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Victoria Beckham has no regrets about experimenting with make-up in Spice Girls heyday

Victoria Beckham has no regrets about experimenting with make-up in Spice Girls heyday
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Victoria Beckham doesn't cringe when she looks back at old photos from her Spice Girls days because her bold make-up looks were part of her "experimental journey" at the time.

While many would consider using heavy lip liner, too much blush, or rocking skinny eyebrows as a cosmetic faux paus in hindsight, the fashion designer and beauty mogul has insisted she doesn't feel regret when she looks at throwback photos from the '90s because she had fun figuring out what did and didn't work for her at the time.

Speaking on Dear Media's Breaking Beauty podcast, the former pop star explained that her bold make-up looks were part of an "experimental journey".

"I look back at pictures and people always say, 'Oh, do you cringe at any of the pictures?' You know. Do I cringe at that heavy lip liner? No, it was, it was a journey," she stated. "Do I cringe at those skinny eyebrows? No, it was a journey, and way too much blush, you know, we were working so hard and we were so exhausted.

"There was a time where we were in a different country every few days. And the more and more tired that we got, the more and more blusher that we put on... I think that it's a journey and I never look back at any old pictures and cringe."

The 47-year-old, who opts for a natural and understated make-up palette nowadays, added that young people should have fun experimenting with different looks and finding out what they like through trial and error.

"I look back at all those pictures and I just think, you know what, there's something so nice about when you're young, you shouldn't care too much," she shared. "You should feel free to experiment, have fun, figuring out what works and what doesn't work. Try out different trends accept who you are and embrace who you are.

"And be kind and be kind to other girls out there because everybody feels a little bit insecure and not fight against that."


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