Doe Deere and her Lime Crime Company is on a New Pathway to Success

Lime Crime is an innovative makeup company that functions online. The online beauty retailer has been around since 2008 and is now becoming a highly respected and reputable brand. The organization has grown a lot since it first appeared in the world of beauty and makeup. Now, Doe Deere’s company is set to be a powerhouse makeup provider.

In June of 2018 the equity firm Tengram had just purchased the majority of the company Lime Crime. As a result, the organization is now in the position to become a major player in the makeup industry. This of course, is good news for the company and for the organization’s customers that depend on this business for their beauty supplies.

Doe Deere founded Lime Crime with her husband Mark Dumbelton. Together they created the products and helped to make Lime Crime a great beauty brand. Deere loves makeup and she likes to look good. She also likes to help people to look their best. She had lots of personal experience working in the beauty industry since her father started a makeup company called Epicuren. She worked for her father’s business throughout the course of her young life and learned a lot about the business from this involvement.

Doe Deere’s real name is Xenia Vorotova. She is from Izhevsk, Russia. She was born in 1981 and has always been a fashion guru from her days as a teen. She is online blogger as well as a beauty consultant. When she created Lime Crime, she made it a vegan-based makeup brand. She wanted the product to be environmentally friendly and not have it harm her customer’s skin. She went to school at the Fashion Institute of Technology to study fashion illustration and designs. However, she left school to get her company up and running.

Deere lived in New York most of her life but now resides in Los Angeles. She is no longer involved in the daily operations of Lime Crime but she still has a say in how her company is being run. Deere wants to continue to help her organization to be a success. Now, that Tengram is involve with Lime Crime, the organization is expected to triple its profits close to $100 million dollars annually.

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Fun in Japan with Kim Dao

Have you ever considered visiting Japan? Maybe you’d like to take the trip, but you’re not sure what to do once you arrive? Well, YouTuber Kim Dao recently created a video entitled, “CAPSULE HOTEL IN JAPAN EXPERIENCE | Shop in Akihabara”, which provides detailed information on places to stay and play during your trip.Learn more : http://www.kimdaoblog.com/

 

Here’s an overview of the video:

 

Capsule Hotel

Kim Dao starts her trip with $100.00 USD. Kim stays at the Akihabara Bay Hotel for $35.00 USD. The Akihabara Bay Hotel is an all female capsule hotel. Next, Kim takes us on a tour around the hotel showcasing the spacious sleep capsule, bathrooms, lounge area, and laundry room.Learn more : https://www.pinterest.com/kimdaoblog

 

Where to Eat?

Kim Dao takes us to an amazing hotdog deli for lunch where she purchases a truly unique hotdog creation for only $5.84 USD. The portions are huge!

 

Shopping and Fun

Next up, Kim Dao visits a retro game shop in Tokyo for a little shopping; this store is a gamers heaven! During the shopping trip Kim takes us to Don Quijote – a discount chain store. If you’re into adult anime costume, hats, and socks this store has it all.

 

More Food

Finally, Kim and her traveling companion close out a busy day of shopping and gaming with a 50 McNugget challenge for dinner.Learn more : http://www.yummyjapan.net/creator/kimdaovlog

 

So, as you can see, a trip to Japan doesn’t have to break the bank.

Check out Kim Dao’s YouTube channel for more places to go and things to see while in Japan.

 

How Fabletics Stacks Up Against The Competition

The world of fashion is dominated by Amazon which has control of 20% of the market. An up and coming company that is successfully taking on Amazon is Fabletics, a subsidiary of TechStyle Fashion Group. The idea of Fabletics was dreamed up by Kat Hudson who practically lives in activewear clothing. While she loves the clothing she couldn’t believe how expensive good, fashionable activewear was. She came up with the idea of a company that would offer good quality, fashionable activewear that was affordably priced. Under her leadership and the team at TechStyle Group, the company grew to a $250 million business in just its first three years.

One of the ways that Fabletics differentiates itself from competitors is through its use of reverse showrooming. Showrooming is the term used when someone visits a retail store to see a product but then buys it for less online somewhere else, a practice that retailers hate. At Fabletics retail stores they encourage people to shop in the store or buy it online, even putting clothing customers try on automatically into their online shopping cart. This has been very successful for the company and encourages customers to return again and again.

The result of taking the quiz is that members receive clothe offerings that match up to what they’re going to like, saving lots of time researching and comparing different clothes.

The Krazy Coupon Lady is a blog operated by two women who made a name for themselves making coupons easily available to people. They scour the internet and other resources to find the best deals around to present to their readers. In 2016 they reviewed the clothing at Fabletics and decided to review the clothing available as a service to their readers.

The outfits that the two women at Krazy Coupon Lady ordered cost them only $25 each. Their opinion was that the price was quite good for the prices they paid. They found the clothing to be quite fashionable and termed one of the pieces of clothing, a switch back tee, as comfortable and a cool shirt. The said that the Lima Capri and the Vassa Sports Bra’s they go were also very solid for the price.

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