Lime Crime Makeup: Modern, Sparkly, Bold And A Bit Naughty

If you’ve kept to the beauty dress code all these years and are bored to tears (yawn), then it’s time to take a walk on the wild side. The giant cosmetics companies had ruled the makeup etiquette for decades; that’s until Doe Deere launched Lime Crime. For years, women were told what cosmetics colors were acceptable and at what hours of the day to wear a certain look. These days, those rigid, silly rules have fallen by the wayside.

The makeup is bold, fresh and unapologetic. In other words, these gorgeous and hauntingly beautiful lipsticks, eye shadows and eye liners are sexy, bad a**, vivid and modern. You don’t have to say sorry to anyone when wearing this brand. Bold, highly pigmented makeup like hers, allows you to define your own, unique beauty standards, and her message is resonating everywhere.

 

Lime Crime fanatics are glued to the product line. Russia native Doe Deere launched her brand in 2008, hoping to add a new chapter to the book of cosmetics. Her colors are exceptionally bizarre and stunning. Her latest invention are the Matte Velvetines, liquid matte lipsticks inspired by rose petals. Those hues are striking, very wearable and high glam or downtown funk. It depends on how you wear them. Pumpkin, Thistle, Red Velvet, Wisteria and Shroom, these are all head-turning colors.

 

The brand has developed into a social media knock-out, with its Instagram account alone, racking up the numbers with more than 2.4 million followers. Celebrities have caught the flavor and sensuality of the brand, and famous socialite Paris Hilton is the latest IT girl to put some on. The gorgeous blonde beauty is adorned in Lime Crime cosmetics for the cover of Galore Mag.

 

The independent makeup brand is made in Los Angeles, California and proud to be a certified vegan and cruelty-free beauty company.  Read more about what they have to offer, and what colors LimeCrime has available on Teen Vogue.

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