“I wish I had the nose of my ancestors.”
After facing speculation of plastic surgery in adolescence and young adulthood, Bella Hadid is setting records straight.
Speaking to Vogue for the magazine’s April cover story, Bella explained her history of cosmetic procedures — and explained why it’s one she regrets.
“I wish I had the nose of my ancestors,” said the supermodel, now 25, while referring to a rhinoplasty she had at age 14. “I think I would have grown into it.”
She has also used dermal fillers and surgically replaced various parts of her face according to long-standing rumors – the internet has been reassured several times that she has had her eyes raised and jaws reduced. Is – Bella said there is no truth to those claims.
“People think I’ve totally messed with my face because of a picture of me looking bloated as a teenager,” Bella said. “I’m pretty sure you don’t look like you did when you were 13, right? I’ve never used filler. Let’s get over it. I don’t have a problem with it, but it’s me Not for.”
“Whoever thinks I’ve taken my eyes off—or whatever it’s called—it’s face tape! That’s the oldest trick in the book,” she continued, adding that public accusations about body modification have led to imposter syndrome. have contributed to their experiences, a psychological condition characterized by feelings of self-doubt and unworthiness.
Bella shared, “I have this impostor syndrome where people make me feel like I don’t deserve it.” “People always have something to say, but what I have to say is that I have always been misunderstood in my industry and by those around me.”
Bella talked about how her early comparisons with older sister Gigi Hadid ultimately affected how she saw herself as well. “I was the ugly sister. I was the brunette. I wasn’t cool like Gigi, not outgoing,” she said. “That’s actually what people have said about me. And unfortunately when you’re told many times, you just believe it.”
“I always ask myself, the girl with incredible insecurities, anxiety, depression, body-image issues, eating issues, who hates to be touched, who has intense social anxiety — what was I doing in this business?”
“But over the years I became a good actress. I put on a very smiley face, or a very strong face. I always felt like I had something to prove,” Bella recalled.
She said, “Anything people can say about how I look, how I speak, how I work. But in seven years I’ve never quit, canceled my job, got late.” ,” He said. “No one can ever say I don’t work my ass off.”
Watch the full interview here.