The supermodel has spoken out for the first time about her looks and plastic surgery rumors in a candid interview about her struggles with anxiety and self-acceptance.
Bella Hadid has confessed that she regrets having a nose job when she was 14 years old and has spoken openly about her mental health problems in an interview for the US edition of ‘Vogue’ magazine.
The supermodel has been accused numerous times of having resorted to plastic surgery to lift her eyes or fill in her lips, but she adamantly denies it.. “People think I completely screwed up my face because of a picture of me from when I was a teenager and where I looked swollen.. I’m pretty sure you don’t look the same now as you did when you were 13, do you? I have never used padding. Let’s put an end to that. Whoever thinks I’ve got my eyes up or whatever their name is, it’s face tape! The oldest trick & rdquor ;, she has pointed out her.
Referring to her nose job, the mannequin, now 25, has assured the publication that she wishes she hadn’t had the operation: “I wish I had kept the nose of my ancestors”, has explained. “I think he would have grown up with her.”
Hadid’s comments have gone viral, and Many of her fans wonder how the star was able to undergo the surgery at such a young age.
The mannequin, who maintains a discreet relationship with art director Marc Kalman, has also recounted what it was like to grow up being known as “the ugliest sister” compared to her older sister Gigi Hadid, also a model. It was the brunette. She was not as cool as Gigi, nor as outgoing & rdquor ;, holds. “That’s really what people said about me. And unfortunately when they tell you things so many times, you just believe them & rdquor ;, she has recognized.
She herself has reflected how someone on her profile considers herself insecurewith anxiety and depression problems and who “hates being touched & rdquor ;, ended up entering the fashion business. If he got it, he says, it’s because he got a “good actress & rdquor; and that she always felt that she had “something to prove”. “In seven years I have never lost, canceled or been late for a job & rdquor ;, she defends. “No one can say I don’t work hard & rdquor ;, concludes.