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Guerlain Terracotta Flower Blossom Palette Review

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’d really like to put together a montage of all the Guerlain feature Terracotta Bronzers to see how they’ve evolved over the years – they’re never not things of beauty. I showed this on Instagram yesterday and really had to steel myself to actually break into it and run a brush over it.

Guerlain Terracotta Flower Blossom Palette Review

Although I usually prefer cream bronzers, Flower Blossom is perfect for just a light ‘bonne mine’ touch to the skin. It’s completely weightless so you can build it up as you like but a quick ‘3’ formation from the forehead, dipping in to the cheek and sweeping back out again to just touch the jaw-line gives a very subtle warmth to the skin.

Guerlain Terracotta Flower Blossom Palette Review

I’m wearing no base at all here (just a bit of Jimmy Coco palest self tan) so you can see that Flower Blossom is very subtle. I could make it stronger and more present but I like this nuance that adds just a fraction more warmth.

Guerlain Terracotta Flower Blossom Palette Review

There are two Terracotta Luminizers as well – Cool Ivory and Warm Gold. The thing about these are that they are really quite subtle – I’m not really feeling for big ‘glow’ these days but a very light sweep of either of these, depending upon your tone, gives you just the right amount of luminosity. At that rate, they’d take forever to use up so you can try adding a touch to your lip balms – just mix in the palm of your hand and apply for a level up on a clear or coloured balm. You can also, using the flat of your finger, press into the eyelids. Back in the day, it would be suggested for just under the brown bone but that all feels a bit behind us now, do you think?

Guerlain Terracotta Flower Blossom Palette Review

This is something of a self indulgent photo but it’s rare to be able to capture the red Guerlain logo so brightly.

Guerlain Terracotta Flower Blossom Palette Review

Of the three, Flower Blossom is the most useful for obvious reasons – the gold detail is overspray so you won’t get a glitter shower from this so do gaze lovingly before it disappears, which it will in quick time. I’m sending you straight to Escentual because they have the bronzer for £39.10 HERE and everywhere else it’s £46. The Luminizers are the same price HERE.

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