Beauty and Doe Deere are a perfect match. The pastel-haired creator of Lime Crime cosmetics is the type of individual that definitely stands out in a crowd of pale and uninspiring colors. The vibrant haired Unicorn Queen is one of the most successful women in the beauty industry. Many of her followers are inspired by her look, but would definitely like to know a bit more about her beginnings. Doe Deere recently shared more about her beginnings and her philosophy on beauty and living a life without no regrets.
Her pout now carries the Kylie Cosmetics brand and, according to Career Girl, her lips kits are so coveted that they sell out within minutes. If you’re looking to jumpstart a career in cosmetics or start up a business, you can definitely learn from this millenial icon. Adweek interviewed Kylie Jenner and was able to gather some tips that everyone can use in order to be a successful entrepreneur and career professional. On choosing brand partnerships - She just doesn’t pick a successful brand. She makes sure that she is passionate about it and it fits her Kylie Jenner persona.
Doe Deere is the very vibrant CEO of Lime Crime. Lime Crime is one of the most innovative cosmetic lines around today. Deere is also very passionate about beauty and fashion. She had plenty to say about the way that the average woman is treated by the beauty and fashion rule. Doe Deere believes that the major fashion magazines set down beauty and fashion rules that women are expected to follow like sheep.
Doe Deere is one successful CEO that knows good fashion. She is also a woman that likes to create her own unique look. Her unique take on fashion and life is clearly evident in her wonderful line of cosmetics. The whimsical colors in the cosmetic line seem intimidating to some. However, her fans like to mix and match the colors to match their current moods.
In these pages, she graces us with her knowledge and shares her personal success story with a mix of statistics and humor; a perfect combination to make this book truly interesting. The book talks about the highs and lows Kirstine has to face throughout her career. It focused on her starting off as an intern, known as Girl Friday to the Vice President of Twitter. She talked about the different shows she produced and the risks she had to take throughout. Being a female in her workforce was one thing but being severely successful seemed to be such a crazy thing for most people to understand.
As stated earlier Susan Sarandon is the narrator of the commercial. She is recognized for playing multiple rolls as a matriarchy figure in films such as “Stepmom”. Sarandon status as a celebrity adds to the ethos as well as the pathos of this advertisement. Her warm, soft toned, and clear voice constructs the audience to feel sense of trust toward her and the product being sold. There is a point in the ad where Sarandon puts an emphasis on the word “Fight.” This creates a sense of awareness, which makes the viewer realize that family is all about love and that you are willing to do anything, no matter what, for the ones you love.
In the short story, Crystal decides to take many risks in order for her to gain popularity. Popularity, after all, is a status that many teenagers like to reach. Crystal tries to gain popularity when she suggests that she knows “what to do about the new vandalism policy,” which was her first step into popularity (Evans 208). Executing an elaborate plan to vandalize her school is amusing to Crystal and her friends. Crystal’s plan succeeded.
Yves Saint Laurent once said, “Fashions fade, style is eternal,” which I believe holds true in the world of fashion. Designers are the creators of the trends we see, but they would not be put into the spotlight without those who popularize them. That would be the job of a trendsetter. There have been many fashion trendsetters and icons throughout history such as Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy however, an icon who I believe to be important is Diane Keaton. Diane’s style has influenced many women over time and has given them the confidence to broaden their ways of self-expression and not be afraid to break gender norms.
A bunch of women photographers like Moon, Turberville and Arnold brought new prospectives to publications such as Vogue and Harpers Bazaar. Photographers were idolizing what seemed to be flawless beauty on models during advertising campaigns and television commercials. Today, one of the most impressive change in fashion photography is the new strategy that the fashion marketers have learned. The use of digital images allowed for escaping everyday reality and enter a world of high fashion, celebrities and beauty. Even though the photographs may not make it onto a magazine, they were view and enjoyed by scrolling down social media feeds allowing the viewer to like and share.