Bella Hadid Insists She’s Never Had Plastic Surgery, Despite Rumours To The Contrary
Bella Hadid is one of the most beautiful women in the world, for sure – but the model insists that none of that is down to cosmetic tinkering.
Speaking to InStyle, Bella said:
People think I got all this surgery or did this or that. And you know what? We can do a scan of my face, darling. I’m scared of putting fillers into my lips. I wouldn’t want to mess up my face.
Bella has long been questioned about whether she’s altered her face, and old photos of her have been doing the rounds as ‘evidence’.
By the looks of things, people aren’t buying Bella’s claims:
This is why women are insecure. You have someone like Bella Hadid completely changing her face, and having photo proof, and her flat out lying about it. There’s nothing wrong with having surgery if that makes you feel good! Just stop pretending you were born that way ?
— Elizabeth Denton (@Elizabethann1) May 31, 2018
idk what's healthier: admitting it's possible to buy a whole new face, or keeping up the charade that some people are born looking like this and if you're not then too bad. (not to single out bella btw, most celebs get surgery and don't talk about it.) https://t.co/H2jZyLasPw
— Molly Mulshine (@mollymulshine) May 31, 2018
Bella hadid denying her plastic surgery is soooo sad, her nose job is a masterpiece I would shout it from the rooftops
— ?? (@cbeauregard8) May 31, 2018
In the interview, Bella also expressed how she suffered from issues with confidence.
“I had a small waist and big hips and was kind of chubby. I love them now, but I was always self-conscious of my hips, whereas my sister had a six-pack and was very athletic. And I thought I had such a weird face. I remember very distinctly getting bullied because of my features,” she said.
It’s taken me a long time to learn not to listen. I turn my phone off and remember that the people around me are the only ones whose opinions I really care about. Why would I read those comments? They are usually coming more for my character than for my face, which is more hurtful.
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