As seen in Town and Country magazine (July 2010 issue, p43), Teen Vogue magazine (June/July 2010 issue, p84) Elle magazine (May 2010 issue, p212), and O Magazine (April 2010 issue, p176).
Chantecaille's Spring Color Palette, Les Dauphins, spotlights the natural beauty and protection of one of the world's most magical creaturesDolphins.
In our continuing pursuit of building awareness and support for some of the world's most vital environmental causes, Chantecaille is proud to shine a light on a fast-growing global issue: The increasing eradication of the world's dolphins.
Les Dauphins's Quad Palette reflects soft, simple warm grays, delicate beiges, and iridescent neutrals, a strong runway trend from the spring 2010 collections. The colors are encased in an elegant gunmetal quad palette (along with a smoky-rose satin pouch), and each pan is embossed with two dolphins, containing two shades to be blended together. The three eyes in of-the-moment grays, beige, and soft pinksbrighten and define the eye area with subtle pearl. The perfect pink cheek color offers a universally flattering flush of rosy warmth.
With more than two decades as a senior beauty executive, Sylvie Chantecaille joined forces with daughter Olivia in 1997 to form Chantecaille Beauté. Today, the luxury cosmetics line is recognized worldwide for its technologically advanced skincare and beauty products featuring high concentrations of pure, natural botanicals that nourish and revitalize the skin. Husband Olivier and daughter Alex are now also vital parts of the company.