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Bella Hadid Just Tried Out Bright Red Hair – Glamour

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Bella Hadid is considering going bright red—according to her latest Instagram, at least. The supermodel posted a pic of herself wearing a red-red wig on Tuesday, October 19, with a simple caption: “Should I?” Well, people, what do you think? Bella Hadid is asking your opinion! Should she go bold red à la Ariel from The Little Mermaid
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Hadid's shoulder-length wig is styled with some beachy texture, and it features shaggy bangs. Honestly, it would be such a fun change for fall, but I'm not holding my breath that Hadid will take the plunge. Red shades are notorious for fading quickly, so something this bright would take a lot of maintenance.
In the pic, Hadid paired the wig with a subtle, rosy-brown turtleneck sweater. The hair screams summer, but the ’fit is autumnal A.F. And she kept her makeup minimal to really let the wig sing…you know, like Ariel. 
Bella Hadid has been experimenting a lot with her hair these days. For her 25th birthday in early October, she pulled off side bangs straight out of 2009. And in August, she wore orange bangs that were serving early-2000s punk rock. A little bit before that, she had a blonde bob. That's several major hair (or wig) changes in the span of just a few months. 
Hadid opened up to British Vogue about her hair back in 2017. “A tight bun or ponytail is always my go-to hair—I like to keep my hair out of my face, especially when I’m working because it’s easy and I don’t have to think about it,” she said. “My secret? A lot of hairspray. And a lot of gel. I used to use my brother’s mousse that he used on his hair, so I stole it and he’s probably mad at me that I did that.”





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