Lime Crime Gives Us a Throwback to the Days of Polly Pockets

One of my absolute favorite toys of the ’90s were Polly Pockets. If you don’t know what a Polly Pocket is, you can easily find them on Google. Most of us ’90s babies will remember the brightly colored plastic shells in various shapes and sizes that opened up to showcase a whole little world of gemstones and happiness that Polly lived in. From castles to schoolhouses to poolside parties, each Polly Pocket opened up to reveal hours of wonderful fun.

Lime Crime must have some ’90s babies on its team that knew how adored their latest eyeshadow palettes would be. Their recent rollout of Pocket Candy Palettes has been an incredible hit with Lime Crime fans and has sparked interest from many people who haven’t used the brand before.

This launch represents Lime Crime’s move to becoming even more main stream. This is meant in a way that today’s women are expressing themselves in bolder and bolder ways and when Lime Crime started, makeup was all about the nude look. Women everywhere now love to express themselves through bright and bold colors for lips or eyes.

The Pocket Candy Palettes are just as colorful and fun as any of Lime Crime’s products and their fun shades are being snatched up from the company’s online store as quick as they can be stocked.

The palettes come in just three shades: Bubblegum, Sugar Plum and Strawberry Lemonade. The Bubblegum Palette is a popping bright blue that features soft colors in lilac, pink and brown. The Sugar Plum Palette features rich mauves and deep pinks all with a spray of glitter that can be assembled to create the most perfectly fun eyeshadow look imagineable. Finally, the Strawberry Lemonade features mauves, a pink and a deep brown for a more transitional palette look.

Lime Crime was launched by founder Doe Deere who has always been a wild card when it came to style. She is known for bright colors and even from changing her hair color on a daily basis to include pinks, purple, orange and more. Lime Crime is her life’s passion and she continues to get creative by launching products like the Pocket Candy Palette.