It was once said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but what does this really mean? Simply put, it means that we’re in control of what makes us feel beautiful. While most cosmetics company place women in the same categories, there’s one that encourages them to stand out.
Lime Crime creator, Doe Deere encourages users to experiment with color and define their own beautiful. She created a cosmetic line that offered bright, bold colors that allowed users the opportunity to branch out from the natural look.
Taking lipstick to the next level, Lime Crime launched the Velvetines line. These lipsticks go on wet and dry to Velevet finish within seconds. The launch of this line provides users 24 different shade to choose from. However, just in time for the fall season, the Veleventines line launches new colors.
The Cashmere color is a lovely combination shade of grey and beige (griege if you may). This products adapts to skin tone, thus color will depend on skin. The Pansy, is a bright, bold purple with a cooler blush tone. The Riot still awaits release, but the color is said to be a medium reddish to brown shade. This color will also adapt to your skin tone, so boldness will vary.
The Velvetines Line wasn’t the only line with a new release this season. The Superfoils line also released new shades. The Superfoils line is a wet/dry eyeshadow that can be worn wet or dry. There’s 20 attention grabbing shades of eye colors paired in 10 duos. the new colors include: silvers, golds, hints of pink and gold flakes, and mauve hues.
Helping bring notice to the cosmetics line is beauty Vlogger Celia Leslie. She makes YouTube videos of herself using these products. This draws attention to the line showing others what these products look like. One of her videos show her using the 24 different shades of Velvetine lip colors.
What better way to welcome the fall season, than new lipsticks and eyeshadows. Lime Crime cosmetics keeps us up to date with bright, bold colors for any season.