Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Imagine a quiet winter evening. Snow lending its brightness to the steel grey sky from which it falls. Snowflakes glistening as they float through the air and fall on the still ground beneath. These are the inspirations behind Guerlain’s much anticipated, limited edition Winter Fairy Tale Holiday 2015 Collection. The festive assortment captivates, dazzles and entices with its a stunning array of makeup and powders. Encased in whimsical, elegant packaging, this entire collection takes skin from dull and dry to radiant and glowing regardless of the cool winter weather.

Meteorites Perles des Neiges ($80.00) (Limited Edition)

For the first time, Météorites pearls transform into perfectly-sculpted white snowflakes to reflect the facets of a prism of light. When married together, the Météorites snowflakes and colored pearls give way to a wintry, wonderland finish of frosted light, radiance and iridescence on the face, neck and décolleté. The gorgeous packaging is hard to resist with its delicate white lacquering and subtle gold pattern.

Meteorites Voyage Enchante ($179.00) (Limited Edition)

This impossible-to-resist powder compact is sure to be a collector’s item. The lightweight, angelic white formulation softens the appearance of fine lines and imperfections leaving a more natural, radiant complexion. Sure to be the season’s must-have beauty essential, the Météorites Voyage Enchanté comes in a universal shade for all skin types and can be applied over foundation or worn alone.

Eye & Blush Palette ($90.00) (Limited Edition)

This exceptional gold palette has a little secret — two layers of stunning, must-have colors. The top compartment reveals an array of five iridescent eyeshadows to illuminate and sculpt, while the lower portion houses 2 matte blushes in rosewood and coral shades, and 2 pearlescent blushes in pink and iridescent red.

Rouge G Collector ($55.00) (Limited Edition)

As precious as a jewel, this Rouge G mirrored collector’s lipstick is decorated for the holidays and adorned in silver and white. A design composed of multiple snowflakes on the outside reveals an intense and sophisticated shade on the inside. The unparalleled creamy texture smoothes, moisturizes and plumps the lips.

  • 867 Merveilleux Rose

Maxi Shine Gloss d’Enfer & Maxi Velvet ($30.00) (Limited Edition)

This duo is destined for lifelong camaraderie. Introducing two new collectors’ shades for achieving sophisticated, sexy lips. Perfect when worn solo or partnered for greater impact. 2 limited-edition shades:

  • 902 Reflets Étoilés Glittering, glossy, transparent
  • M72 Fleur de Givre Sensual berry matte

La Laque Couleur ($26.00) (Limited Edition)

Festive all the way down to the fingertips, this nail lacquer offers perfectly even, long-lasting color and shine.

  • 903 Nuit Merveilleuse Electrifying and magnetic purple

AVAILABILITY | October 2015 at retailers like NordstromNeiman MarcusSephoraSaks

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Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015

Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015
Guerlain Winter Fairy Tale Collection for Holiday 2015


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Andrew Avatar

This is simply stunning! I’ve yet to indulge on Guerlain Meteorites, but these look beautiful. As long as they aren’t too glittery or shimmery, which I’m afraid they may be considering it’s a winter correction, I’m almost positive I’ll indulge now.

Susan Dowman Nevling Avatar

Andrew, I have the traditional meteorites. Pathos the give a glow, I don’t feel that they are sparkly. I can apply them very lightly as a finishing powder on forehead, upper cheeks, nose and chin. They are gorgeous. The powder below may be less luminous if these are too much. Remember, Sephora will take anything back in thirty days for any reason.

Gillian Avatar

A new Rouge G! *swoons* I hope that it’s different enough to the ones I have to warrant purchasing. I’m trying to be very careful with my money so I can probably only buy one or two holiday items. I can’t wait to see this swatched! Until then this will go on my ‘maybe’ list. πŸ™‚

Heather Avatar

I have never before been so desperate for a product review. πŸ™‚ I must know how those beautiful, beautiful LE Meteorites perform. Worried they’ll be sparkly, though–“frosted” and “iridescent” sounds like a bit much for daily use. Fingers crossed!

Jess Avatar

I think this is going to be the standout holiday collection for me. It’s just so freaking pretty! I’ve got my eye on those meteorites, the rouge g and the nail polish.

Mariella Avatar

Oh my, oh my….that Snowflakes is just too magical and gorgeous not to get! There’s an SDM near me that carries Guerlain but a very limited selection of the whole line. The beauty is that I can get stuff there “free” (well, using loyalty points) and as I’ve got several hundred dollars of points, this would be perfect but I’m virtually certain they won’t be getting it (though they did get Cruel Gardenia, so I can hope, I guess!) The blush and eye palette is beautiful too!

Nicole Avatar

Oh No! My poor wallet! I’m going to have to somehow get the meteorites and the Rouge G. The palette is certainly something I will be keeping an eye one as well. But, I am so overwhelmed already with the Holiday stuff. So, it will get scrutinized. Hope you get to review it. I wish I could say that $179 compact would be mine. But, no can do.

Katherine T. Avatar

Gorgeous collection, but my wallet should be safe. Would love to try the Meteorites stars & snowflakes, but they probably have fragrance and alcohol. Not spending $180 on anything, including a face powder. The Rouge G is also beautiful, but if it’s a coral rose, I’m skipping because that color doesn’t look good on me. Wish that purple nail polish was a lipgloss instead (sigh)

Celia Avatar

I’m so glad they’re finally doing another Rouge G <3 I wish it was a berry but I'm super excited for this one (hopefully it's not too close to Georgia or Gemma but still getting it no matter what). And of course I'm always a sucker for the holiday meteorites so can't wait for Meteorites Perles des Neiges. So, so lovely. It's nice to have a more champagne and snowflake-inspired collection versus their more traditional red and gold for holidays. I've been waiting for this one and avoiding other holiday collections since the packaging is just so pretty.

Celia Avatar

Yeah I saw that but it seems still up in the air. It would definitely be pretty tricksy to put a new number on an old color. Definitely picking up the collection in-person since the Meteorites always feel safer in my hands anyway so will be checking it out against Georgia to make sure.

Dani Avatar

Can’t wait! I am still in love with the winter collection from last year, opera nights I think it’s called? I just know I couldn’t resist the eyeshadow and blush palette, even though it looks quite similar to the petrushka palette from last year. Waiting for the reviews!!!

Erica Avatar

The meteorites will be mine, period. I am still enjoying my 2014 holiday meteorites. Now about that compact….is it refillable? At $180 it should erase at least 180 weeks of aging off the purchaser’s skin….

Helene Avatar

Is Meteorites Voyage Enchante really $179.00? I felt a bit of need when I read the description, but when I saw the price I got hicups!
I do love the nailpolish and I think the lipstick might be really beautiful.
I hope Christine will get all of these (as press samples) to review them. I wouldn’t want to spend so much on anything this costly without having read about it here first.

Cat Avatar

I was really hoping Guerlain would completely blow my mind with this year’s holiday collection. Sadly, this isn’t doing it for me. =( Those eyeshadows look really similar to the ones in last year’s palette, which I haven’t even made a dent in. And the Reflets Γ‰toilΓ©s gloss seems quite similar to the Gloss d’Enfer in Star Dust 900, which is stunning over a dark lipstick.

Soren Avatar

absolutely stunning product design but can anyone actually justify $180 for a pressed powder? I almost choked as I scrolled down the page! is the compact made of solid sterling silver or something? if you smash the powder cake, does a secretive and high class service callout come to you to re-press it? I’m sure it is a lovely product but how many people can actually afford that, really.

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