Beauty 2 years ago

My Spring Beauty Color Palette

One of my absolute favorite parts about my job is that I get to try so many amazing new beauty products with every season. But of all the new things that come across my desk, I always find a couple that really catch my eye and inspire me, which is why I was so excited to be teaming up with Chantecaille! I’m sure you guys have seen me talk about their amazing gold eye masks that I’m quite frankly addicted to, but I’ve recently fallen head over heels for their newest makeup collection, too.

 

Beyond their amazing products, I love how environmentally conscious Chantecaille is!

They’ve partnered up with 20 environmental conservation organizations worldwide to raise awareness and donate funds to help aid giving a voice to animals, plants and natural wonders like coral reefs, forests, and oceans. Their 20-year anniversary eye palette was created with two of their founder Sylvie Chantecaille’s favorite conservation efforts in mind: The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and The Lion Guardians where each of the shades were even named after some of the elephants and lions who benefit from the charities!

These past few months, I’ve really loved wearing deep warm colors for the winter, but with Springtime upon us (in T minus 4 days actually), I’m definitely leaning towards a light and airy approach with my makeup. With more pastels, light taupes, and golds, I want to keep my Spring beauty color palette as fresh as possible! I love how soft and blendable the colors are in this eye palette and with so many different looks to create, I wanted to keep it pretty simple. The beauty of Chantecaille’s collection is that it really embraces enhancing a woman’s natural beauty versus hiding it.  The makeup is made to let your skin shine through.

To pair with the simple eye makeup look I created with the 20-year anniversary eye palette, I knew I wanted a gorgeous flush of color on my cheeks and immediately reached for these gorgeous Chantecaille blushes from their Spring collection. Each of the blushes, which feature a different animal, are all in support of different wildlife charities! How cool is that?

sponsored by Chantecaille

Who else is excited to break out their Spring colors? Let me know in the comments below and have a great weekend!

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Photography by Karla Ticas