New York hairdressers weighed in on former Victoria Beckham’s new look as the former Spice Girl attempts to blend in living in California by going from brunette to blonde. “Unlike Britney, Posh is taking a step in the right direction,” Oscar Bond of Oscar Bond Salon and Spa in SoHo tells The New York Daily News. “It suits her face, and the color and cut were done very well. I wouldn’t call her Posh anymore, but it does make her very L.A. – it’s a nice choice for her new life.”
Posh’s Oscar Dress Ruined After Getting Lost In Flight
The Sunday Mirror reports former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham was left in tears when her luggage, containing the stunning white Azzedine Alaia dress Becks bought for her to wear to Elton John’s Oscar bash, went missing for two days. When they did turn up, her beloved possessions, which also included a one-off pair of Jimmy Choo shoes as well as the dress, had been ruined because they’d been left in the rain.
Posh: I Love My New Hair Color
Victoria Beckham rang Victoria Newton of The Sun on Wednesday to say her new blonde hairdo makes her feel “like a new woman.” The former Spice Girl explained, “I love my new hair color, I’ve certainly got a spring in my step. And I’m keen to see if blondes really do have more fun! I thought it was very suitable for when we move to LA as well. It’s a bit of a sun-kissed Californian look, I hope. It took a whole day to do and I kept sending David pictures to check he approves.”
Posh Signs Reality TV Deal With NBC
Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has signed on with NBC for a new reality show, with Simon Fuller’s 19 Entertainment producing, which will offer a look inside the life of the former Spice Girl as she moves from London to Los Angeles. “I am so excited to be making this show for NBC with Simon Fuller. He has so much success around the world with his TV shows and the respect and trust of everybody he works with,” Beckham said in a statement. “This show is really something different, it’s pushing the boundaries and I think it’s going to surprise a lot of people.”