David and Victoria Beckham Share Beauty Products—Here Are Their Favourite Ones
I imagine that when David and Victoria Beckham first professed their love for one another, there was some sort of cosmic explosion far off in the deep void of space. Much like the big bang, this union of pop singer and soccer star initiated some mysterious sequence of events that would forever dictate the course of human history—and it did, at least for the style and beauty enthusiasts among us. Ever since they joined forces, we've seen their sky-high rise to fame and fortune. Victoria for her fashion label and minimalist approach to beauty and David for his equally as impressive style and grooming endeavours.
My admiration for the Beckhams led me to the discovery that I have something in common with David. Yep, as it turns out, we both look to his wife for beauty tips, tricks, and product recommendations. That's according to his brand-new Into the Gloss interview, in which he indulges us with an in-depth discussion on beauty and grooming. Keep scrolling to see both of the Beckhams' favourite beauty products.
Tom Ford Intensive Purifying Mud Mask ($100)
This mask may be marketed specifically toward men, but skincare is skincare, right? It uses kaolin and bentonite clay, charcoal powder, aloe, and algae to draw out dirt, oil, and toxins while hydrating the skin. Ginger and ginseng provide brightening and antioxidant powers.
"Making the time to go for a nice facial is important," Beckham continued. "It doesn't just make you look better, it makes you feel great as well. There's an amazing girl in London called Sarah Chapman, and Sarah's incredible. She makes really great products that I've used over the years. But sometimes I take my products down there and say, 'use these.'"
Tom Ford Bronzing Gel ($79)
Nowadays, David Beckham reaches for his own line of products called House 99. However, until more of his own products come out, he'll be using an under-the-radar Tom Ford bronzing gel. "Something I'm quite excited about is our new House 99 bronzing moisturiser that will launch in 2019," he said. "There's nothing wrong with having a moisturiser that has a certain amount of tint in it, and I'm quite excited about the bronzer."