Doe Deere, successful make up creator of the Lime Crime brand, marketing professional, and technology expert talked candidly with Savior Laflare about the keys to success. More importantly, her new Purr palette with 5 rich buttery colors designed to relieve the stray/homeless LA pet population. A portion of the proceeds of all Purr products will go towards socializing, placing, and litter training these cats through a local charity foundation (https://www.linkedin.com/in/doedeere). As an adamant animal lover, Deere insists, her products always have, and will be cruelty-free, and never tested on animals. Deere is responsible for saving hundreds of desperate animals on the LA area.
Deere had a successful stunt at being an entrepreneur at the early age of thirteen. In her native Russia, she understood the value of having products her friends would love, and could actually use. She adored temporary tattoos, and by wearing them, she popularized them among her friends. It wasn’t long before she was marketing them to her friends. She knew then she wanted to be an entrepreneur, but would later discover her niche was intricate colors. It was also important for Deere to recognize the people who attended her events, and purchased her products because their time was just as valuable to her than their money.
If you saw Doe Deere, you wouldn’t believe the unapologhetically beautiful young woman is the face behind the popular Lime Crime brand. She understand the important of being the flame behind her craft says, Savior beauty magazine online. Her peers didn’t consider her ideas of colors as a marketable idea. When in fact, thousands of young adults, celebrities, and beauty professionals have found their unique idea with the aid of her colors. Her idea is to empower girls, and guys around the world to be unique, and find solice in colors.
Deere was one of the first cosmetic designers to decide to use the super-foil base for her cosmetics. It turned out to be a great risk, and it bad off with millions of products sold. Deere says, taking risks is a part of being successful in business. She also says, expand on your craft to keep your customers introduced to different facets of your talent. For example, her new Unicorn hair dye collection, and Pocket Polly Palette is an expansion from her Lime Crime brand, and haven’t had a problem standing out on their own as Like Crime branded products.
Lime Crime offers a rich line of eye-shadow, and lipstick products with trendy colors. Deere, didn’t fail to disappoint her customers with cool colors like Beet It, and Radical Metallic. Her cosmetics are designed to bring out your best features, increase your mood, enhance your appearance, complement a new hairdo, or outfit. She says, none of this would have been possible if, she hadn’t decided to get her certification from design school. Deere says, education was a very important part of her success. Her products are completely hypoallergenic, and remain safe for all skin types including sensitive skin types.