The Queen of Unicorn’s Success Story

Have you ever wanted your dreams to come true? The obvious truth is that many of us have. Some of us have been better at making our dreams happen than others. These types of people have truly stuck to their beliefs and have never settled for less than what they wanted. One great example of a person who has provided tireless work into achieving her dreams is Doe Deere, the creator and founder of Lime Crime. Luckily, Guest of a Guest provides an incredible interview with Doe Deere, the CEO of Lime Crime, which is tailored toward all of the dreamers out there.

 

 

Doe Deere’s story is definitely less than conventional. After all, Doe Deere is not much of a conventional person by nature. She enjoys referring to herself as the Queen of Unicorns, and her fans are lovingly known as unicorns. If you catch a glimpse of her Lime Crime makeup products online, you’ll think you’re in the center of a colorful dream. After all, it isn’t a common occurrence where bright purple lipstick is sparkled with diamond-like effects, but Doe Deere has made it possible to achieve an extraordinarily unique cosmetic experience. There is no doubt that her unicorn fans are thankful.

 

 

In Guest of a Guest’s interview with the Queen of Unicorns, one of the first questions asked is whether or not Doe Deere was always an ambitious soul. Her response is that she’s always been imaginative and ambitious, but she was able to achieve her biggest dream of moving to New York and becoming a musician at the young age of seventeen. During her time as a musician, she gained incredible marketing and collaborative skills which helped her to further develop her natural entrepreneurial ability. She spent her time in Brooklyn playing catchy music for about nine years before she moved on to the beauty industry.

 

 

You might be wondering what inspired Doe Deere to move into the world of cosmetics. In the interview, she mentions how difficult it was to find colorful and daring makeup products before 2008. She states that most of the makeup at that time was catered toward people searching for a more natural cosmetic approach. However, Doe Deere noticed that an increasingly large number of beauty-lovers wanted more vibrant colors in their makeup regimen, which is how Doe Deere began Lime Crime.

 

 

As the Queen of Unicorns, Doe Deere is frequently updating her fun assortment of bold makeup products online. Learn more:  http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/lime-crime-launches-mlf-velvetine-collection-for-mothers-day-300444493.html

 

 

Doe Deere Breaks The Rules In The Name Of Fashion Beauty

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and being bold and daring is who Doe Deere is. There are rules of fashion and beauty that are begging to be broken. Even though they are great suggestions for some who need guidance, but are not set in stone.

Doe Deere received the name of Unicorn Queen and is the CEO of Lime Crime makeup, because of her fashion and beauty statement that continues to break the rules. Her unique palettes of color and shades of makeup have proven to wear the nick name, “makeup for unicorns.” It’s amazing and magical colors that give you the storybook look of mermaids. However, it is cruelty-free cosmetics.

Who, but Doe Deere and her beautiful fun colors can pull this off. Only a few dare to break the rules of staying inside the lines of the color palettes. She encourages others to break a few rules and has shared a few bold and daring combinations.

There are rules and then there are some rules begging to be broken. It has been said that making one bold statement on your face at a time, such as a heavy, smoky eye would be paired with nude lips. And if you going to wear bold red lipstick, then a simple eye would be best. Limiting to one bold color on your face at the time is meant to be broken. Awe come on, you dare to be different?

Doe Deere loves to break this rule on a consistent basis. She loves her Blue Milk eyeliner with her amazing Red Velvet lip. She states that pairing Cry Baby, a bold blue lipstick with the rusty-reds of the Venus eyeshadow palette. She feels excitingly refreshed by mixing and matching colors that make her happy.

Someone made a rule that mixing too many colors is too much. Doe Deere let’s us in on her secret. Trust your instincts about your colors. Her trick for wearing multiple shades in the same ensemble is color coordination. This includes her hair and makeup. Colors of pink and green, lavender and hot pinks and of course periwinkle and peach colors. Doe Deere refers to a new line of Pradas for this season. You’ll find bright yellows paired with mints or chartreuse and cotton candy pinks. She further states that it’s perfectly ok to run wild with hues of colors.

Deere says that patterns are fun and the more the merrier. She wears print on prints and has quoted that there no wrong way to pair patterns but prefers the same color scheme or at least compliment each other.

Another rule she breaks often is wearing socks with open toe shoes. She feels that socks are a garment that is made to have fun with, so don’t hide them behind covered shoes.

Deere believes that even though neutral colors such as black, white, and grey are nice for the ‘unnatural’ colored hair, she loves her colors way too much to give them up. Consider the depth of the colors. With airy colors like pinks, pale blues, yellows or pale denim, you could use pastel hair looks. The deeper hair color like teal, violet, use more hues like Marigold yellow or red in your clothing. Have fun with your colors.