Not just a pretty face…
He had an illustrious career as a footballer, has built a fragrance empire (Instinct is up there with the best selling celebrity fragrances of all time) and he has lent his gorgeous face to more labels than you can count on one hand.
But, despite his endless franchises, endorsements and charity events, it seems David Beckham always has time to try new things.
Now, his latest venture with beauty brand, Biotherm, will see him adding ‘skincare specialist’ to his CV.
According to WWD, not only will Beckham be the face of the new Biotherm Homme line, he will also co-create the collection of men’s grooming products, set to launch next year.
And yeah, ok, we agree, how much does an ex-footballer really know about beauty? But you have to admit that Beckham is impeccably groomed and so the most likely fit for the job, right?
In the past, he’s admitted to taking beauty tips from his wife, Victoria Beckham (she once famously said, ‘David and I share our beauty products’) and he’s even admitted to preferring a manicure over any other pampering treatment when he’s feeling indulgent – the sign of a man definitely in touch with his feminine side.
Is there anything this man can’t do? Apparently not.