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The 8 Beauty Products You Need to Get Princess Eugenie's Fresh-Faced Look

Including her go-to travel mascara.
IMAGE COURTESY GETTY / CHARLOTTE TILBURY / NAILS INC
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When it comes to makeup, the Queen's granddaughter, Princess Eugenie of York is a fan of the fresh-faced look. Want to emulate the young royal? Here are the beauty products you need to copy her style.

For Sun-Kissed Cheeks


BUY NOW Bobbi Brown Bronzing Powder, $44

"I use Charlotte Tilbury and Bobbi Brown—Charlotte's mascara and Bobbi Brown bronzer. They are geniuses," the Queen's granddaughter said in an interview with Harper's Bazaar.

More: Princess Eugenie's Most Stylish Outfits Ever

For Long Lashes


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BUY NOW Charlotte Tilbury Full Lashes Mascara, $29

For long, full lashes, try the Charlotte Tilbury mascara that Eugenie swears by. The royal revealed that her makeup routine usually takes place on-the-go and in the car, making this wand the perfect travel essential. Better yet, the glossy black formula creates defined lashes without clumps.

For a Subtle Lip


BUY NOW Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Matte Lipstick, $34

Princess Eugenie isn't one to wear a bold lip color; rather, she often opts for a subdued shade. Replicate her timeless look by applying a light pink or nude lipstick like the shade Pillow Talk from Charlotte Tilbury.

For Voluminous Curls


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BUY NOW Ouai Texturizing Hair Spray, $26

At this point, it's unclear how Eugenie will wear her hair on her upcoming wedding day, but she typically prefers to style it in loose curls. To get that undone look, try using this Ouai texturizing hairspray, which will help create beautiful volume and shine.

For a Striking Lash Line


BUY NOW Clinique Liquid Eyeliner Pen$21

An easy-to-use eyeliner pen is a must-have in every woman's makeup bag. Copy Princess Eugenie's flawless wing by employing a jet-black shade like this one from Clinique. Make one sweeping motion for a subtle look or several small strokes for a thick line—either way is sure to make your eye color pop.

For Bold Brows


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BUY NOW Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Gel, $22

Framing your face is an essential step in any makeup routine. Whether your brows are light and thin or dark and thick, a brow gel, like this one by Anastasia Beverly Hills, can help you build them up to make a statement.

For Fresh Nails


BUY NOW Nails Inc. Cuticle Oil Repair, $15

Members of the royal family typically choose to wear either nude or subtle pink shades if they even opt for a nail color at all. Princess Eugenie frequently foregoes polish, but ditching a vivid shade doesn't mean you'll have a dull look. This cuticle oil will keep your fingernails looking shiny and healthy, so you can keep the color minimal and still look polished.

For Minimal Flyaways


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BUY NOW Wella Oil Reflections Smoothing Oil, $40

Taming flyaways is the first step to achieving a sleek hairstyle, like this one on Eugenie. Apply a smoothing oil from the mid-length of your hair to ends to help smooth things down.

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

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