For those that are looking for a new style or a new and innovative way to wear makeup that will showoff the beautiful features of the face, one brand in particular has become an internet sensation for offering a new type of makeup that emphasizes bright colors that can be used by both men and women. This makeup brand is known as Lime Crime and was officially created in 2008 by Doe Deere, an individual with a creative side as well as a passion for business that started this company to give more and colorful options for putting on makeup for everyday activities.
Doe Deere started Lime Crime in 2008 as a side business to her clothing design business that featured bright colors and patterns of her own making. Doe Deere created Lime Crime as a side business in order to have a makeup that would not be washed out with the beautiful and bright colors that she chose for her clothing designs. As a result, the Lime Crime company soon took off and is now an internet-based brand that has been giving both men and women new options as to how they wear makeup and how they accentuate their beautiful features.
In a recent interview with Galore magazine, Doe Deere stated that she sometimes feels as though she cheated with her career due to the fact that she has stated that she loves her career too much to even feel like a job. Doe Deere feels lucky in her position and has dedicated her career as a businesswoman to continue building the brand and to use the customer opinion to not only keep herself humble, but also to make sure that the product continuously improves into the future. Doe Deere hopes to one day have a traditional brick and mortar store to sell her products in.
Doe Deere has had a passion for makeup even at a young age in her life. Doe Deere, at the age of nine, remembers playing with her friends during play dates and sleepovers. As young children, Ms. Deere and her friends dressed up in some of the most colorful outfits with colorful accessories to match the outfits. Doe Deere distinctly remembers adding makeup to the faces of her friends in order to complete the entire look. Though she was not a professional artist back then, this inspired Deere to pursue her dreams.