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Great Fashion and Beauty Rules to Break According to Doe Deere

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The Unconventional Doe Deere
Doe Deere is an unconventional founder and CEO. She is the owner of Lime Crime makeup. It is not often that the average CEO is seen with blue or rainbow colored hair. Her highly unique and uncommon wardrobe adds to her unconventional appearance. Unconventional is not necessarily a negative thing. These are a few of the extraordinary qualities that Doe Deere portrays. She is clearly a woman who beats to her own drum and style. She is remarkable and extraordinary because she is so beautifully unconventional.The Great Fashion and Beauty Rules to Break
Doe Deere has her own personal favorite fashion and beauty rules that she enjoys breaking. She does not believe that fashion and makeup rules are meant to be set in stone. She hold the belief that flexibility along with unique creative style may be the perfect touch to an image. Doe Deere is clearly a lady who enjoys her own creations. The great fashion and makeup rules that she breaks include the following:
* stay with specific occasion attire and outfits
* dressing your age is appropriate
* it is tacky to wear socks and open-toed shoes together
* mixing several patterns together is not acceptable
* mixing too many colors together is poor taste
* wearing bold lip colors and bold eye colors are unacceptable
* if your hair if unnaturally colored, you must stick with wearing blacks and neutrals
These are seven of Doe Deer’s favorite fashion and makeup rules that are great to break and bend.Suggestions Only
The fashion and beauty rules are not rules that everyone must abide by. They are simply suggestions and guidelines. Doe Deere loves to breaks them and create her own style. It is clear that her brand of makeup reflects this colorful CEO.A Little Background About Doe Deere
Doe Deere had actually been born in Russia. She did not grow up in Russia, she grew up in New York. She launched Lime Crime in the year 2008. She was able to create stunning and vibrant colors.

US Money Reserve Penny Protocol

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U.S. Money Reserve president Philip Diehl recently did an interview with CNBC’s Squawk Box and explained why he felt the penny was more trouble than it’s worth and why he feels production should be discontinued on it.
“Nobody uses the penny anymore, I mean if you bend down and pick it up off the street, you’ll be getting paid less than minimum wage for your trouble. So most people just pass it up.”

The problem Diehl feels is that it costs more to produce than it’s actually worth, and he believes that the US Mint could save 10s of millions of dollars by eliminating pennies. Another reason he feels the penny is becoming obsolete is because the surge in electronic transactions as opposed to cash.

“The reality is”, he states, “that about 25 percent of all transactions are now in cash. The other 75 is in electronic forms of one type or another.”

He also said that usually the arguments about increased inflation come mostly from the penny lobby groups and that he feels that increased competition in the markets, would actually cause companies to not increase the price. In fact he thinks prices may be lowered. Or in his own words, “Why would you irritate a customer over a penny?”

The interviewer went on to say that while there may be some costs savings in eliminating the penny, he asked about eliminating the nickel as well. Diehl stated that the nickel was a different animal and that it’s “composition could be changed to make it more profitable.”

He went on to say that the main reason the penny was still being kept around is because of private interest groups that are responsible for printing the blanks, the zinc industry, and the Illinois congressional delegation due to Abraham Lincoln’s image being stamped on it.