Victoria Beckham debuts a new hairstyle that will surprise you

We are loving the change!

Victoria Beckham headed out to a swanky GQ Dinner for Men's London Fashion Week on Monday evening with husband David in tow and she was dressed to impress. With her navy blue flares, matching shirt and skyscraper heels, she looked as chic as ever, but it was her brand new hairstyle that caught our eye. The 46-year-old dazzled waiting photographers, rocking her hair in a high bun which was positioned on the top of her head with loose tendrils framing her face at the sides. VB normally wears her hair loose with light waves or tied in a stylish ponytail, so this look was a change for the former Spice Girl, and do you know what? We love it!

VB wore her hair in a high bun - and it looked fabulous!

The fashion mogul has a keen interest in all things hair and beauty right now, and recently revealed that she is starting her very own beauty channel on YouTube.

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Taking to Instagram, she told her followers: "Today I have special news to share. I will be launching my own @youtube channel with beauty tutorials, styling tips and lots of stuff from me. Stay tuned! x Subscribe to my channel at the link in bio today x Kisses VB."  Since then, VB has amassed an impressive 68,000 subscribers. Not bad, eh?

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The mother-of-four often shares some of her favourite beauty tips with her Instagram followers and in November she even uploaded a makeup-free picture of her bare face with zero product on it. We loved how fresh and glowing her skin looked - and she had the most youthful rosy red cheeks. The fashionista had her hair whipped back and tied with a fluffy towel in the snap and she credited Sarah Chapman for giving her an ultra-healthy glow - the same facialist that The Duchess of Sussex has used before. VB, you're in good company!

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