Bella Hadid just sported a bowl haircut with completely shaven-off sides and fans are divided

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Photo credit: Jerritt Clark - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jerritt Clark - Getty Images

Bella Hadid is the ultimate hair chameleon. The model has sported every kind of hair look possible. We’ve had side fringes that gave us flashbacks to our year nine days, incredible plaited ponytails and even a 60s mod pixie cut (though, we’re still convinced the inspo may have come from JoJo Siwa, tbh).

Now, the model has done it again – but this time, she’s sporting quite possibly her most daring hair look yet. In new pictures posted on Instagram, the model has a bowl cut. But we’re not talkin’ an overgrown, mullet-like bowl cut. Bella's version only covers the very top of her head, while the sides of her hair are completely bald. She then has extra, extra long lengths at the back of her head.

To top it off, Bella also seems to have no eyebrows, making those shaven-off sides stand out even more. All in all, it sure is a look.

In the caption, the younger Hadid sister simply tagged fashion label Marc Jacobs, leading us to believe that she hasn’t actually shaven off the sides of her hair and gotten a bowl cut. In fact, we’re fairly sure she’s wearing a bald cap over her real hair as part of a modelling job.

But still, how real does it look? It’s giving us Gary Oldman aka Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg in Fifth Element vibes. But way chicer, of course.

Of course the post was inundated with comments, which definitely had a mixed reaction:


“bella what happened with your hair😭”

“oh my goodness .. flawless”

“Bella what did they do to you babe😭”

“Literally slay”

“I love you but what is this”

I think it’s fair to say the internet is pretty divided on this one. But one thing we can all agree on? If anybody can pull it off, it’s Bella.

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