Bella Hadid Looks So Chic With This Micro Bob and Blunt Bangs

Bella Hadid revealed what she would look like with a micro bob in a late October Instagram post. 

Granted, it’s a wig, but it’s still very chic. The cut is asymmetrical with short, straight bangs. It’s very Blade Runner meets Chicago’s Catherine Zeta-Jones. 

The micro-bob Instagram is actually a video Hadid did with designer LaQuan Smith. Watch it for yourself (and see the bob!) here. 

Bella Hadid always understands the assignment as a model; she can pull off nearly any look and is always pushing the boundaries. In the past she’s experimented with a blonde bob, orange bangs, aughts-inspired side bangs, chunky ’90s-inspired highlights, and gray hair. The list could honestly go on for days. Most recently, Hadid tried out vibrant red hair with bangs. (It was another wig, but she was giving Ariel from The Little Mermaid.)

While Hadid is always trying out new looks and pushing the boundaries, she’s also very open and honest about her experience as a model. In 2017, Hadid told Elle U.K., “It’s not very giving, being a model, it doesn’t warm your heart. It’s not as rewarding for the soul as most things. It’s really tough. You’re going to get scrutinized for anything that you do. So if you’re skinny and have a sick body and you don’t have a butt, people are going to say, ‘Why do you have no butt?’ And then you go and get a fake butt, and they get mad at you because you have a fake butt. And then you don’t have boobs, and it’s just a whole circulating circle.” 

She continued, “The hardest part is being judged, and that’s what they talk to me about. It’s really sad because it doesn’t happen just in America or just in Europe, it happens everywhere in the world. Bullying is a crazy thing. I have a whole angel family. I think that there’s a lot of beautiful spiritual beings in the world. They’re just floating, and they’re around if you feel a need for them. I draw strength from that completely. It’s definitely how I’ve gotten through the past year and stayed sane.” 

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