Guerlain Terra Ora Collection for Summer 2013

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain’s 2013 Terra Ora collection is an invitation to summer. Utilizing white and gold tones, which are showcased through stunning product composition and imagery, the Terra Ora assortment provides an unexpected and gorgeous contrast by playing with light and shadow, maximizing radiance and enhancing the inherent beauty of sun-kissed skin.

Terra Ora ($72.00) (Limited Edition)

Guerlain’s newest signature compact. Terra Ora is composed of a pearly white gold and matte beige which highlight and sculpt the face and décolleté. Terra Ora fits all skin tones, and comes encased in a beautiful wooden mirror case with magnetic closure.

Météorites Perles Les Ors Primer ($71.00) (Limited Edition)

This sheer, luxurious base uses a combination of three different gold pearls to reveal a brighter complexion. White pearls illuminate the skin, while pink and yellow pearls add a rosy glow and a subtle shimmer. The lightweight gel texture makes this primer perfect for setting makeup in warmer weather, or on its own to enhance the skins’ natural radiance.

Khôl Me Kajal ($37.00) (Permanent)

Guerlain’s newest eyeliner is ultra-pigmented to leave a deep, long-lasting impression. The precision tip and ingenious pen shaped design allow for easy manipulation, enabling it to be used as liner or eye shadow.

Loose Powder Eye Shadow ($35.00) (Limited Edition)

The secret for beautiful eyes this summer, Guerlain’s loose iridescent eye shadows give an immediate metallic result with only one light application. Available in two easy-to-wear shades:

  • Cuivre Ora Warm and sensual copper
  • Bronze Ora Timeless bronzed brown

Terra Nerolia ($69.00) (Limited Edition)

This exquisite oversized face and body bronzer showcases a dazzling sun icon comprised of shimmering peach, bronze and gold shades. When marrying the three shades together with each brushstroke, the gold infuses throughout, resulting in a subtle satiny sheen. In line with the Terracotta collection, Terra Nerolia is scented with the alluring tiare flower.

Shine Automatique ($35.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Corail Ora Luminous warm coral shade with gold tone iridescence, offering color that is wearable and on trend.
  • Bianca Ora Semi-transparent white gold that can be worn alone or as a top coat to create a shiny wet effect.

Lingerie de Peau BB Cream, SPF 30 ($51.00) (Permanent)

Guerlain’s first Beauty Booster, Lingerie de Peau BB Cream offers skin protection, hydration, color correction and even tones through a fresh, lightweight texture. Its benefits are proven with staggering results: over 97% experienced fresh and beautiful skin all day long.

Terra Ora Kabuki Brush ($55.00) (Limited Edition)

A brush exclusively designed for Guerlain bronzing powders. Dense and qualitative natural hairs pick up a generous amount of product and smoothes it evenly onto the skin, resulting in flawless, streak-free color.

Availability: Guerlain’s Terra Ora collection will be available beginning May 2013 at select locations of Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus, Sephora and Bergdorf Goodman; the Terra Nerolia bronzer will be available beginning June 2013.

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Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
Guerlain Terra Ora Collection

Guerlain Terra Ora Collection
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I’m looking forward to the Guerlain BB cream. However at $51, ouch! I recently bought the Shiseido BB cream for $33 and it is a great product. Will Guerlain’s be THAT much better? Ingredients look similar to those of Clarins which is also much less expensive and gives beautiful coverage.

wow !
I love everything sunkissed, peachy and bronzed so this is right up my alley,
the compact and Nerolia bronzers look like a must have, can’t wait until they’re released!

Everything looks so beautiful! However, with everything being so expensive I would probably just hoard it and never use it. Kind of defeats the purpose of makeup, huh?

i’m pretty disappointed in MAC’s temperature rising (summer collection)….i think this summer i will splurge on this guerlain collection instead!

I am really digging Bianca Ora. I love that shade in glosses, but I prefer the wear of lipstick. It could be a match made in heaven. 🙂

Terra Nerolia is stunning, but I can tell it’s going to be too warm or yellow-toned for me. For my wallet’s sake, that’s probably a good thing. 😛

If nothing else I *have* to get Corail Ora, I’ve been getting the LE Shine Automatiques for the last few releases. The other SA looks good, too, so I may get them both. Not sure about the rest, honestly. I’m not usually a fan of tanned looks…

Those two loose eyeshadows look so pretty 😀 , and I´m seriously interested in Bianca Ora Rouge automatique it has the potential to be amazing I really hope it is.

yeah, this is definitely the summer collection i’ve been waiting for, and i’m pretty much going to need everything pictured. looks like this is the year i finally graduate to guerlain. doesn’t hurt that it’ll all look lovely on the dressing table.

Fiiiinally, Guerlain’s using a new face! 😀

(No, but seriously, it’s such a relief to finally see them using something other than that lipgloss/mascara shot, with the product photoshopped in. This promo is gorgeous, especially by comparison! :P)

Guerlain’s products have a funky smell that doesn’t agree with me, so I am protected from the price, but I would really like to find a powder that performs like Temptalia’s beloved meteorites, without the fragrance. I saw La Mer’s shimmery translucent powder at the department store. The price is $65, but the container is gigantic, so it is no more than a MAC powder, only times three, four or five!! That tub could last years! Has anyone tried La Mer’s powders?

Disappointment alert! I saw the collection at sephora AND the products are TOTALLY PHOTOSHOPPED!!!!
No 3D at all !!! The al lover is far to be as beautiful AND intricated as it was Sun in the city Last year
The bronzer deco is only overspray though

I can’t wait to hear the full collection reviews! I was at Bergdorf today, and the collection had literally just come in – my fave MA did an amazing sultry, smokey look with the taupe-ish eyeshadow and the BB cream. I had to take pictures so I could replicate it myself. Those two I had to buy right away – they’re absolutely amazing!

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