So I see nobody has said anything about Lime Crime’s sudden popularity on Facebook. Last week Xenia posted her 200,000 Likes ad on Facebook, blog, etc. I believe she had been at a little over 130k or 140k Likes days before and then overnight she gained about 50,000 more Likes! As of this morning she was at 221,268 Likes. Less than 20 minutes later she gained 69 Likes. As I was typing this she was at 221,362 Likes a few minutes ago. I waited a minute and refreshed the page curious to see how many Likes would generate, and the number was six. SIX. Those Likes are definitely fake. Apparently there are services that generate Likes for money or other exchanges. I guess pretend-success is more important than genuine success to Xenia. But that isn’t surprising. The sad part is that while her fans might be the only ones believing she is a millionaire and ultra successful, it’s very apparent to everyone else that Lime Crime is struggling to stay afloat.
By the way, as of this very minute Lime Crime is now at 221,396 Likes.
Some people are bothered by poor grammar and spelling and some people define maturity differently. I can’t speak for everyone though.
Xenia uses New Look Cosmetics to create her products, I think Sweet Pea and Fay’s products are produced without the assistance of a private label lab.
It’s a discussion and I’m a former customer. Xenia also isn’t a millionaire if that makes any difference to you, I don’t think any money made unethically is money to be proud of.
Everyone has different priorities, what can I say?
At the end of the day, it really doesn’t matter. She can do whatever she wants and thinks she’s getting away with something, but her style of writing is pretty distinctive and sometimes I’ll play along and other times I won’t.