I gotta say, its not often I get excited about Sephora makeup. Some of it is good and some of it is bad and most important most of the time I’m not really on board with it. Shrug. Just fails to excite me.
However, the new EDUN for Sephora Palettes excite.
These are a nature-based beauty palette that are allergen and talcum-free mineral powders. EDUN was created by U2 lead singer, my husband (what? I can dream), lead singer Bono and his sometimes wife, when I’m not busy being his wife, Ali Hewson with the help of designer Rogan Gregory.
The set includes 6 shadows, and one blush housed in a natural wood case and is available in two shade selections.
EDUN for Sephora Palette Contrast is made up of greens, oranges, and other vibrant shades while EDUN for Sephora Harmony is made up of earthy shades of bronze, gold, and brown.
Each palette is $36 with proceeds supporting The Wildlife Conservation Society, specifically for the Conservation Cotton Initiative, which trades with African farmers and helps them develop organic cotton for an enhanced living, supports the community where the cotton is grown, and protects local biodiversity.
I think they look kinda nifty or am I alone here? Harmony looks like a rather stunning palette. They are definitely reminisce of the palette that Smashbox had last year for Earth Day, the name of which escapes me at the moment.
What do you think?
Available from Sephora.