Victoria beckham
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We love someone who can laugh at themselves and despite Victoria Beckham‘s cool calm and collected exterior, the designer can poke fun at herself too. We’ve become regulars on Beckham’s TikTok account for insight into her workouts – she doesn’t miss a day, even on a luxury yacht – and beauty inspiration. Her latest post however is all for fun.

Using viral audio from the platform she recalled some of her most iconic hair styles and how she feels about them today “with little to no explanation”.

@victoriabeckham

My life in looks 🤣 Which one is your favourite? #VictoriaBeckhamBeauty

♬ original sound – Immediato Interiors 🤎

The first look was from her Posh Spice days – around 1996 – where she rocked a straight red bob. “Yes” the audio said. The next look 2022-Victoria approves of is a styled brunette pixie cut. A short haircut she would rather forget – or was referred to as “absolutely not” – was a blonde cropped cut with a straight side fringe.

Victoria Beckham hair
1996. Credit: Brigitte Engl/Redferns
Victoria Beckham
2007. Credit: Ian Walton/Getty Images

Beckham felt “50-50” on her long locks with blonde streaks (ah the ’00s!). “100 percent no”, went to a cascading cropped bob in honey tones, while another “yes” went to a brunette low ponytail with a quiff for volume.

Victoria Beckham
2006. Credit: JOERG KOCH/DDP/AFP via Getty Images
Victoria Beckham hair
2007. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

After following trends as a public figure in the ’90s, she’s now dictating them. In September 2008 she launched her eponymous label which has since grown to critical acclaim. Earlier this year the 48-year-old launched her subsidiary label, VB Body.

“Every woman wants a nice, round, curvy bottom, right?” she told GRAZIA in a digital cover interview. “For that, you need a really tight knit that nips you in at the waist and holds you in all the right places. You need fully fashioned details, considered and perfectly placed to create a really flattering silhouette. That’s how you make what I call the ultimate sucky-sucky dress.”

She also sits at the helm of her own namesake makeup and skincare brand. Perhaps new hair products are on the way?

thoughts?