Victoria Beckham Beauty brings Posh Spice back with new lipstick range

Victoria Beckham Beauty launches Posh Lipstick with nine classic shades

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham: Fashion designer, mother-of-four, and with the launch of Victoria Beckham Beauty she can add make-up mogul to that list as well. But to many of us, she will always be Posh Spice.

It’s fair to say VB has spent the last decade or so trying to shake off her Spice Girls nickname in favour of an edgier high fashion (opens in new tab) persona, winning a firm fan in Duchess Megan Markle (opens in new tab) while she was at it.So imagine the industry's surprise when Victoria Beckham Beauty (opens in new tab) announced the launch of a very special lipstick collection called, you guessed it, Posh.

Victoria Beckham Beauty Posh Lipstick

The Posh Lipstick Collection comprises nine ultra-moisturising lippies. Eight of which are very VB neutrals in a variety of undertones to suit all skin tones, plus one classic punchy red.

Several of the shade names make a cheeky nod to Victoria's pop past including Spice, a mid tone ginger, Girl, a light neutral peach and Pout, a pale coral pink

SHOP NOW: Victoria Beckham Beauty Posh Lipstick in Pout, £34, Victoriabeckhambeauty.com (opens in new tab)

As with every make-up launch by Victoria Beckham Beauty the emphasis is on ‘clean luxury.’ The creamy formula is infused with natural candelilla, jojoba and rose flower waxes, plus coconut and avocado oil to soften and repair dry lips.

The packaging is, well, as posh as you’d expect - a sleek tortoiseshell casewith a neat slimline bullet that makes applying a breeze.

 

SHOP NOW: Victoria Beckham Beauty Posh Lipstick in Fringe, £34, Victoriabeckhambeauty.com (opens in new tab)

But why resurrect Posh Spice now?

The lady herself revealed all in a series of Instagram posts, saying,

“I was given the name Posh in 1996 over lunch with Peter Loraine of Top of the Pops magazine and the rest of the Spice girls, I can’t say it was my first choice but ultimately I grew into it on my own terms. I was young and being Posh helped me find my style and confidence, and my voice.

After the Spice Girls, I distanced myself from the nickname because it had unwavering momentum of its own. I wanted to find my own direction. Now, years later I look back at that formative time with appreciation. Posh forever changed the course of my life, opening the door for me to go after my dreams.

This week I celebrate Posh with the launch of Posh Lipstick. It is deeply personal - lipstick has always given me confidence when I needed it and extra spice when I already had it. Each shade is inspired by a specific memory, and whilst the moments may have been my own, the energy and emotion is shared by us all.

This is an ode to our lifelong journeys of self discovery as women. Posh is back. xVB”

Well I can’t argue with that. Is anyone else feeling emotional all of a sudden?

SHOP NOW: Victoria Beckham Beauty Posh Lipstick in Pop, £34, Victoriabeckhambeauty.com (opens in new tab)

The Victoria Beckham Beauty Posh Lipstick Collection includes:

  • Pixi : pale peach nude
  • Girl : light neutral peach
  • Spice : mid-tone ginger
  • Fringe : deep copper brown
  • Pout : pale coral pink
  • Sway : light berry pink
  • Pose : mid-tone mauve
  • Play : rich plum berry
  • Pop: Victoria Beckham red

SHOP NOW: Victoria Beckham Beauty Posh Lipstick, £34, Victoriabeckhambeauty.com (opens in new tab)

 

 

 

Fiona McKim
Fiona McKim

 As woman&home's Beauty Channel Editor, Fiona Mckim has tried more products than she’s had hot dinners and nothing makes her happier than raving about brilliant finds on womanandhome.com or her instagram grid (@fionamckim if you like hair experiments and cute shih-tzus). Fiona joined woman&home as Assistant Beauty Editor in 2013 under industry legend Jo GB, who taught her everything she needed to know (learn about ingredients and employ extreme cynicism). She has since covered every corner of the industry, from interviewing dermatologists and celebrities to reporting backstage at Fashion Week and judging the w&h Beauty Awards.