Lime Crime Debuts Its Softer Purple Grunge Side For Spring Makeup Elegance

Nothing welcomes the season of spring quite like a fresh, colorful palette of pretty makeup. Like fashion, beauty has its incredible trends, and together, they help define your look.

Reporter Expert delved into the world of cosmetics for the new products that women are crazy over. The popular publication singled out Lime Crime makeup for most of the spring collection, and we can see why.

Lime Crime is modern cosmetics admired for their juicy colors, vibrancy and gorgeous makeup textures. These fantasy lipsticks, eyeshadows, highlighters and hair tints are always contemporary, made with cool pigment intensity, gorgeous packaging and a whimsical attitude.

CEO and founder Doe Deere believes that makeup should be fun, sexy, bold and beautiful and empower all who wear it. That’s why she got into the competitive makeup industry. She wanted to offer women (and men, too) another alternative to the boring, traditional cosmetics consisting of tired, unimaginative products.

Lime Crime is head-turning makeup that often features glitter, crystals, iridescence, glossiness and rainbow beauty in many of its palettes.

The Venus Palette is one great example. These eight-pan eyeshadow kits are grunge-heaven and deliver gorgeous color pay-offs. These shadows are top quality and feel silky smooth as you touch them.

Doe Deere felt inspired by the pretty color purple and decided her new kit, the Venus III Palette, would feature a lovely, feminine radiance of violets and pinks and chocolate shades.

Fans were excited to see how the new Venus Palette would glide on to the eyelids and create a sultry purple glow and flatter every skin tone.

The Venus Palette (original), Venus II, Venus XL and the Venus III all share a close connection and come housed in stunning packaging. The famous painting “The Birth of Venus” by Botticelli graces the top of the kit, and inside, you’ll find a wonderful compact mirror and succulent eyeshadow shades.

The Venus III creates a softer side of grunge, and Doe Deere feels inspired by the purpleness. In fact, she’s not alone; ultra-violet is the top shade announced by the famous Pantone Color Institute this season.

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