Why does it seem that most people consider self-expression, expressing one’s self, a crime?
Human beings need the opportunity to express themselves; to define and refine who they are. When they do, they feel better about themselves.
This seems to be something that Doe Deere took to heart with the approach that if music and dance, painting and poetry are all fine and good; why can’t my canvas be the way I look? The clothes I wear and the color and style of my hair?
A of people might not know about Lime Crime and Doe Deere the owner and founder of the company ‘Lime Crime’ she started in 2008 because she just wasn’t happy with any of the hair color products that were available.
Using the word ‘Crime’ in the name of her company and product line makes perfect sense; her attitude is based upon the ideas mentioned above; ‘Why is expressing yourself in a way that is not bringing harm to anyone else considered a crime?’
If you like who you are, if you like what you see in the mirror, it will really help your self image. If you feel good about yourself; it will affect everything you think, say, and do in a positive fashion. You will be more comfortable with who you are more open to people and new opportunities.
Unicorns are magical very often depicted with long and very colorful manes that are at times a shimmer pastel of all the colors of the rainbow moving and flowing as if the colors themselves are alive and dancing.
Lime Crime has taken all of the above to create a new line of hair dye with the name being ‘Unicorn Hair.’
The Unicorn Hair Dye is a semi-permanent dye that will last four to six week with two different formulas; one is to fully color all of your hair with the other being more of a tinting for light colors upon a foundation of the full hair color you currently have now.
With the different shades of ‘Bunny’ to ‘Pony’ and ‘Dirty Mermaid’ to ‘Gargoyle;’ Lime Crime’s Unicorn Hair Dye seems to be the perfect answer to getting that sheer and vibrant beauty flowing through your hair for your own highly unique and personal style. http://www.dollskill.com/shop/lime-crime.html