Mirror Mirror On the wall, Entrepreneur Doe Deere is here to Change It All

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In today’s society, it is all about fitting in with current fashion and beauty trends. Appearance has become a way of conforming and fitting in but the artist and entrepreneur Doe Deere, founder of Lime Crime Cosmetics and more recently the jewelry company Poppy Angeloff, is creating her own movement to challenge that philosophy. Deere believes in using clothing and makeup as a way of expressing your inward self and showing it off with confidence!

In her newest line, Poppy Angeloff, Deere pursued the look and feel of the Victorian era with bold colors. Filled with inspiration from family heirlooms, she spent months devoted to research to create high-quality Victorian jewelry that people will want to pass down for centuries to come. Deere wanted to create pieces that hold significance, symbolism, and character without compromising quality craftsmanship; pieces that even Deere will hand-down to her daughter one day.

Doe Deere does not shy away from a challenge and knows what it means to incredibly work hard for her passions. A portion of her teenage years spent living in shelters with her mother and sister was where she learned that building a community was crucial for success. She wants people to feel courageous and fully express themselves which is the goal behind her cosmetic line, Lime Crime Cosmetics. Starting in her and her husband’s small New York apartment, she created the extremely successful Lime Crime Cosmetics on a risky gamble. Bold, vibrant, and lively were not a part of current trends but Deere believed she could help people look at fashion as a form of art and expression. The focus of all her products is on the customer. She wants everyone to feel utterly unapologetic in expressing themselves through her vibrant makeup and jewelry.

Upon receiving hundreds of appreciation letters from customers, Deere is continuing to stick to her goal in creating colorful and unique statement pieces. Her success is contributed to pursuing her passions, putting herself in the shoes of her customers, and taking risks on the unknown. Through her hard-work, Doe Deere is making fashion and beauty fun again through emphasizing self-expression and confidence.

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Joyous Christmas Hacks

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Decorate the dinner table during the holidays with cute Christmas trees that you can make yourself. You need twine, magazine paper and clear tape. Roll the magazine paper to a cone shape, taping the edges together. Cut the base of the cone so that it’s flat. Make a small slit at the bottom of the cone. Put the twine through the small slit, wrapping the twine around the cone until you get to the top. Use a hot glue gun along the entire cone so that the twine stays in the shape of the cone. Try not to glue it onto the paper because it won’t come off. When it’s dry, take the cone off to set it up on the table. You can add decorations to the tree if you want to make it fun.

 

You’ve probably received festive socks as a gift at some point. If you don’t wear your socks, they could be used as cup warmers. Cut the sock in half, flip it inside out, and sew the end closed before you flip it back out and put it over a jar or a cup. Instead of using boring napkins, turn them into fun Christmas trees. Find the corner of the napkin with all of the loose folds. Fold the first corner up to almost the top of the napkin. Keep folding the corners in this manner until you get to the bottom. Turn the napkin over, folding the top down to create a triangle. Make a cone shape by folding the other sides. When you finish, it should look like a small tree.

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