When Guerlain launched its Météorites collection way back in 1987, it revolutionized the practice of applying powder. Run-of-the-mill pressed powders in a range of nude colors were replaced by colorful cardboard boxes filled with luminescent balls in skin-correcting shades, allegedly inspired by Marie Antoinette’s own makeup arsenal. For spring, the brand has reformulated the popular product and relaunched it in a newly designed, marbleized compact. You still get the subtle violet scent from the original and the cornucopia of colors, each with a specific function—pink to supply a healthy glow, green to counterbalance redness, mauve to catch the light, white to brighten, and rose-Champagne to highlight—but the convenient (not to mention gorgeous) handheld version of the pearlescent palette is a bit less messy. It also benefits from the addition of nylon powder, which allows for a matte finish that still manages to boost radiance. Wear on clean skin or over makeup for translucent coverage that imparts targeted goodness to all the right places.