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All you need to know about Kate Middleton's natural beauty routine

Kate Middleton's beauty routine may not be what you've imagined. Simplicity is key for the Duchess of Cambridge.

If you follow Kate Middleton's look, you know her beauty routines are still a mystery. However, details do emerge every once in a while and this is what we've gathered so far:

Skincare routine: rosehip face oil
Middleton phased over to a natural skincare routine and switched her skincare products for all-natural alternatives. That's why she uses rosehip oil daily. She loves the effect it has on her skin. She goes for the organic oil by the brand Trilogy.

She's a fan of eyeliner
Kate Middleton loves a good eyeliner and she has the look: a subtle eyeliner look. And sometimes she wears a soft smokey eye with black eyeliner across the upper lashes with a subtle cat flick. 

Nude lips
She always chooses soft pink and creamy nude colors and she's been spotted with a subtle mauve color for more formal events. 

2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner
Kate Middleton loves 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioners because the sulfate-free formula is gentle and moisturizing enough to clean and hydrate your hair in one step.

Hairnets to keep her updos in place
The duchess always looks with an intricate updo, just be able to make out the cross-hatched lines of a hairnet. Thanks to the nets' closely matching color, they're almost invisible to the naked eye.

 

 Nail polish

It's a well-known fact that royalty are now allowed to wear dark colors for formal events. The Queen herlesf prefers the nude pinks offered by the brand Essie (specifically the shade Ballet Slippers). Kate prefers the shade Allure by the same brand.

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