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Entertainment Victoria Beckham says her Spice Girls make-up was a 'journey'

19:51  05 may  2021
19:51  05 may  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Victoria Beckham has insisted that she doesn't cringe over her past make-up looks during the Spice Girls as it was all a 'journey' and she 'didn't care' at the time.

Talking about her time in the girl band in a new candid podcast, the fashion designer, 47, even joked that her four children often comment on how 'cool' she used to be - to which she quipped: 'Oh, wow. Does that mean I'm not now?'

Victoria also revealed that superstar Beyoncé once told her that it was the Spice Girls - made up of Victoria, Mel B, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Mel C - that initially inspired her own singing career.

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The group shot to fame in 1996, they split up in 2000 after Geri (Ginger Spice) decided to leave in 1998, but have briefly reunited over the years. Although Victoria decided to not join the foursome for their most recent tour Spice World in 2019.

Talking on Dear Media's Breaking Beauty podcast alongside Sarah Creal, co-founder of Victoria Beckham Beauty, Victoria reflected: 'You know, I've been so lucky to work with the best makeup artists in the industry, which has just been so, so great.

'And 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.

'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.

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Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell posing for a photo: 'Cool': Talking about her time in the girl band in a new candid podcast, the fashion designer, 47, even joked that her four children often comment on how 'cool' she used to be - to which she quipped: 'Oh, wow. Does that mean I'm not now?' (pictured centre with the group in 1996) © Provided by Daily Mail 'Cool': Talking about her time in the girl band in a new candid podcast, the fashion designer, 47, even joked that her four children often comment on how 'cool' she used to be - to which she quipped: 'Oh, wow. Does that mean I'm not now?' (pictured centre with the group in 1996)

'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.'

Victoria joked that they even used to get told off by their makeup artists at the time as they would go on stage with an 'entire palette' on their faces.

She continued: 'Our makeup artists used to say: "Now I'm going to be the blusher police", you know, because we would just go on stage, honestly, looking like someone had thrown an entire palette at us.

'Because the more tired you are, you feel more awake if you have more blush and more and more lip gloss, if you like. So I don't look at anything and cringe. Um, I look at us all and it makes me smile because, you know, we didn't care.

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'We wore what made us feel good. And we weren't worried is this the newest, coolest, and we set trends because there was no fear.

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'You know, knowing what I know now, when I have the nerve or the guts to go on stage in a PVC catsuit. Absolutely not, but back then it was okay. And that was great.'

Victoria revealed that her four children who she shares with husband David Beckham - Brooklyn, 22, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 16, and Harper, nine - often comment on how 'cool' she used to be while looking at old photos from the Spice Girls.

The star quipped: 'It seems like such a long time ago. My God, my kids say to me, They look at old paparazzi pictures and they're like: "Mum, you were so cool."'

To which Victoria jokingly added: 'Oh wow, does that mean I'm not now?'

The star added that the Spice Girls was always about 'accepting who you are' and that it was 'okay to be different', a message which inspired none other than Beyoncé.

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Victoria recalled: 'Let's not try and change who we are. Let's celebrate who we are. Let's celebrate the fact that we're all different, which is why inclusivity is so important to us, you know, I mean, when we talk about Spice Girls.

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'I don't talk about it that much anymore, but what I remembered as you were just talking to me about it and how we inspired lots of young women.

'You know, when I'm I met Beyoncé a few years ago and she actually said to me, it was the Spice Girls that inspired me and made me want to do what I do and made me proud to be a girl, proud to be who I am.

'And when someone like Beyoncé, who is so iconic and such a strong woman, says that she was inspired by the Spice Girls. You know, I think that that's quite something.'

Victoria went on to reveal what lessons she might want to pass onto her four children and said that it's important people shouldn't 'care too much'.

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She said of her life: 'I think that it's a journey and I never look back at any old pictures and cringe. 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.

'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.'

Victoria added that she always encourages daughter Harper to be the 'kindest girl in the room' as she used to be bullied when she was a child.

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The star continued: 'I always just say, you know, be the kindest girl in the room. It's not important who is the smartest at school? It's not important. Who is the prettiest?

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'It's who is the kindest - be that little girl, but if there is someone in the playground that's on her own. Be kind to her, because guess what? Mummy was that little girl. I was bullied at school and I was miserable.

'So always be the little girl that's that's encouraging for whatever reason. Um, and have, have fun, have fun with beauty. And I think that what's nice now is I feel that we are being kinder to each other.'

Victoria was also asked what her favourite Mother's Day gifts are and she admitted that she still carries a little tiny house Brooklyn once made her.

She insisted: 'I keep everything that the kids ever give me. And those things really are so valuable. And I genuinely, I genuinely mean that.'

Victoria also said that despite the coronavirus pandemic being 'tough' it has been 'wonderful' spending time with her family.

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Although the star joked that she once 'lost it' due to the Beckhams' busy schedules and various Zoom meetings.

Victoria said: 'I think the last year being at home, um, you know, look, it's been tough for a lot of people, but I, I think it's been a wonderful time to really spend time with, with the family.

'You know, myself and David, we all spend so much time travelling and working and the fact that we haven't been able to really do a lot of either.

'I mean, even the working has been remote, which has been, uh, it's been fun. It's been a challenge. It's been goodness. I mean, there was a time when we were here in Miami and I was working remotely.

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'We had Paris on the Zoom. We had New York on the Zoom. We had London on the Zoom. We had Miami on the Zoom and then there was Harper in one room doing her lessons.

'There was Cruz doing his mock GCSEs in the other room and I just lost it because it was so much going on. I mean, you know, but all joking aside, it's been great to spend real quality time with the family.

'I think it's probably made a lot of us really look at our work life balance. It's made us realise that we can work remotely so we can spend more time at home. That doesn't mean we have to compromise as a professional.'

Victoria admitted that she can find her multiple Zoom meetings 'soul destroying' and that she likes to unwind with dancing or her daily remote Tracy Anderson sessions, which she has been doing since pregnant with Harper in 2011.

Listen to Victoria's full interview on the Breaking Beauty Podcast, available on Apple.

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