Doe Deere is the founder and CEO of popular makeup brand Lime Crime. Starting with an obsession with color when she was a child, Deere built a brand renowned for its bold hues and premium quality. She is quite the Instagram star as well. Anyone who follows the makeup industry knows of her and her brand. Learn more: http://limecrime.tumblr.com/
Ms. Deere recently opened up to the French Tribune to give advice on starting a business. She said the first and foremost thing to do is make sure that the business you are starting is something you love. When choosing what to do for a living, it is important that what you’re doing brings you joy. We all know how monotonous jobs can be when we don’t enjoy them. While running a business won’t always be fun, you should be able to derive pleasure from it most of the time. If the thought of running the business you choose doesn’t make you happy, don’t do it.
She also said that you have to take calculated risks. Should you just jump into something with no thought or planning? No. At some point, however, every business owner will come to a decision that puts important things on the line. With careful consideration, if your heart is behind the decision and your business, the risks will pay off.
Every business faces problems, it is inevitable. It’s important, Deere says, to not let yourself become overwhelmed. All problems are surmountable if you break them down, look at all the pros and cons of each solution, and work towards the best resolution. You have to look at challenges logically because too many business owners get upset at the bumps in the road, let themselves be overwhelmed instead of working on solutions, and give up. If the business is truly your passion, any amount of work is worth it to overcome barriers.
Doe Deere is an inspiring young woman and proof that if you follow your passions and put in the work, you can succeed by simply doing what you love. Lime Crime is one of the top makeup brands worldwide, and it all started with one little girl’s passion for color.
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Makeup can do wonderful things. A slash of bring pink lipstick can add color to even the palest cheeks. Understated eye makeup can help any woman show off the rich colors of her eye. Many women loving putting on makeup each day and watching as it helps perk up their face. One woman loves makeup so much she’s made a career out of it. Doe Deere has spent her career showing her fans how makeup can help them get a whole new look. She’s also spent her career showing others how the power of makeup can be harnessed to create art. Her online makeup retailing company, Lime Crime, is one space where makeup is front and center. Here, she shows off how makeup can not only make women look great but transform them entirely. Her endlessly inventive work on the site lets women get a new take on makeup and become happier and more confident.
Showing Off New Ideas
Deere isn’t content to work within the boundaries of the conventional. Rather, she wants to stretch those boundaries and even break them. Thanks to her help, her fans have found that they can do very much the same and get looks that show off a creative side. At Lime Crime, the makeup shown is also shown in the context of a total look. Each of her makeup ideas is about being able to take something that looks familiar and show it off in a very different light. Her work on this site lets her tap into something deep inside of her that creative and wants others to see makeup as she does. On this site, she brings out her love of makeup as not just something plain and ordinary but as a form of art and a way to create a special look. Her looks on this site are also about fashion as art and makeup as a means to show off a way of seeing beauty in highly unexpected places.
Not Content To Stand Still
It is that she is not content to stand still that has been much of the way of her fantastic success in her life. She and her team of experts at Lime Crime are always in touch with trends in fashion and other places such as art. They come to work with the ability to take such trends and transform them into something different. This is one of the reasons why her fans come to her site. They want to see what she’s come up with next. They know that she and her team here at Lime Crime always have something entirely new up their sleeves and something completely different. Her fans also know that they can come here and see new ways to use makeup that had not occurred to them before. She takes her fans as her audience and allows her makeup ideas to develop into what amounts to a form of performance art, allowing makeup to be her own personal art medium.
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Helane L. Morrison is the Principal, Managing Director, a member of the Executive Committee and Chief Compliance Officer of Hall Capital Partners LLC. She previously worked with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Ms. Morrison held the docket of Regional Director. In this seat, she was responsible for litigation, regulatory issues, and security enforcement in the North California. Helane Worked with the United States Securities and Securities Commission between the year 1999 and 2007. Before this, she headed the implementation of securities for San Francisco (SEC) office. Her duties were in legal representation, financial communities, business and worked hand in hand with news Medias and other government organizations.
Helane studied at the Northwestern University and graduated with a B.S IN Journalism. She also holds a J.D from the California University of the Berkeley School of Law. Sources say that she is also the Editor in Chief of the California Law Review. From the year 1986 to 1996 she practiced law in San Francisco law firms: Rice, Howard, Canady, Nemerovski and the Falk and Rabkin Law Firm. During these years she took an interest in defense of private securities and commercial litigation and SEC issues.
She is a member of the two boards; the Hedge Fund Subcommittee of the American Bar Association and the Regional Parks Foundation. Ms. Helane Morrison is also a speaker on topics of legal and compliance issues that affect private funding institutions and investment advisers.
Back in the 90s, she was among the few women administrators working for SEC commissions in the United States. Many sources recognize only three other females. Valarie Caproni of the Pacific Region in Los Angeles, Mary Keefe the Director of SEC Midwest Region in the State of Chicago, and Carmen Lawrence Director of the Northeast Region in the city of New York.
When she was appointed to serve as the district’s chief in his area of profession, she was the first woman to head the SEC as of 1999. She managed the examination and enforcement programs in the San Francisco Office of Jurisdiction. Her jurisdiction extended to five areas namely: Oregon, Washington, Montana, Alaska, Montana, Northern Nevada, Idaho and the northern California. These regions lie within the Los Angeles Pacific Region.
In her practice years, she used to represent people and firms the SEC sued. Helane Represented securities clients and defended industry security officers during investigations. She also defended brokers and stock companies. Her experience in this field runs way back. This work experience made her the best candidate for the seat back in those years.