Victoria Beckham delighted her 24.4 million Instagram fans on Wednesday morning with the most exciting news about her career - she is launching her very first beauty brand! The wife of David Beckham shared a video of her standing in front of a mirror with 'Beauty' written over it in pink lipstick. - how very chic. Wearing a monochrome stripe top, she told her followers: "I am very excited to announce that I am about to launch Victoria Beckham Beauty!" she added: "Cannot wait to be able to share it with you!! Subscribe at the link in bio for exclusive news and updates. #VBBeauty x Kisses". Later that day, VB shared MORE details of her upcoming range - and fans were excited to hear it's going to be affordable. "For all of you asking, #VBBeauty will be cruelty free, inclusive for all skin tones, and available at an accessible luxury price-point."
Victoria is big on beauty
Although makeup and beauty is different to bags and shoes, this move comes as no major surprise to big fans of VB. During a Facebook Live back in March last year, the 44-year-old announced: "I am currently in the process of creating my own colour, my own line of skincare creams, and a perfume. As a woman, I want to make the things I need in my life, the things that are missing."
Translucent powder, £29, Laura Mercier
And of course, back in 2016, the former Spice Girl collaborated with makeup giant Estée Lauder where she launched a 14-piece product collection. Her bronzing powders, lipsticks and eyeshadows sold out immediately.
Skin Food moisturiser, £9, Weleda
The fashion mogul often shares her favourite beauty buys with fans on social media - name checking products she regularly uses. Recently, the brunette beauty revealed she loves a variety of purse-busting buys including The Organic Pharmacy's self tan, as well as face cream by Dr. Barbara Sturm.
Not everything she enjoys is mega pricey though - VB also swears by the Caudalie Beauty Elixir which you can pick up for £10, the Laura Mercier Translucent powder which costs £29 and of course - the Weleda Skin Food moisturiser which incredibly costs just £9. And who can forget her Poundland beauty buy? Not us!