We Can All Look Like Victoria Beckham Now 'Cause Posh Is Launching A Beauty Brand

The former Spice Girl has announced she's launching her own beauty line, creatively named: Victoria Beckham Beauty.

Victoria Beckham aka Posh Spice appears to be clearly attuned to this broken world's need for yet another celebrity beauty brand because that's exactly what she's giving us.

And why not!

The fashion designer took to Instagram using the hashtag #vbbeauty to share the news that she will be launching Victoria Beckham Beauty.

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In the video, the former Spice Girl announces that she is "so excited to be launching Victoria Beckham Beauty later this year", before panning to a mirror which has VBBEAUTY scrawled across it in a nude lipstick.

No word yet on what products will be part of the line.

In an official statement obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, Beckham said she wants to "to take care of women inside and out" by "providing them with the must-have items in make-up, skincare, fragrance and wellness that I feel I need in my own life."

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For those playing at home, this isn't the first time Beckham has dipped her toe into the makeup pool.

Back in 2016, she collaborated with Estee Lauder to create a line inspired by her favourite cities -- Los Angeles, London, New York, and Paris.

In an interview on the brand's website, Beckham said that "I have worked with makeup artists since I was 18 years old."

I have seen pictures of myself and learned what works and what doesn't."

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Oh honey, you've come a long way. Source: Getty

Beckham recently came under fire over an 'athleisure' collection she released with Reebok.

Many fans ended up pointing out that some pieces from the collaboration are very similar to other Reebok items in the brand's catalogue, but with much higher price tags.

However, one savvy fashion follower pointed out that while Reebok isn't a luxury brand, the 10-year-old Victoria Beckham brand does carry a higher price tag so it's not surprising the collab costs more.

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