We’ve change into accustomed to Bella Hadid trying a sure manner: whether or not she’s dominating the covers of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, Allure, Vogue Japan or British Vogue, glamour is sort of at all times the aesthetic. After fronting nearly each different version of Vogue, Bella makes her Vogue Russia debut for March 2019 (additionally her first cowl of the 12 months). Photographed by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Celia Azoulay, the present face of Versace and Moschino ditches the glam, sporting moist hair and nearly no make-up.
Needless to say, members of our boards had been anticipating extra. “I prefer the first cover, it looks very striking, but this new hairstyle doesn’t do her any favors. I know all the Vogues are all out on some secret androgynous agenda right now, but that doesn’t suit models like Bella,” famous Benn98.
“What the hell is that haircut,” russianelf stated.
“Yikes. She looks gorgeous in high glamour editorials and beauty shots but you strip away all that and what you’re left with is a not very versatile face for someone that’s supposed to be a supermodel,” dodencebt added.
“Both covers are tragic for more than one reason: the photographer, the hair, the pose in the first one, her lips and chin in the second one,” apple identified.
Morgane07 wasn’t impressed both: “With that lighting, makeup and hair, she looks much older. With Gigi and Bella, most of the time, when you take away the hair, e.g. Gigi in the Tom Ford eyewear ads, Bella here, it doesn’t work. Bella has always looked better with her hair pulled back or in a tight bun!”
Sharing the identical lack of enthusiasm towards the styling was SLFC: “The hair and attempted androgyny doesn’t really work here.”
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