Lime Crime Is Radically Changing The Role Of Cosmetics

Lime Crime cosmetics is now one of the fastest growing make-up lines in the world. The produced by the fertile mind of entertainer and entrepreneur Doe Deere, the brand with the funny name is now making a name for itself worldwide. People love the super bright colors in the makeup line. It allows them to make a loud statement without even opening their mouths. The line of lipsticks, nail polish, rouge, eyeshadow and more in crazy colors enables people to make fashion statements not possible before. Now even staid businesspeople and professionals can look daring when they wear make-up from this unique line.


Made from vegan ingredients and never tested on animals, Lime Crime cosmetics has found its niche. It is for people that care about themselves, animals and the environment and yet want to be able to express their inner child in all its colorful glory. The brand has been embraced by both counterculture warriors and the mainstream. The only requirement is that they want to make a colorful statement while at work or at play. And this cosmetics line gives them the tools to do just that. Plus the colors are so bold and bright they are sure to turn heads.


Since its founding in New York in 2008, the Lime Crime line has seen steady growth. People not only love the bold, bright and daring color palette the line offers, but the unique names the company has for the colors. The names for their Velvetines, Venus Palettes, eyeshadow, Perlees include New Yolk City, Varsity, Lace Up, Choker, Bomber, Fishnet, Soft Spot, Hoodie, Bleached, Black Velvet, Suedeberry, Shroom, Riot and Teddy Bear. The colors are available in gloss, matte and metallic. They can match any type of outfit you wear not matter how conservative or outlandish.


The company has gone from simply being an internet phenomenon to making serious inroads into the customer base of many of the traditional cosmetics brands. What makes the company truly unique is it has transformed make-up from something offering bland colors to hide faults to something used to make a powerful statement.