"I was given the name Posh in 1996 over lunch with Peter Loraine of Top of The Pops Magazine and the rest of the Spice Girls. I can’t say it would’ve been my first choice, but I ultimately grew into it on my own terms, I was young and shy, and being Posh helped me find my style and confidence, and my voice. After the Spice Girls, I distanced myself from the nickname because it had unwavering momentum of its own. Posh forever changed the course of my life, opening the door for me to go after my dreams. Each shade is inspired by a specific memory, and whilst the moments may have been my own, the energy and emotional is shared by us all."
Launching October 3rd
"Lipstick is so personal for me. I’ve been searching for the perfect nude since my Spice Girl days and the Posh Lipstick Edit is a wardrobe of my essentials — the signature neutrals I love to wear every day, in a supremely clean formula that truly moisturizes and cares for lips"
Spice is a mid-tone ginger — my absolute perfect, foolproof nude. It works with every makeup look.
Pout is a pale coral pink and I’m almost always wearing it in some way. I use it alone for the most amazing youthful pink lip, or I layer it over Spice or Pose, in the centre of my lips, for a pinky highlight. It’s my secret to create extra pout and dimension.
Pose is a versatile mid-tone mauve that perfectly balances a smoky eye look.
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