In keeping with the brand’s ethos, the new product will support two conservation efforts of particular importance to the founder, Sylvie Chantecaille
To celebrate 20 years in the beauty industry, colour cosmetics brand Chantecaille has launched a new eye palette (£76) comprising of four colours.
The palette has been designed to complement different skin tones and includes: Selenkey, a burnt gold; Kamok, an almond highlighter; Gawa, a muted pink; and Nanu, a soft taupe.
Together the colours are said to create an ombre effect of warm and cool tones.
Olivia Chantecaille, Creative Director, said: “We’re so excited to see the trends of spring ’18 embracing the ethos that has powered us for the past 20 years and that women are finally embracing the innovation to let their skin shine through and accept their natural beauty - that they’re using make-up to accentuate their individuality and not hide it.”
The palette will support two conservation efforts particularly close to founder, Sylvie’s heart.
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust was established in memory of David Leslie William Sheldrick who founded Warden of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya and serves to protect elephants in the area.
Meanwhile, the Lions Guardians is a conservation organisation which aims to find long-term solutions for people and lions to co-exist; currently their projects are running in nearly 1 million acres across Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya and Zimbabwe.