Doe Deere is a name that is often heard in households containing an avid beauty fan, but few know a good portion of knowledge about this little Russian spitfire. The majority of Deere’s traits have fueled her success in some way, so it is undoubtedly important to know what makes Doe Deere not only a great female entrepreneur, but worthy enough to be deemed the Queen of Unicorns. From her childhood makeup stories to her appreciation for being recognized for her victories, this is one interesting little lady.
A Russian Upbringing
Born in Russia as Xenia, the girl seemingly came into the world colorful. Her interest in fashion could be depicted at an early age, while her CEO skills were put to the test as she ran a temporary tattoo business at the age of thirteen. Her biggest passion was always music, though, and Deere conveyed that throughout the majority of her daily activities.
Of her most favorite memories from Russia to share include moments spent with friends experimenting with makeup. In fact, Deere clued Galore Magazine into a pretty outstanding secret: She was once horrible at makeup application! So horrible that it became a popular inside joke with her friends.
Packing Up and Moving Abroad
Deere moved to the United States in 1999 to pursue music. Getting her feet wet in New York City not only allowed her to perform with her rock band, Sky Salt, but also allowed her to meet her beloved husband of many years, Mark. As a way to make money, the girl with the cherubic face designed and sold dresses on eBay. This fashionable talent allowed her to begin crafting her makeup, which she began selling under her domain name, Lime Crime, once fans became apparent.
The launch of Lime Crime in 2008 forced Deere and Mark along with their three cats to move to Los Angeles where they currently happily reside.
Lime Crime’s Success
Of the soundest reason that Lime Crime is so successful as a makeup company is not necessarily because of the zany colors that you do not often come across, but because of the marketing skills demonstrated by their CEO. The company is mostly internet-based and, despite the challenges of that reality, it allows it to maintain its fan base more personally and in a way that grows their business by sustaining constant exposure.
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