E.l.f. has a fun new limited edition product out for the Fall, the Mineral Pearls. These Mineral Pearls are supposedly an e.l.f. dupe of the very popular Guerlain Meteorites, which retail for around $60 for 0.88 oz. I have no experience with the original, but for $8 the .53 oz jar of e.l.f. Mineral Pearls may be worth checking out if you are a fan. E.l.f. Mineral Pearls come in two shades, Skin Brightening and Natural. Skin Brightening is a mix of pastel shades that you see here, similar to e.l.f.’s Tone Correcting Powder (formerly Complexion Perfection). Blue neutralizes orange, the green neutralizes red, the pink neutralizes grey and the yellow brightens and also neutralizes red. Natural, pictured below, is a mix of mostly skin toned shades.
The e.l.f. Mineral Pearls are limited edition, and I am not sure how long they will be available. I also don’t know if they will be released in stores, so your best bet of snagging them is on the website. Go to eyelipsface.com for more information and to purchase the e.l.f. Mineral Pearls. Are you interested in this type of product? I have not used Guerlain Meteorites. I personally am not a fan of powder pearls like this. I also think that $8 is a little steep for e.l.f., though I admit that this is somewhat innovative for the drugstore price point. I know Physicians Formula has put out powder pearls like this, but I can’t think of another drugstore brand that has. What are your thoughts? For me, I am going to pass on the little balls. 😉