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Celebrating Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year: Living Coral

We’re incorporating Living Coral into our beauty routine to create a ready-for-spring look with the perfect pop of color.

Updated January 11, 2019 by Amanda Dixon

Celebrating Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year: Living Coral

We can’t think of a better way to warm up this winter than with Pantone’s Living Coral. The uplifting, life-affirming hue, named Pantone’s annual Color of the Year for 2019, is infused with tropical vibes. We’re incorporating Living Coral into our beauty routine to create a ready-for-spring look with the perfect pop of color.

Coral Look of the Moment

GET THE LOOK

Adding this color to your beauty routine is easier than you think. The ultimate complexion-complementor, Living Coral is universally flattering and can be worn in a variety of ways. Whether you swipe a splash of color across cheeks with an alluring cream blush or create a mix-and-match coral eye with a warmly colored shadow palette, we promise—you’ll feel energized and effervescent when you embrace the joyful optimism of Living Coral.

Visit The Look of the Moment to see all our tips + tricks for creating the perfect coral-infused beauty regimen.

SPRING TRENDS: CORAL CRUSH

While spring may be a few weeks (or months) away, this lively hue is sure to put you in a sunny state-of-mind. Vibrant + mellow at the same time—Living Coral evokes a sense of comfort and lightheartedness. A coral cheek, lip, or eye (oh my!) is a modern, tropical-inspired take on the bold reds and super-sweet pinks we’ve seen in seasons past. Living Coral’s easy-breezy appeal allows you to create the perfect look for any occasion—from impactful to beautifully toned down.


Coral Crush

You’ll find all our favorite Living Coral inspired beauty picks in our expertly curated Coral Crush Boutique.



DO MORE WITH LIVING CORAL

Living Coral appears prevalently in our natural surroundings, most prominently in the ocean’s life-sustaining coral reefs. These reefs are home to 25% of all marine life on the planet, but many coral reefs are in danger of disappearing in the coming decades. While we can all agree that sunscreen is an essential part of skincare, many SPF sunscreens contain chemical ingredients that are harmful to the marine ecosystem.


choosing reef-safe sunscreen

The solution? Learn how you can prevent damage to our endangered coral reefs simply choosing the right sunscreen.

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