Chantecaille The Wild Horses Palette, a limited edition inspired by the magnificent beauty and free spirit of Wild Horses Chantecaille has created The Wild Horse Palette benefiting the Humane Society of the United States. A striking yet natural palette that effortlessly complements the fall 2013 runway trends. Containing: Black Stallion – midnight black shade Palomino – soft, creamy beige shade Mustang – warm chesnut brown shade Freedom – flattering sunset pink shade
CHANTECAILLE makeup is renowned for its natural look, particularly the translucent foundations that have revolutionized the way women use coverage. The color collection, also imbued with skin-friendly natural ingredients and botanical antioxidants, always complements current fashion, interpreting each season’s important hues, textures and finishes.
CHANTECAILLE focuses its attention on inflammation, which is scientifically recognized as the main cause of aging. The healing properties of its plant-based formulas reduce the aging effects of inflammation on the different layers of the skin, often penetrating below the surface with innovative nano-technology.
CHANTECAILLE has always sought to raise awareness for important environmental concerns. It’s an integral part of the brand and a way to give back to the bountiful nature that serves as its muse. Chantecaille’s intimate relationship with women has been instrumental in establishing a platform for sharing these ideas and for providing opportunities for greater involvement in global issues. In 2005, special Butterfly eye shadows – the colorful Les Papillons collection – were created to help fund the protection of the Monarch butterfly’s winter habitats, and this series continued through 2006. For 2007, a major campaign was launched to bring awareness to the destruction of coral reefs worldwide with the creation of a luxury coral compact. Subsequent “Cause-metics” Collections have been launched as Chantecaille’s continued passion and commitment to the oceans and to endangered species grows stronger and stronger. This sense of balance and reciprocity also helps define the Chantecaille aesthetic, which expresses a deep respect for the extraordinary beauty and richness of nature.