Made for your daily schedule!


Oulac’s new collection wants to empower women to unveil their unique personality and celebrate beauty of life in all its forms. Beauty that is reflected among other things, such as through a smile that is highlighted with our new Lipstick, shining eyes with creamy eyeshadows and many more products that will help you on showing your “Beauty that Glows” from the inside out!


To start, once you have primed your skin, apply a sheer layer of foundation all over the face, including around the eye area. Always apply your foundation first in order to create an even base to reduce overall redness, discoloration and minor blemishes.


After your foundation has had time to settle, you can cover additional areas (i.e. acne marks, hyperpigmentation, and under eye areas) with concealer. Tip: Under your eyes, place the concealer into a triangular shape (tip pointing down), to brighten and give your eyes a more “open” look.


Apply the powder after foundation and concealer. It will work perfect to set the makeup and last longer. To apply, dip the brush in the powder and pat it on the side of the container to remove any excess.


Start at the front of your brow (the hair is denser there) and simply dab on the dye all the way through to the end of your brow. Concentrate on the center of your eyebrow first and then get all of the little baby hairs along the edges. Tip: Don't press on the skin hard. It's always easier to add color than it is to remove it. Ensure you have a mirror to stand back and look at them from a distance in the mirror. This will help you see if they're appearing visually balanced and natural.


Cream eyeshadow is perfect for captivating a room with just one glance. It is ideal for day to night wear; with shimmering shades and colors you just need to pick the one fits your style. Apply using your finger or a brush all over your eyelid. Blend with your finger for a quick and easy eye makeup look.


When putting on lipstick, place the lipstick in the middle of your lips and work outward. By concentrating your lipstick to the fullest part of your lips, you'll be able to control your application better and mitigate any mess-ups. Give a smile to yourself

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