The model told how being the ugly sister affected her.
In a very candid interview, Bella Hadid talks about how difficult it has been for her to accept her physical image and how looking perfect has cost her some sacrifices, which she now regrets.
When we think of Gigi Hadid’s younger sister, Bella Hadid , we would never think that such a beautiful woman could feel so bad about herself and that being a super model is not everything in life and she explains why. In her most recent interview for US Vogue, the former Victoria’s Secret angel opened up about her love for herself and the importance of hers.
Bella Hadid speaks for the first time about her appearance
Let’s remember that a few months ago, the super model began to open up about her mental health, because despite the fact that it seems surprising to us, one of the most beautiful women in the world has major problems with depression and anxiety.
Apparently after going public with her mental health issues, The Weeknd ‘s ex-girlfriend finally decided to open Pandora’s box of her most personal feelings and thoughts. And it is that although most of the fans of the youngest daughter of Yolanda Hadid knew that she had undergone cosmetic procedures to stylize her face, Bella had never really talked about it.
Finally, the 25-year-old model accepted that she had undergone a rhinoplasty (nose job) at the age of 14, but the truly striking fact of the revelation was that she admitted that she strongly regrets having altered her features so early. age: “I wish I had kept the nose of the ancestors,” he said in his most recent interview.
How has the high standards of beauty affected Bella Hadid?
In the same interview, the super model expressed that apart from the nose job, no other aesthetic procedure has been performed to alter her natural appearance, let’s remember Bella since the beginning of her career has been pointed out and criticized for her appearance, (even in the fashion industry).
According to her, it seems surprising that people insist that she injected her cheekbones, raised her eyebrows or had surgery on her jaw, since according to some people Hadid looks completely different from her photos in adolescence: “People think that I completely screwed up my face because of a picture of me as a teenager looking puffy. I’m pretty sure you don’t look the same now as you did when you were 13, do you? Expressing that his great physical changes are due to makeup, and the changes of age, he assured that if he uses some tricks to have a sharper face, but it is simply a facial tape, (which is removed and put on the skin).
If you thought that being constantly attacked did not affect the self-perception of the model, you are surprised to discover that after suffering so many attacks, Bella Hadid has begun to suffer from the impostor’s disease, which is summarized as a mental disorder where you do not feel worthy of what you are or you have: “People always have something to say, but what I have to say is that I have always been misunderstood in my industry and by the people around me.”
Bella Hadid talks about how much comparisons with her sister affect her
Growing up in such an attractive and successful family was undoubtedly one of the great triggers for the model to suffer from body dysmorphic disorder, (focusing on appearance and physical defects). In the interview, she confesses how difficult it has been to grow up under the shadow of her charismatic and beautiful older sister:
“I WAS THE UGLIEST SISTER. I WAS THE BRUNETTE. SHE WASN’T AS COOL AS GIGI, OR AS OUTGOING.”
How did Bella Hadid learn to deal with negative comments?
With a successful career and an impeccable reputation as a supermodel, Bella has finally learned to validate herself and focus on her own achievements: “People can say anything about how I look, how I talk, how I act. But in seven years I have never lost a job, canceled a job, been late for a job. No one can ever say that I don’t work hard,” she expressed.