In the past, Meghan Markle and Princess Eugenie have spoken about which beauty products they use.Kate Middleton and the queen don't typically talk to the press about beauty products, but many publications have written about which products they reportedly use.Markle has said Nars Orgasm Blush and the shu uemura eyelash curler are some of her top products.Any clothing that royals wear tends to fly off of the shelves, but not as much is known about their favorite beauty products. Over the past few years, Meghan Markle and Princess Eugenie have spoken about beauty products they use or love. And although Kate Middleton and the queen don't typically talk to the press about their beauty routines, a lot of publications have written about which ones they reportedly use.INSIDER rounded up 11 products that the royals reportedly use and have said they use.In 2013, Markle said the one product she can't live without is a shu uemura eyelash curler.In a 2013 interview with Birchbox, the Duchess of Sussex, then an actress,said that even if she doesn't have any makeup on, having curled lashes makes her "look more alive" and the product she uses to get the job done is the shu uemura eyelash curler. The eyelash curler retails for around $23.Middleton reportedly uses the Urban Decay Naked eye-shadow palette.The Urban Decay Naked eye-shadow palette contains a mix of neutrals and smoky shades and it is reportedly used by the Duchess of Cambridge. In 2018, the beauty brand confirmed to Allure that Middleton is a fan of the product. And according to The Mirror's 2015 report, a source close to Middleton has also confirmed the duchess uses the product.Although the Naked palette is now discontinued, other versions of itare still available to purchase for around $54.Princess Eugenie has said she uses a Charlotte Tilbury Mascara.In 2016, Princess Eugenie of York told Harper's Bazaar that she uses Charlotte Tilbury's Full Fat Lashes Mascara when on-the-go. Charlotte Tilbury recently launched in Sephora, so shoppers in the US can now score the UK-based products as well.The mascara retails for about $29.See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..