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Royal Beauty: Duchess Kate's Favorite Beauty Products

These are the products the Duchess of Cambridge says she loves.
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1. SKINCARE


Duchess Catherine has been using Oxygen Swiss skincare line Karin Herzog for years. According to AOL she is loyal to the Vita-A-Kombi 1 moisturizing cream, Professional Cleanser, and the Oxygen Face cream. Well lucky for you there is a $249 "Royal Oxygen Regime" that was apparently Catherine's pre-wedding 4-step beauty ritual.

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2. NAILS


Kate favors a natural nail look. She keeps them neat, on the shorter side, and square in shape. The DailyMail reports that she usually gets the "60-minute royal manicure" with her manicurist Marina Sandoval. On her wedding day in 2011, Sandoval painted Kate's nails with a combination of Essie's Allure polish and Bourjois' So Laque ultra-shine nail enamel.

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3. EYES


Kate loves to play up her eyes (and this princess does her own makeup, even on her wedding day) and has shared that the secret to her royal smoky eye is Urban Decay's $54 Naked eyeshadow palette. And her mascara of choice to top off that smoky eye is Lancôme's Hypnose Mascara.

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4. NATURAL GLOW


Us Weekly shared that the Duchess of Cambridge likes to indulge in weekly St. Tropez spray tanning sessions. When she was pregnant with Charlotte she switched to a safer option, Bobbi Brown's $48 shimmer brick in bronze.

5. HAIR


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The rumored royal shampoo of choice that keeps Kate's locks so bouncy? Kérastase Nutritive Bain Oleo smoothing shampoo.

6. FACIAL


A few days before her wedding, Kate received the famous "Bee Venom" facial (which has similar effects to Botox, but is natural) from skin care specialist Deborah Mitchell. She also loves the $300 Black Bee Venom mask from Mitchell's line.

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7. SCENT


Kate cannot get enough of this bright scent. In fact, loves the orange and water lily notes so much that she had Orange Blossom candles lit in Westminster Abbey for her wedding day.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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