I’ve been wearing makeup since I was 13, and yes, I’ve always been a bit of a rebel. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become more skilled at applying it and also more discerning about what cosmetics I like applying to my face. I search for quality, super pigments, uniqueness and makeup that offers style and a modern look.
Maybe that is why I and my girlfriends are drawn to Lime Crime makeup. It’s at the forefront of beauty, pop culture and trends. I really like the eye shadows and lipsticks for their playful vibe.
I used to wear drugstore beige and nude makeup looks, but I got bored, felt like I looked like a corpse, etc. It felt like I was wearing a uniform, but there wasn’t any other brand out there presenting the future.
Doe Deere is the CEO and founder of the brand, and she is a very creative businesswoman who debuted the company in 2008. Doe Deere wasn’t sure how many people would be drawn to Lime Crime or if people would understand her oddly colored palettes. It was an e-commerce venture which is never easy to maintain longevity on, but she made it work to her advantage.
I enjoy following the makeup brand on Instagram, and yes, I am one of the 3 million followers who enjoy checking out the beautiful and striking photos of people wearing Doe Deere’s makeup. It’s a wonderful community that reaches across the globe, and we all get it. We understand what Doe Deere is trying to sell us. It’s all about the self-empowerment you gain when you let go and allow your soul to come through.
In other words, applying Lime Crime makeup is freeing and bold. It lets you define what you believe is pretty; it’s a personal experience.
My favorites at the moment include the Hi-Lites, a gorgeous 3-piece palette of shimmering highlighters made with prismatic technology. The stuff makes your cheekbones look high and full. I also adore the classic and cult favorite Venus palette. The eye shadows are like bruised peaches with rusts and soft reds. https://www.beserk.com.au/collections/lime-crime