Kate Middleton's Favourite Make Up Products Revealed

16/03/2015 13:59 | Updated 20 May 2015

Kate Middleton famously did her own make up for her wedding to Prince William in 2011, and now we've found out which products the duchess uses to create her flawless looks, and which 'hero' pieces she can't live without. Excited? Yup.

Royals attends Christmas Day Church service

When creating her earthy, natural eyes, Kate turns to Urban Decay's Naked palette for her pretty look.

Speaking to Hello! magazine, an insider said, "Famous for doing her own make-up for events, Kate relies on the Urban Decay Naked Eyeshadow Palette."

The best bit? You can snap it up from Debenhams for just £38. The site says ,"Far from boring, Urban Decay's Naked Palette features a shade range that runs from the palest champagne to the grittiest gunmetal. Not just "shades of beige", each shadow has a distinctly Urban look, yet works for everyone."

Kate has a signature bold black eyeliner look that makes her eyes pop. So what is her go-to peeper-lining product? Lancome's Artliner eyeliner, apparently. Grab it from House of Fraser for £21 for "effortless precision, and bold, long-lasting colour".

And what's a beauty look without a good mascara? Kate turns to Lancome again for her lashes, using their Hypnose Mascara, which you can also buy at House of Fraser for £22.50.

The volume-building wonder purports to give "intense pigments on your lashes, which appear to have up to 6 times more volume". Yes, please.

Meanwhile, Kate has been putting her make up products to good use this week, with two public engagements. First up, she was pretty in pink to celebrate the Commonwealth Day service...

Commonwealth Day Service

... And then she worked a trendy Dalmation-print Hobbs mac for a visit to the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate, Kent on Wednesday.

Duchess of Cambridge visit to Kent

And, of course, her make up was perfect on both occasions...

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