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"No makeup but 27 filters": this video of Victoria Beckham getting out of the shower that annoys her fans


David Beckham's wife shared a video with her 30 million subscribers this Saturday, January 21. She claims to get out of the shower, her face completely clean, before her beauty tutorial.

On her Instagram account, Victoria is used to chatting with her fans via her Instagram stories.

The designer gives beauty advice and often lends herself to makeup tutorials.

Saturday January 21, she wanted to share her make-up routine and thus promote her own line of cosmetics.

Taking a selfie with her phone, the wife of former footballer David Beckham explained that she was coming out of her shower, her face 100% natural.

“I have no makeup on, just my power serum and cell rejuvenating moisturizer, so my skin is prepped,” she said.

An assertion which however questioned – even irritated – its 30.5 million followers.

"No makeup but 27 filters," wrote one user.

"It's a non-makeup makeup," laughed a second subscriber.

And another, more virulent, to outbid: “You have a concealer under your eyes.

Why is it so hard to just be honest.

We wouldn't think anything if you told us you had concealer on, you're beautiful anyway."

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The designer did not respond to the controversy.

Currently in Paris as part of Fashion Week, it is not impossible that she made up to go to the men's fashion show of the Loewe brand, fall-winter 2023-2024 collection, which took place this Saturday, January 21.

Several well-known personalities have been seen there: Timothée Chalamet, Naomi Campbell and Luca Guadagnino.

Source: lefigaro

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