This luminous highlighter creates the perfect subtle sheen - it's on sale now *and* Meghan Markle is a fan

Meghan Markle's former makeup artist just revealed some of the star's beauty products - including this awesome highlight that is now on sale

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If there’s one thing that Meghan Markle knows the ins and outs of it is beauty products - so if she’s a fan of a specific item, you know it’s definitely one worth buying.

Right after Meghan Markle showcased the season's latest beauty trends in new behind-the-scenes photo, one of the 36-year-old Duchess’ go-to picks is on sale: RMS' luminizing highlighter is down to £30.60 from £36.

RMS Beauty Living Luminizer 4.8g ( £30.60 (opens in new tab)

RMS Beauty Living Luminizer 4.8g (£30.60 (opens in new tab)) | Sephora

Expect a transluscent, dewy finish that blends seamlessly into the skin and enhances the skin's natural look without being too greasy.

Offering a translucent, dewy finish that seamlessly blends into the skin, the highlighter seeks to accentuate the user's natural youthfulness without being greasy or too sticky. A win-win, indeed.

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Meghan's former makeup artist Lydia F. Sellers went on the record about some of the royal's go-to picks, including the highlighter, a few years ago on TODAY (opens in new tab), revealing that, "no matter the occasion, Meghan always favors a fresh, glowing complexion." She also noted that the Duchess is always looking to let her natural assets "take center stage, like her perfect skin and freckles."

In addition to the RMS luminizer, Lydia mentioned Meghan's devotion to a Sisley Black Rose Cream Mask (opens in new tab) as a way to prep her face for her make-up routine. When they worked together, the two used Tatcha Dewy Skin Mist (opens in new tab) as a second step to tone the skin and get it ready for the foundation. 

Speaking of: Lydia remembers using a combination of the Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation (opens in new tab) and Charlotte Tilbury's Wonderglow Primer (opens in new tab) on her client's skin for a "pearlescent, healthy glow."

To apply the combination, Lydia swears by the Beauty Blender Pro Sponge. "The perfect tool to sheer out foundation and ensure Meghan's freckles were popping," the makeup guru said back then. "I like to wet it and then ring it out before applying the foundation for a sheer and natural effect."

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As for her eyes, Meghan would often use Tom Ford's Cream Eye Shadow (opens in new tab) and the Iconic London Boom Mascara (opens in new tab). She would mostly finish off her look with the Fresh SUGAR Tinted Lip Treatment (opens in new tab)

Meghan's makeup most recently caught the attention of fans following a social media post from one of her most recent podcast guests. The Duchess of Sussex invited poet Amanda Gorman on Archetypes and, after her appearance, the artist posted an image of herself with the host on Instagram.

The caption of the image red, "Beyond thrilled to have had the honor of speaking with The Duchess on her podcast, Archetypes, where I spoke on the power that women possess as changemakers. Thank you so much for having me! 💛"

Fans loved this post and many noticed how fantastic the Duchess looked in this image. "Gorgeous photo! And Meghan is aging backwards!" said one commenter, clearly noting the rosy glow that she opted for on her lips, which worked perfectly with the cozy knit she wore and her loose waves.

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