And gave a tiny hint about her own upcoming beauty line.
Seven months ago, at the ten year anniversary of brand Victoria Beckham, VB uploaded a video to YouTube to share that she was one of many celebrities to appear to have been coerced into creating more YouTube content by YouTube’s new Director of Fashion & Beauty, Derek Blasberg. “Apparently people want it. It’s what they want, what they really really want,” said VB in the video. Since then, we’ve gained beauty tutorials from Alexa Chung,Naomi Campbell and Victoria Beckham (thank you, Derek Blasberg, get Gwyneth Paltrow next, please) and lost a whole lot of money to their skincare and make-up routines.
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VB revealed she only lets Anastasia Soare, CEO and founder of cult beauty brand Anastasia Beverly Hill touch her brows, which, if you don’t know, is the beauty equivalent of having Steve Jobs fix your smashed iPhone screen or Karl Lagerfeld sew a loose button back on your shirt. Gimme a break, it’s Monday, I’ll find some more up to date references next time.
“I haven’t touched my brows since I last saw you,” Beckham told Soare in her hotel room. “Do you have tweezers with you? I just want to pluck just a little bit underneath, I want to keep them quite, sort of, bushy.”
In the most extra of beauty introductions, Beckham explains that she met Soare when Naomi Campbell sent Soare to do Beckham’s brows when she first moved to LA. “I only ever use Anatasia’s eyebrow products,” says Beckham, “because as I always say, she is the eyebrow expert.”
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The entrepreneurs talked about how they started their brands – VB was only focused on creating the perfect dress while Anastasia Soare spent thirteen years perfecting her cult brow products – and while combing through Beckham’s brows, Soare had Beckham reveal a little about her upcoming make-up line. “We have a strategy that takes us up until 2022 so it will be everything from makeup to skincare and then wellness,” Beckham explained. “But very, very focused so not lots and lots of products.”