Renowned pop artist and entrepreneur Victoria Beckham, popularly known as Posh Spice from the Spice Girls, recently dispelled ongoing speculations regarding her undergoing plastic surgery. Addressing rumors during a makeup tutorial video on Instagram, Beckham confirmed that her alleged 'nose job' was indeed a myth.

The acclaimed singer and founder of Victoria Beckham Beauty was sharing beauty tips with her followers, demonstrating how to achieve a well-defined face using her "Contour Stylus" product. Amidst her tutorial, Beckham unveiled her secret to a slender-looking nose, a detail that has often sparked rumors of cosmetic surgery.

Beckham enlightened fans on her technique of creating an illusion of a slim nose line, attributing it to drawing two lines along her nose bridge, followed by a small "v" on the tip. She further emphasized leaving the center part of her nose product-free to give it a "longer and slimmer and narrow" appearance, as per Mirror UK.

Expressing her preference for finger application over using a brush for an evenly blended result, Beckham proceeded to address the elephant in the room. "Now I have never had a nose job. I've heard so many times that I had - I have not," she affirmed.

Instead, she attributed the slender appearance of her nose to her fondness for contouring, a makeup technique that enhances facial structure.

In an earlier interview with "This Morning", Beckham remained transparent about her stance on plastic surgery. She expressed her preference for embracing her natural self, saying, "I would rather celebrate who I am and be the best version of myself rather than change too much."

However, she refrained from entirely dismissing the possibility of future plastic surgery, advising fans to "never say never".

Despite her openness, Beckham's stance on cosmetic surgery has been a source of confusion for some. A 2017 letter penned by her to her younger self in British Vogue seemed to contradict her current position, as she appeared to admit to breast augmentation surgery. In the heartfelt letter, she expressed regret over her denial of the procedure, writing, "And I should probably say, don't mess with your boobs. All those years I denied it - stupid. A sign of insecurity."