Guerlain Champs Elysees is a neutral-toned, light pink with a satin finish. It is a limited edition powder that retails for $65.00 and contains 0.88 oz.
Guerlain Champs Elysees Meteorites PerlesGuerlain Champs Elysees Meteorites Perles ($58.00 for 1.05 oz.) is supposed to "capture light to create a more luminous and even skin tone." It does this through a combination of "beige, purple white, gold, and two pinks." It's a soft, pale pink with a dusting of white sparkle and a satin-matte finish. MAC Rosy Outlook and Chanel Star Dust are pale pink blushes but both are less highlighters than they are blushes. Guerlain Perles du Dragon is more luminous. Guerlain Perles de Nuit is also more luminous. In the tin, it did seem somewhat similar to Perles du Paradis, but I had almost no visible payoff, so it's hard to say if they really are similar. See comparison swatches.
Each shade of Météorites Pearls begins with the same legendary combination of 3 colors which adapt to every skin tone and collectively work to beautify skin: mauve catches the light, pink refreshes and yellow counters dullness and corrects redness. These delicate and perfectly round pearls continue to be shaped by hand, with craftsmanship mastered by only 4 people in the world. Softer than ever, the new pearls allow for an even easier application and a more visible effect with every brushstroke. These precious pearls are contained in a beautiful metal tin, now marked with a new emblem of a reinterpreted rosette created with a light gradation of pink.