Makeup Made For Queens- Doe Deere and the Lime Crime Makeup Business

Doe Deere
Pink hair or purple hair? Which do you think look better on the Queen of Unicorns? Do you know who the queen of unicorns is? If you don’t, well you are about to find out. Her name is Doe Deere and she is the founder of the Lime Crime makeup business. A number of years ago, Doe found herself torn between trying to look like the rest of the girls and trying to stand out against all the girls. Needless to say, the latter won. Instead of becoming just another one of the girls, she instead opted to go against what everyone was telling her and have her makeup line be more than just another neutral color.

What started out as harmless play when she was just a little girl became one of the largest growing makeup lines today. When she was just a little girl, she had the vision of designing her own makeup line and that soon became reality with makeup colors like vibe mercury posh and shimmer lip gloss in diamond crushers. Some of her hottest styles include Girls, Girls, Girls bundle and the Venus palettes in shades that not just any girl can wear, or wear for that matter.

If you are more of a plain Jane kind of girl and still want to feel as though your lipstick shade is different from all the other girls, the matte velvetines is one of her best sellers as well. You can purchase just single sticks of lipstick or you can combine a number of them together in a bundle and have a shade for nearly every occasion.

The colors that are available in lip gloss are also available in a matte finish. This allows for you to combine a subtle hue with a glossy finish. Girls of all ages are drawn to the color choices offered by Doe Deere and the Lime Crime makeup line. Why not give them a try and see for yourself what all the fuss is about. We are sure that once you try them, you will for sure never go back to just any makeup line, after all, how many are honored by PETA for being cruelty free in their process of creating makeup?

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