This Guerlain set includes all the must-have to slip into your purse: the Terracotta bronzing powder and its kabuki brush as well as the La Petite Robe Noire deliciously shiny lip color 022 Red Bow Tie.

- The Guerlain Terracotta bronzing powder is the authority in bronzing powders. It naturally reproduces varying shades of the sun, offering women an instant natural glow, at any time of the year, in one quick, easy motion. Its formula, enriched with moisturizing active ingredients, does not dry out the skin. It ensures a long-lasting comfort. To be used in all over or to contour and sculpt your tan. Mistake proof.

-The La Petite Robe Noire lipstick is the essential and irresistible lipstick with a delicious shiny texture to dress up your style with color. Enriched in Eosin, the shade adapts to the pH of the skin to reveal the natural colour of the lips. Its incredibly sensory lightweight texture  leaves the lips supple and comfortable. Its thin film offers an ultra-shiny finish thanks to a cocktail of fine oils. 


The fragrance of the Terracotta powder takes you on a getaway. The ylang-ylang and orange blossom notes create the sensation of a cocoon. They are blended into tonka bean and vanilla notes with sunny facets that embody the essence of Terracotta. A note of white musk add a velvet touch to this addictive fragrance.
The senses are awakened, transported to a faraway land.


The formula of La Petite Robe Noire lipstick improves global quality of lips over time: the more you use it, the more your bare lips become smooth, radiant and hydrated.*


A unique association of pigments for a luminous sunny glow.
A special selection of "POP" pigments coated with regalite - a resin known for its shine-boosting properties for a pure and vibrant colour from the first layer.

Directions for use

To give a natural sun-kissed look to the entire face, try the Guerlain secret: trace a "3" on the skin.

Apply the bronzing powder with a brush to the raised areas of the face by drawing a figure “3” on each side, from the forehead to the cheekbones, then from the cheekbones to the chin, finishing with a stroke down the neck.