rosy undertone, I found this particular blush very natural on me but still with a great color payoff. I rarely use it with a brush as I find applying the blush right from the oroginal sponge with the subsequent blending a better alternative. I reckon that women with darker complexion than mine might find the pigmentation somewhat poor. They might need to layer/build up the necessary shade. The blush is very blendable and remains intact for almost 5 hours, after which it starts fading. For those with asthma: the violet scent is pretty heavy!
Despite the obvious drawbacks, I still love this blush for its natural touch and a soft shimmer. Even the scent of violets does not bother me as it fades out within minutes after application. In the following look, I applied the Météorites Perles de Blush Angelic radiance on my cheekbones, the tip of the nose and the chin.