Chantecaille Coral Reefs Makeup Collection – Spring 2012

Limited-edition
Release Date: February 2012
Availability: Chantecaille Online & Neiman Marcus

Company’s Description

For Spring 2012, Chantecaille proudly joins the Marine Conservation Institute in their efforts to protect 10% of the world’s oceans by 2020. The oceans cover 71% of the earth, providing 80% of our oxygen and food for 3.5 billion people; yet less than one half of one percent of our oceans are protected. The health of the ocean is vital and coral reefs are sounding the alarm. Today three quarter’s of the world’s coral reefs are now at risk due to over fishing, pollution, and global warming. Maintaining 10% of the ocean’s ecosystems as “no take marine protected areas” is the best chance for coral’s survival. With the purchase of The Coral Reefs Palette, 5% of proceeds will help the Marine Conservation Institute to create a network of new Marine Protected Areas to protect vibrant coral ecosystems and eliminate bottom trawling – the most destructive fishing technique – on the High Seas.

Every year, Chantecaille releases a limited-edition palette and donates a portion of the proceeds to help sustain the world’s endangered environments. This year, 5% of the proceeds will go to help protect coral ecosystems.

See below to view the beautiful Coral Reefs Palette releasing this month. The palette costs $79.00.


Acyl Eye Cream 728x90 Other


Coral Reefs Palette

  • Pink Pearl (eyeshadow)
  • Reef (eyeshadow)
  • Driftwood (eyeshadow)
  • Coral (blush)


Best of Perricone 300x250 Med rectangle

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3 Responses to Chantecaille Coral Reefs Makeup Collection – Spring 2012

  1. Jennifer says:

    I’ve never heard of Chantecaille before, but the palette is very pretty. But I think 79$ is way too expensive… Sure, they give 5% to a good cause, but honestly, 5% isn’t that much…

    I feel that the ultimate goal isn’t as much as donating, but more of a publicity stunt… They try to convince consumers to buy a product by persuading us that it’s for a good cause. I’d much rather donate a certain amount than to “donate through purchasing”. Just my personal opinion though.

    By the way, I really love how you make me discover all kind of new brands! :P

    • Allura says:

      I kind of agree with you. 5% really isn’t much. Then again, $79 isn’t unusual for a high-end company like Chantecaille (think Dior, Chanel, etc.) and at least *some* of the price is going somewhere for a good cause.

      • sthobbie says:

        Me too, but it is a very nice palette and Chantecaille has really nice makeup… too bad it is way out of my budget.

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