If you have been reading my blog you know I'm a sucker for natural colors. But one thing you didn't know about me is that I love the Ocean and I especially love snorkeling the coral reefs of Playa Maroma in Mexico. To me the idea of a perfect getaway always involves the ocean especially the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. So when I saw this palette from Chantecaille called The Coral Reef Palette, I just had to have it. Not only does the palette look gorgeous but Chantecaille is donating five percent of the proceeds toward the Marine Conservation Institute to help protect the world's oceans. If you want to learn more about the conservation click here.
Here is what Chantecaille's website say's about the product:
Chantecaille proudly joins the Marine Conservation Institutein 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 the alert system.
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.
Visit www.chantecaille.com/corals to learn what can you do to help.
The Base/Highlight color name is Pink Pearl it is a pale nude beige. The Eye Color is called Reef and is a "delicate" golden tan. The Eyeliner is Driftwood and is a deep bronzed brown. The Cheek Shade is called coral and it is a soft peachy pink shade. I used the following application chart from Chantecaille and added my own twist to it. Scroll down to see more pictures and a complete review.