Victoria Beckham admitted she has zero regrets about her more bold looks in her Spice Girls hey day.
Many famous faces would be forgiven for cringing over some old fashion fads they once showed off on stage or on the red carpet.
Often Posh Spice has been asked whether she cringes over her old photographs yet she has a completely different take.
Brushing it off, Victoria owned her so-called “cringe-worthy” skinny eyebrows and heavy lip liner looks from her youth.
Speaking on Dear Media’s Breaking Beauty podcast, the former pop star said her bold make-up looks were something of an “experimental journey”.
“You know, I’ve been so lucky to work with the best makeup artists in the industry, which has just been so, so great.” She said on the podcast.
“And I look back at pictures and people always say, “Oh, do you cringe at any of the pictures?” You know. Do I cringe at that heavy lip liner? No, it was, it was a journey.
“Do I cringe at those skinny eyebrows? No, it was a journey and way too much blush, you know, we were working so hard and we were so exhausted.
“There was a time where we were in a different country every few days. And the more and more tired that we got, the more and more blusher that we put on.”
Once upon a time Victoria was part of one of the most famous pop bands in the world with Emma Bunton, Mel B, Mel C and Geri Halliwell (now known with her married surname Horner).
As fashion royalty now, the star has opted for a more sophisticated and natural make-up palette in recent years.
Admittedly the fashion designer said there was something fun about “figuring out what worked and what didn’t work” in her Spice Girls hey day.
She added: “I think that it’s a journey and I never look back at any old pictures and cringe. I look back at all those pictures and I just think, you know what, there’s something so nice about when you’re young, you shouldn’t care too much.
“You should feel free to experiment, have fun, figuring out what works and what doesn’t work. Try out different trends accept who you are and embrace who you are.
“And be kind and be kind to other girls out there because everybody feels a little bit insecure and not fight against that.”
Her interview comes amid claims the Spice Girls will reunite next year for a sequel to their 90s film Spice World.
The instalment would be a follow-up film to their first Spice World which was released in 1997.
A source told The Sun : “The girls have been talking about how to mark the film’s anniversary and are actively considering making a tongue-in-cheek sequel.
“They have approached a screenwriter who is considering working on the project and making tentative steps forward.
“It is still in the early stages but they are talking to established names in the business, which proves they are taking a big screen comeback seriously.”
* The fullBreaking Beauty Podcastinterview is available on Apple.