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Review: Guerlain Meteorite Perles Light-Diffusing Primer Les Ors

So I gave into the hype...

The Guerlain Meteorite Perles Light-Diffusing Primer Les Ors hype that is. You know how it goes, people start buzzing about a product and the moment you find out that it's "limited edition" it's as if nothing in this world matters until you have it. Alright, maybe a bit over dramatic...but you get my drift. 

After using this product for over a month I am here to tell you that your world can go on spinning without this one. It's not that I don't  like this product...I'm just not in absolute love with it. 

The fact that I have oily/combination skin I'm always on the hunt for a great primer. The packaging is absolutely flawless. The bottle has a heavy glass feel with a very convenient pump. As you can see from the photos the primer is slightly tinted, but to be honest I can't really tell once I have it on. The one thing that is very noticable is the shimmer/sparkle in this. It's visible when you pump it out and first put it on but once you have your base/foundation on I don't find that it really shows through, which would have been a deal breaker for me. This primer is supposed to give you a "lit from within look"...I didn't exactly notice that, maybe it gives me a slight glow. If you're an oily skinned gal this didn't control my oil but then it's not meant to, so I can't fault it there. Also, if you're sensitive to fragrance this has the classic Guerlain floral-y scent, which I absolutely love. So all in all, it's not a terrible primer by any means it was just average for me. 

I purchased mine at I don't see it online anymore but it might still be available in stores. This bad boy was $78 for 30ml/ 1fl oz....*takes deep breath and mentally recovers*. 

So tell me...what are your thoughts on this primer? Worth the splurge? As for me the hunt continues.

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