David Beckham wore teal eyeshadow as magazine cover star (Getty)
David Beckham wore teal eyeshadow as magazine cover star (Getty)

David Beckham wears teal eyeshadow on new magazine cover and people love it

The football player donned the look on the new cover of Love magazine 

Chelsea Ritschel
Tuesday 08 January 2019 17:30
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Proving his fashion versatility, David Beckham has been featured on the cover of the new issue of Love magazine in teal eyeshadow.

The retired football star completed the look with a custom-made white Dior blazer, a striped shirt and his neck tattoos tinted to match his eye makeup for the magazine’s first "moving" image issue.

On a photo of the cover shared to Instagram, the magazine wrote: “From the very first time he set foot on the field, David Beckham knew he wanted to be a football player."

Since sharing the photo of its newest cover star, which has received more than 30,000 likes, the 43-year-old’s makeup look has been met with praise.

“Totally up for Beckham in eyeliner,” one person wrote.

Another commented: “Real men wear eyeshadow - and look hot. The end.”

While posing for the magazine, which included rubbing the brightly coloured eyeliner down his face, Beckham opened up about his football career - and his lack of confidence as a young boy.

“I was always that kid in the corner that didn’t really say much,” he told the magazine. “I knew that once I was on the field, I was confident. It was all I ever wanted - to be a professional footballer.”

In addition to trying out new makeup trends, Beckham is also expanding his horizon when it comes to fashion - with the football star recently announcing a new collaboration between his clothing line and Peaky Blinders.

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