Stealing Kate Middleton's Beauty Regime Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

This is not a drill, people. Kate Middleton's favorite skin and hair care products are now available in the United States. Again, this is not a drill. In fact, if you're a royal watcher and a beauty junkie, this might just be your best day ever.


We know that on a day-to-day basis, Kate likes to do her own beauty looks, but for important events and photo ops, she relies on the talents of makeup artist Arabella Preston -- the very same woman who launched the skin care line Votary last year in the UK.

Reportedly Arabella uses her range all the time on Kate, with products like a cleansing oil and toning serum, among others. Not surprisingly, the collection took off across the pond, so now the beauty guru has expanded the line's availability to include the US, with Votary now available in Anthropologie stores and online at Cue the screams of joy.

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You may have to dip deep into your bank account to get Kate's glow, though. Votary products range in price from $72 to $118, so they will set you back a bit.

But wait, there's more! Kate's favorite hair product has also made its way to the good old US of A! Richard Ward's The Chelsea Collection Cleanse & Condition shampoo can now be snagged at for only $12 a bottle.

Armed with Kate's beauty must-haves, we might still have a chance to become a princess one day, too. Okay, probably not, but at least we'll have great skin and hair.


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