Wednesday, August 28, 2013


In my last entry I explained the many steps to flawless skin by toning out your under tones.

In this entry I'm going to tell you about the brands/pallets that work best for me. 

I bought the Ben Nye olive to dark foundation pallet a few weeks ago and I love it.
But with Ben Nye is concerned its very thick when applying, that's because it's suited for the stage lights so that it doesn't melt away with your sweat. 

I also use a combination of Mary Kay, Garnier Frutis, and Graftobian products.

The fun thing with makeup is you can mix and match and find your perfect combination of effective products. 

~Ashley Skinner of Beautiful Creatures 

Building your face


Like any structure, you should have a decent foundation.  This also applies to your face.  Foundation does just that, it sets up the support system for your make up, or look that you want to create for yourself.

You can have multiple tones underlying your face, anywhere from shades of red to shades of violet.  When looking for the tones to cancel out the unwanted undertones of your face you should turn to the color wheel.

The colors opposite each other on the color wheel will cancel out and create a neutral or natural looking color.

For me, my foundation needs some green in it to mask all the red in my face.

We call these concealors.  A concealor helps you cancel out your unwanted undertones and give you an even complexion.  Normally concealors are more of a creamy to liquid texture, and for someone who has an oily type this can cause for some concerns.

That’s when a powder foundation comes in handy.  It helps absorb the contouring liquids and concealors so that you have an even, non-oily complexion.

Next you can start by highlighting and low lighting your eyes and cheek bones.

Normally if you have smaller eyes you want to highlight around the inner eye and outer eye and right below the eyebrow arch so you create the illusion that you have bigger eyes.

For some one who has big eyes already, you would shadow the outer and inner eye to create the illusion that you have smaller eyes.

Once that’s all said and done, you add the colors that complement your eye, skin, and hair colors.


I hope you enjoyed
~Ashley Skinner of Beautiful Creatures

Monday, August 26, 2013

Smashbox, NYX, e.l.f review

This eyeliner is very hard to work with but it does last all day.
I really like this product and I would buy it again. It blends nicely and is all around a great product for someone who is just starting out with makeup or someone who wants a good product for a affordable price.
I am in love whit this mascara!! It doesn't club and it does a great job at separating lashes this is just an amazing mascara. 
This is a great lip gloss it smells good and it's not sticky like most lip glosses.
This eyeliner is a great long lasting eyeliner. It goes on so nicely and smoothly. This is now my everyday go to liner.
This is my new favorite lip primer my eyeshadow still looks the same as when I applied.This is an amazing product that I would recommend to anyone.
This primer goes on so smoothly and a little goes really does go a long way with this product. 
For more info on these products please go checkout my review on YouTube.

You can also find me on Instagram Adrikilling

Sunday, August 25, 2013

About Adrianna

My name is Adrianna, I am the newest member of the blog rayzor has created. I'm currently enrolled at Paul Mitchell The School Austin to become a cosmetologist. I am a gymnastics coach and my hobbies are makeup, hoop dancing & fire spinning. One day I hope to do hair & makeup on the sets of fashion shows & maybe even travel the world doing what I love.

Instagram: adrikilling

Everyday tips for green eyes

It can sometimes be hard finding the right colors to use for green eyes. So here are some tips I hope you can find helpful.

Eyeshadows: some good colors to use are purple, plum, dark & light green, lavender & lilac are some great colors to use for your everyday look. 
Highlight Colors: copper & gold are great highlights colors to help accent. To open your eyes & make your eyes pop even more try using white on the inner corner of the eye to help make you eyes stand out.

Eyeliners/Mascaras: Use a chocolate brown or espresso for a everyday look. If you are want to spice up your look a little try using a plum or gold eyeliner instead. For mascara you want to stick to using a mascara with brown undertones. 
Metallic Colors: You want to avoid using silver & use  bronze, copper or gold. You really want to stick to using warm earthy tones such as brown or dark green with gold flecks. 

Colors You Want To Avoid: Pinks, yellows, reds, blues & black. You want to avoid using any purple with blue undertones because it make cause your eyes to look droopy. You also never want to use black on your eyes because it will cause them to look harsh.
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Sunday Rave Day: Look Book 1

This is quite literally just pictures and YouTube tutorials of rave looks. I hope you enjoy all the photos and get some great ideas. 

YouTube Tutorials 

Take me to Brazil/Carnival Makeup Tutorial 

Raver Makeup 

Green-Blue-Pink Raver Look Feat UV Blue lenses from
Alexandra Parker 

Electro Candy Rave Makeup EDC 

Getting Ready Rave Makeup 

Rave Makeup Tutorial 
Sophia Chang 

Spring Rave Makeup Tutorial 
Allana Vergara

Rave Makeup Tutorial :D

Rainbow smokey eyeshadow with rainbow lips tutorial
Fun Party Makeup 

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Look forward to a few more of these, different topics and themes. If you have any specific topics or themes you would like to see let me know. 

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Twitter: @sharpcreations 

-Rayzor ^_^!