Kate Middleton's Affordable Head-To-Toe Beauty Hacks Unveiled

Devina Belle

Some of Kate Middleton's personal beauty hacks have been revealed. Surprisingly, the Duchess of Cambridge's beauty hacks are quite affordable.

For her more casual looks, Kate Middleton usually wears her hair down. Recently, James Pryc, who styled the duchess' hair on her wedding day, revealed to Marie Claire that the royal uses Redken's curvaceous full swirl cream serum to give her chocolate-colored locks some volume. Redken's swirl cream is probably the second most expensive item on this list of beauty hacks at £11.90 or about $16.

Kate has another hair hack for her updos. According to Hello Magazine, Kate uses hair nets to keep flyaways at bay when she styles her hair up. For a more natural look, Kate Middleton uses hairnets that match her hair color. This beauty hack only costs about £1 or about $1.40.

Town and Country explained that Rosehip oil is an excellent anti-aging agent because it is rich in Vitamin A. The serum helps reduce wrinkles and fine lines. The oil is also very moisturizing because it is made of 80 percent fatty acids.

To keep her legs looking sleek and perfect, the Duchess of Cambridge wears John Lewis' non-slip tights, reported The Sun. The miracle clothing item prevents the duchess from slipping out of her shoes and her tights from sliding down in public. These tights only cost £5 or about $7.

All these products help Kate Middleton look flawless. But they also reveal that everyone needs beauty hacks to look pristine, even a duchess.