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HAUTE COUTURE FOR THE EYES

HAUTE COUTURE FOR THE EYES

All the shades of the Écrin 6 Couleurs have a secret: a precious stone known by the mysterious name of Moonstone

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September 6, 2010 10:16 by



For the first time at Guerlain, the Écrin 6 Couleurs offers a range of three different textures, in each of its harmonie.

Iridescent formula: miniscule particles of mother-of-pearl play with the light for intense, coloured radiance and a subtly metallic finish.

Matt formula: skin-effect matt finish and softness that elegantly contrast with the iridescence of mother-of-pearl.

Satiny formula: its velvety, glide-on finish leaves the eyelids soft and delicate. Each shade has its own specific formula, designed and determined by its colour and role in the harmony. These three formulas complement each other exactly as you wish for a result that is always sublime.

THE STAR INGREDIENT: MOONSTONE
All the shades of the Écrin 6 Couleurs have a secret: a precious stone known by the mysterious name of Moonstone. Its silvery or blue reflections, ensured by its lamellar structure, recall the clarity of the moon. Its special feature: the adularescence phenomenon, which occurs when the stone moves.



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