Doe Deere is known for her amazing looks which she achieves by painting her face with bright hues. You can meet her on Instagram to see what I mean if you haven’t met her yet. This look, however, is not for fun alone because they define her brand, Lime Crime. Below are some of the things she talked about during an interview with Stephanie Janetos.
She says she grew up as an imaginative kid who always held paints, colors, and paints in hand. She pointed that she could add color to everything she touched from clothes to books to her mom’s makeup and other accessories. Now as an adult, she concentrates on making makeup as colorful as possible.
Her First And Worst Makeup
So she pulled out her makeup bag and applied some dark pink color on the eyebrows that she crooked with a winter liner then added some brown lip gloss. Perfect! She says that perfection in every field needs patience and dedication and in her case, she had a lot of fun experimenting her career. People especially girls flocked her website to see what she is doing, and this brought the existence of her brand, Lime Crime in 2008. Her choice of name did not refer to anything specific rather a name that just popped up in her mind.
Her View Internet Based Business
“It has its advantages and challenges,” Doe says.
She added that the immediate responses one gets from the social media are a stepping stone to growth but the same platform can be used by people to spread scandalous rumors. Doe says she appreciates everything happening because it is part of the entrepreneurial trip.
How To Deal With Haters
She says that unless you are positive enough to ignore any manufactured scandals by bloggers, you cannot succeed because they will always be there. Doe does not concentrate her efforts towards the rumors rather on what she can do to improve.
Who Inspires Her?
She says that people with true visionary inspires her and it doesn’t matter who they are. However, she named few individuals in the industry such as Dita Von Teese and her friends Elena and Stella Rose.
She was in disbelief to see her photo on the cover of a Self-made magazine with other great female business moguls, and she says it feels great to be recognized.