Dear readers,

I always thought an artist could be able to paint on everything and everything is a canvas. But I definitely had problems to find my skills in MakeUp. I tried to figure out what is the great difference between a painting artist and an MakeUp artist. Both are handling with brushes and colours. But they are having a different brushwork. A MakeUp artist is painting on an already defined canvas, whereas a painting artist is painting on a blank page.


You move your hand very different for the brushwork. For an aquarelle picture you need slightly movement and a soft touch of colour. It feels like I can control the colour on my painting brush more than on my MakeUp brush. The colour pigments for MakeUp is very different than aquarelle. But both skills can always be improved and I love to practice everyday.

Some artist are mixing both skills and that is my next idea for my sketchbook. Painting a face with MakeUp colours. It will be definitely a great challenge.
Thank god it's friday. Maybe I can try to use the skill.

xo, RubyliXious



  1. Don't give up :) I have the same problem - it's way more easier to draw/paint on a paper sheet than on my own face but I see that with time I get better and better :)

  2. Ich finde deine "Kunstwerke" immer toal schön, gerne mehr davon! :)

    Liebe Grüße
    Amy von A NICE AMY

  3. Wow, what a beautiful picture.
    I really love it.
    best wishes

  4. It is beautiful!!

    Can we follow each other?
    Follow me and i'll follow you back.
    I promise.

    Bye :)

  5. Wow total schön! Ich hätte auch gerne so viel Talent.
    Liebe Grüße,
    Laura von lauraskreativecke

  6. Wow, sieht klasse aus !!


  7. oh wow so beautiful!
    I wish I had as much talent as you!!
    my paintings always turn out horrible - but at least we could all laugh at them ;)
    but yours are gorgeous . you're an artist :D
    hugs form switzerland

  8. wow amazing post :D

  9. I'm glad you like it as much as I do ^^ <3 Thanks and you too! You will like to see more fashion from here.