Another day, another look! International model Bella Hadid knows it all, and especially how to win hearts. While the Hadid sisters are all busy in celebrations, clearly, for them, work is must, Bella Hadid arrived looking her best at the Dior Fashion show in Paris. After Gigi Hadid walking the ramp recently, younger sister, Bella Hadid made a candid appearance and flaunted her new hairstyle all the way. Looking at her best always, what was most shocking to watch was, Bella managing to slay her hairdo, right before the fashion show. Clearly, this Hadid sister loves to give surprises and makes sure they are good ones.
In pictures shared on Instagram, Bella Hadid looked charming and beautiful in her new hairstyle. As she loves the short hairstyles very much, it looks like Bella opted for the freshly-extended locks and sexy bangs for the Dior fashion show. At the event, flaunting her new hairdo, Bella arrived, dressed in a black turtleneck shirt paired perfectly with a silver thick chain and pair of gloves. In the picture from the fashion show, the model is seen wearing an asymmetrical buttoned skirt and her luxurious leather jacket adds on to the full show. Also Read: Supermodel Gigi Hadid Officially Dismissed As A Prospective Juror In Harvey Weinstein’s Rape And Sex Abuse Trial
While Bella Hadid looks dressed to impress with her new fringe hairstyle, with minimal makeup, and pink lips the model looks scintillating. With flawless and glowing skin, Bella is a sight to the eyes and kills you with her monochromatic ensemble.
Meanwhile, as Bella Hadid has perfectly evolved from the bob hairstyle to the new bangs and fringe hairstyle, she looks like a total slayer. Amidst news of Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik patching up, reports state that Bella is completely supportive of her elder sister rekindling her romance with the Flames singer.
Image source: Instagram/ Bella Hadid
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