In life today, people all strive to meet certain goals. Many people follow a dream that helps them make sense of the world in front of them. A certain lucky few have been able to translate this dream into something greater, something that is all about being able to do what they love and help others at the same time. Such is the case for Lime Crime founder Doe Deere. Deere is in love with her life and her career, as she tells Galore Magazine. She has been gifted with the amazing ability to pursue her passions in life that allow her to earn a good living and be part of something she loves.
As the founder of the hugely popular makeup website Lime Crime, Deere has been able to demonstrate her devotion to duty at every level. She founded Lime Crime with the intention of offering unique products that cannot be found in any other place. Much to her pleasure and delight, her company has taken off in recent years and seen enormous growth. What was once just a small store on eBay has become so much more for her and for all of many delighted followers.
In many ways, Deere is very much a modern day pioneer. She is one of a handful of people who have been able to take a basic idea and use it to come her advantage. That idea was one in which she could show off her devotion to the world of fashionable makeup. Her life has always been about using makeup on her own skin in new and fascinating ways. She was able to translate that vision into a company today that is thriving on the net and allows her to sell products that she knows really work.
Her Own Vision
Her own vision of the world is one that is evident to all those who look at her posts on social media as well as her website. The vision is all about the use of makeup in ways that are elegant, new and amazingly beautiful all at the same time. She has shown how it is possible to take colors like blue and green and make them part of any woman’s makeup style. So many of her fans have found a home with her as she helps them figure out how to do the same with color.Learn more: http://thestoryexchange.org/doe-deere/