Xenia Vorotova, also known as Doe Deere, is a colorful individual and the creator of Lime Crime makeup products. She’s unlike anyone you’ve ever met before, but being different is what it takes to be noticed in this world. With her purple hair, free spirit, and bubbly nature, many say she is a breath of fresh air in a pretentious market. Though she is quite different, she is an artist of a different nature. Doe Deere creates colorful pallets that enhance any woman’s features.
She is Russian by birth and moved to this country in 1999 as a mail order bride. She married 25-year-old Mark. Together they live in Los Angeles with their three cats. He is also a unique character, and he is very supportive of her goal to be diverse. Busting into the big scene is exactly the push she needed for greatness. She tried many things, some worked and some didn’t. But her real passion was making a bold statement with her looks. She is known for her money-sniffing talents and her entrepreneurial nature. She works with her mother, sister and husband to make the business a success. She is driven and focused on her business, which is why she has seen the growth that she has with her makeup.
Deere is eccentric, peculiar and marches to the beat of her own drum. She was featured in Live Journal for some time before branching out into her own blog style magazine called Doe Deere Blogazine. She is an inspiration to the younger crowd, specifically those around the age of 16. Her makeup line has glittery eyeshadows, lipsticks and various other products. They are very much what the young teenager loves. They make a statement for sure.
One thing that can be admired about her is the fact that she has failed many times, but she always seems to get up bigger and better than before. She certainly has learned from some of the greats in history about failure. Even Milton Hershey, the owner and founder of the Hershey Empire, had to file bankruptcy three times before making his millions. Perhaps, Lime Crime is the exact product that will rival that of Revlon, Cover Girl and Almay.
Deere calls herself the “Queen of the Unicorns,” and her unique look is marveled after a mythical creature. Meeting her is quite the experience, and she doesn’t disappoint with her quirky charm and larger than life attitude. Those who work alongside her every day say that she is an amazing person, and there is no stress in their work environment. Creating makeup in fabulous shades that are not readily on the market is what her passion has always been.