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Kate Middleton’s Makeup Artist Launches Her Skincare Line at Anthropologie

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Kate Middleton's makeup artist Arabelle Preston is bringing her skincare line to the US. According to InStyle, Preston's entire line is landing at Anthropologie, which seems like a perfect fit.

Preston's Votary products are made with natural plant oils to achieve that princess glow. The line starts with a cleansing oil, a toning serum, and three different face oils. The line's ingredients include practically every oil you could think of: grape seed oil, sunflower seed oil, apricot kernel oil, avocado oil,  rosewood oil, sandalwood oil, rose geranium flower oil, rose flower oil, apricot kernel oil, jojoba seed oil, and more.

It's all packaged in green glass apothecary bottles, and it doesn't come cheap. The cleansing oil starts at $72, the face oil is $102, and the serum is $118.

Preston launched the line in the UK last year, and she has serious princess makeup artist credentials. She reportedly taught Kate how to do her own makeup for her wedding, which is impressive.

Photo: Votary