Introducing the Luminescent Eye Shade, the new Chantecaille Fall 2019 eye shadows with a friendly heart from flora, fauna and even skin!
CHANTECAILLE LUMINESCENT EYE SHADE AUTUMN 2019
How would you feel knowing that the make-up you were showing off is actually helping the most endangered animal species? Definitely better! Among African animals currently in danger, six have become protagonists of the Chantecaille eyeshadow collection Autumn 2019 Luminescent Eye Shade Africa’s Vanishing Species.
The French brand of cosmetics and skincare of high range founded by Sylvie Chantecaille, always at the forefront in the defense of ecosystems and nature once again engages directly with its new eye shadows, the colors of which echo the mantles of these beautiful animals, including elephants, rhinos and cheetahs.
The texture of the new Chantecaille Autumn 2019 eye shadows promises maximum comfort thanks to the gel-to-powder consistency, designed to offer high smoothness and full color. The finish is intensely bright and pearlescent reflections, perfect for day and night tricks. 100% cruelty-free and vegan, the new Chantecaille Luminescent Eye Shade eye shadows are free from parabens, phthalates, and perfume. How about watching them all up close?
COLORS EYESHADOW CHANTECAILLE AUTUMN 2019
The sumptuous coats of African felines, but also the skins of large and majestic animals such as rhinos and elephants have inspired, with their unrepeatable colors, the shades of Chantecaille Autumn 2019 eye shadows. The French cosmetic company has not only celebrated the extraordinary beauty of these animals: the sale of every eye shadow supports a specific project to protect the fauna.
These are the six beautiful color references of Luminescent Eye Shade Chantecaille eyeshadows:
Lion, gold with tawny reflections, regal as the king’s mane;
Elephant, gray with very light pink reflections, like the skin of these wise mammals hunted for their prized tusks;
Giraffes, warm brown like the spots on the mantle of the highest animal in the world;
Cheetah, light gold, inspired by the fastest feline fur there is;
Rhinoceros, gray with a brown and olive undertone, dedicated to the mammal constantly threatened by its horn;
Pangolin, nude pink with light brown undertones, inspired by the scales that cover the shy animal, the object of the largest illegal traffic in the world.
What do you think of these animal-friendly eye shadows that support so many good causes? Which shade do you like best?