Doe Deere’s Lime Crime Cosmetics Brand Keeps Faces On The Edge Of Beauty

For Doe Deere, being her own boss was one of the reasons she launched her makeup company back in 2008. She had created a few other businesses before Lime Crime’s debut and thought that a makeup brand on e-commerce would prove to be the ultimate entrepreneurial adventure as she tells Inspirey.com.

 

Doe Deere was always into fashion, music and makeup and enjoyed the looks she put together each time she left her home. Lime Crime has come to embody the spirit of the modern young woman who enjoys taking her box of Crayons and coloring outside the lines.

 

In other words, it’s about rebellious makeup and breaking the old, boring beauty rules. Lime Crime was founded on a basic mission, and according to Doe Deere’s About Me page, the cosmetics were developed to empower both the women and men who wear it:

 

“I make makeup for girls and boys like me, who express themselves unapologetically. Lime Crime is freedom to be you.”

 

Just browsing through a few palettes of Lime Crime makeup will prove her point. The textures and shades are odd, radical, bright and loud and yet, also hauntingly ethereal, sexy and high-glam.

 

Green lipstick and reddish eyeshadow are just a couple of Doe Deere’s contemporary shades. The major cosmetics companies never used to bother featuring these bad-girl palettes, and Doe Deere knew it was time to strike and introduce her brand to the world.

 

Now, the big beauty players have copied Lime Crime’s crazy-colored palettes and began introducing them to their customers. Even Kylie has “borrowed” ideas from Lime Crime and recently featured green lipgloss.

 

Doe Deere doesn’t mind; it’s flattering for others to like your look and adopt certain assets. She has molded Lime Crime into an e-commerce standout that continues to dominate the internet’s social + digital spaces. Building a successful beauty brand online is extremely competitive and not for the faint of heart.

 

Lime Crime has somehow found the beauty recipe to keep creating cosmetics masterpieces. Today, Lime Crime is a force on Instagram with more than 3.3 million followers.

 

The brand’s gorgeous highlighter palettes, Hi-Lites, are delicate and smooth, and when applied to any part of the face or body, these fantasy textures create iridescent effects.

 

Another wonderful feature about Lime Crime makeup is in its ethics; the logo happens to be a unicorn, a spirited, kind, fantastical creature. Lime Crime is certified vegan and cruelty-free and recognized by the high standards of PETA and the Leaping Bunny.

 

What you see is what you get in each Lime Crime item. Doe Deere and her staff are loving and protective toward every animal species.

 

Lime Crime is an independent beauty company whose headquarters are based in Los Angeles.

 

To learn more about the brand, visit them here.

Daniel Taub’s Reasons why Iran would still become a Nuclear State Despite the Agreement

Daniel Taub is an internationally recognized lawyer and an Israeli diplomat. He was born in Great Britain. He studied in Great Britain. In 1989, Daniel Taub moved to Israeli and had since served in different positions in Israeli. In 1991, he was appointed as the minister for the foreign affairs in Israel.

He was appointed as the ambassador of Israeli to the United Kingdom in 2011; he served as an ambassador until the year 2015. He is now the director of strategy and planning of the Yad Hanadiv foundation.

When serving as the ambassador of Israel to the United Kingdom, Daniel Taub was displeased by the Geneva deal which was signed between the Western capitals and Iran. Israel and Daniel Taub held the same view that the deal was not going to stop Iran from becoming a nuclear state.

While talking to the ‘The Independent,’ Daniel Taub said that the effect of the Geneva accord was going to be minimal, he noted that by the end of the six months period, Iran might even be closer into becoming a nuclear state. Daniel Taub said that the situation would have forced Israel to make alliances with some of the unthinkable nations.

That would have been possible because all these nations are not happy with the agreement. The issue reminded most countries that they had much in common, if only they could overcome their immediate differences. He said that Israeli would be interested in deepening their relationship based on this matter. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Ideamench

The relationship between Israeli and Western allies remained strong despite their stand on the Geneva accord. Israelis were surprised by the fact that the agreement had already raised some confusion in less than a day since its signing.

The Western Capitals claim that the agreement did not enshrine Iran’s right to the enrichment while Iran claims it did. Israelis became furious with the Geneva accord when they realized that there had been secret negotiations between Washington and Tehran. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://askreporter.com/2017/09/religion-should-have-a-place-at-the-negotiating-table-says-israeli-negotiator-daniel-taub/ and http://frenchtribune.com/avis/25611-ambassador-daniel-taub-unravels-balfour-declaration

The talks involved the Israelis hater Ahmadinejad regime, an indication that Americans were directly communicating with him. Israel said that the agreement would not bring a long lasting solution since it is built in deception.

The Prime Minister of Israeli Benjamin Netanyahu called President Barack Obama in what was termed as an angry phone call between the two. Israel was sure that when it comes about the issue of Iran having a nuclear weapon, they would have closer ties than the US to challenge such a move.

Mike Baur Establishes A New Wave of Business In Switzerland

Mike Baur was 16 years old when he started his career at UBS Group AG, as an apprentice. One day, the personnel manager took him aside and showed him a chart which laid out his entire career up until retirement. From that day on he followed it to the letter, going from promotion to promotion until he found himself part of a group researching innovative ways to recruit wealthy investors.

 

The work he completed at the firm resulted in growth at a neck-breaking pace that is until the economy fell apart at the onslaught of the financial crisis. In 2008, when the Swiss government stepped in to save UBS, the firm turned their attention towards downsizing to stay in business. At this time in his career, Mike Baur left the firm to work for Clariden Leu. After six years he would decide that it was time to follow his aspiration and invest in the talent of startup businesses.

 

As Mike Baur built out his new company, Swiss Startup Factory, he found a lot of those who applied to his Accelerator Program were former bankers. This unexpected turn of events was due to an increased in regulations post-financial crisis and a number of scandals that came to light, which made the industry less attractive to those seeking long-term careers. As any good businessman would have it, this was an opportunity Mike Baur could not pass up. He developed methods to help these kinds of people realize their full potential beyond that of the banking sector in Switzerland.

 

The idea behind his new firm was to help startups grow into successful businesses, based on the ideas they already had in place. Mike Baur considered his position akin to that of a manufacturer that produced new companies instead of new products.

 

As Swiss Startup Factory evolved, it was ahead of any other as it remained highly innovative in its approach to support fledgling startups, but as a weakness, it was difficult to implement these strategies in ways that made it clear to investors in a professional manner the opportunities that were available with these new companies. With his eyes set on achieving their goals, Mike Bauer remains passionate and determined. He believes you can teach people what it takes to be an entrepreneur, but you cannot show them the mentality they need to be one.

 

No stranger to hard work, Mike Baur continues to push forward and become a positive force in impacting the ecosystem of businesses in Switzerland.