Posts Tagged ‘Victoria Beckham’


Monday, August 15th, 2016

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Beckham has curated four inspired grouping, representing her favorite cities: London, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles.  Each city features up to eight products.  “I want to make it really, really easy to get this look,” Beckham says. “If I can do it as a busy working mom with four children, anybody can. You don’t have to be a professional makeup artist. This doesn’t have to take up huge amounts of time.”  Highlights from the collection include an illuminating foundation primer, a fresh and modern matte, orange-based lipstick, several shimmering eye shadows (which can be applied dry or wet), and even a limited-edition makeup box rigged with professional lighting.


Thursday, July 7th, 2016

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It seems that Victoria Beckham, 42, has endured many rises and falls … in her bustling career.  The fashion designer/singer, pictured in 2007 (left), 2013 (center), and last month (right), has shared a variety of looks with her fans.  So what do you think?  Did she or didn’t she?


Monday, June 6th, 2016
Victoria Beckham has traded in her signature chestnut locks for a lighter, layered ‘do.  The fashion designer posted her transformation on Instagram, crediting stylist, Luke Hersheson, with the tag, #chopchop.  Beckham, 42, has embraced the summertime trend of going bronde — not blonde and not brunette, but somewhere in between.   Senior colorist, Ray Salazar, of Nelson J Salon in Beverly Hills, explains, “Bronde hair is a fun and exciting way to have both of both worlds. It allows you to not be committed to brunette or blonde.”  Cathy Provenzano, of Gavert Atelier, adds, “The trend has been going more subtle and chic. The ombré is going away and rich, soft browns are becoming more current.”  They key to a successful bronde is maintaining one’s natural base-color prominently throughout; this enhances the look’s richness and leads to lower maintenance (inherently less-noticeable grow-out).  And if you start to tire of the look by fall?  “Going back is a cinch,” Salazar explains.