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Lime Crime

April 17, 2011 - 11:33 pm

Doe Deere is a beauty entrepreneur, the name and face behind Lime Crime — a beauty brand that has been getting a lot of attention!

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Deere has got a knack for maquiller, there’s no doubt she knows how to work it in front of the camera (see her alluring beauty shots and glam in-person appearances). Despite rave editorial reviews (see: VOGUE.COM, Nylon, Marie Claire, ELLE UK) she’s also gotten some e-flack on message boards and even had to post a response to naysayers on her blog. What gives?

Frankly, I was absolutely delighted when I received three lipstick colours from Lime Crime this week: New Yolk City (a bright yellow) , Mint to Be (a spearmint green) and Coquette (an opaque pinky nude). With all of these dreamy colours and fairytale-themed products (read: unicorns) I personally think she’s the makeup equivalent to Dita von Teese.

So with that, may I please introduce you dear readers (if you haven’t already gotten hooked) to Lime Crime, burlesque style!

And now, the slow showstopping reveal! *cue music

Hello Beautiful! New Lime Crime lippys!!!

Take it off! Take it off!

Sparkles, pink and unicorns–what else could a girl ask for?

Oooh look at pretty!
From left to right: Coquette, New Yolk City, Mint to Be

The close up

 

photos: (c) Glynnis Mapp / FashionTK

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  • Carol-Anne

    Interesting! I like it!

    • http://www.fashiontk.com/ gmapp

      Thanks! So glad you like ;)