Victoria Beckham reveals her new hairdo
Published 03/06/2010 | 12:14
When it comes to fashion, eyes never stray too far from Victoria Beckham, and her latest hairstyle has proved to be no exception.
Having recently been seen sporting tumbling blonde extensions, tight pixie-style cuts and of course 'the pob', the singer turned designer has kept us all guessing what her latest style would be and on Monday night all was revealed on the red carpet of Soho House in Los Angeles.
Enter some beachy summer tussles, a messy bed head twist and a real departure from Mrs Beckham's previously more refined styling. Having kept her hair stylishly tied back over the last few weeks and not being the sort to miss an opportunity to keep the fashion world on their toes, Victoria revealed the new style at a recent LG Phones fashion event she co-hosted with Eva Longoria Parker.
Teaming the new style with a perfectly chic silk mini from her Victoria Beckham AW10 clothing range, she looked every inch the style icon. Yet it was her hair which stole the show. Sure to be copied, the messy crop has been a hit with stylists and is sure to be one of this summer's most sought-after looks.
According to celebrity stylist Nicola Dooley, not only does Posh's new do look great on her, but the multi layered look is easy to create.
As Posh is usually known for her immaculate styling, Nicola sees the departure from her usual sleeker, sharper styles as being bang on trend and an understated, sensual summer look. For those looking to get the same effect, Nicola advises not being too precious.
"Victoria's new look is great," she says. "Short hair looks so good on her as she has sharp, well defined features. Apart from the cut, it's the messy waves that really define the style and this works so well for lots of face shapes."
When it comes to styling Nicola also says the the key is "good conditioning, a bit of diffusion and learning not to be too precious when it comes to the tousled waves.
"Tease, scrunch, define with curling irons and go - it's a great summer style."