Victoria Beckham manages to look effortlessly glam whatever the occasion. Whether she’s hitting a red-carpet, attending a launch party, or just relaxing at home, there’s no chance she’ll be caught looking anything less than flawless.
Fashion, make-up, skincare, and her fitness routine aside, there’s one other thing that sets VB apart from the rest; her glossy and gorgeous brunette locks.
As someone who’s visited our Atelier and praised Josh Wood Colour’s Sulphate-free hair products on Instagram, Victoria is fully invested in maintaining and occasionally updating her signature hair colour and style.
By 2010, Victoria had moved away from the edgy bob she used to rock in the 00s. As seen at the 2011 royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton, she began embracing a sophisticated sleek ponytail that we’ve been trying to replicate ever since.
Victoria Beckham's hair is famous for its texture rather than its volume. Her glossy locks are sleek, shiny, and nourished. Condition is extra important for anyone with dark chestnut hair as deeper shades can sometimes look one-dimensional when they’re lacking in hydration. To recreate Victoria's signature glossy locks at home include a deep-conditioning mask in your beauty ritual, such as our Miracle Mask.
Even though Victoria rarely makes a bold statement with her hair, she has been known to switch things up on occasion. Her wet-look curly style hair in 2012 set a trend that’s since been followed by everyone from Kim Kardashian to Cara Delevingne.
While the rest of her look is ultra-polished and refined, Victoria is famous for embracing an off-duty style when it comes to her hair. These days, she’s all about a loose low ponytail with soft tendrils framing her face.
This look is super easy to achieve as Victoria is known to enjoy styling her own hair at home with curling tongs and straighteners. On her beauty platform, World of Victoria Beckham, the businesswoman shares her favourite beauty, haircare, and wellness products with fans.
Not everything is as expensive as you’d imagine, proving that A-list hair isn’t always attached to a huge price tag.
When it comes to colour, Victoria has rarely strayed from her brunette roots.
For a period of time in 2012, she opted for rich caramel tones to add dimension and warmth to her usual look. But, just a few months later, her hair colour was back to its deep brunette base.
Victoria has a simple approach when it comes to hair. She’s all about the condition of her locks and prefers very small subtle hair colour changes that look natural and refined. Once you’ve found a winning formula, why break it?