Are Bella Hadid's Bangs Real? Let's Take A Look At Them From All Angles — PHOTOS
You may have missed it, what with the plunging neckline and the high slit going on in this dress, but Bella Hadid just rocked some bangs on the Cannes Film Festival red carpet, according to Us Weekly, and if you're wondering if Bella Hadid's bangs are real, here's what we know about her choppy new 'do.
Hadid has been killing it in the fashion department at Cannes, and her latest look is no exception. The 19-year-old walked the red carpet at a screening for The Unknown Girl on Wednesday, and made jaws completely drop with her red Alexandre Vauthier Couture gown. Not just because the gown was gorgeous (which it obviously was), but also because that thigh high slit caused a serious wardrobe malfunction. Let's just say — there was a lot of naked going on at that screening.
So if you weren't too distracted to notice her hair, then you're probably wondering if those side-swept bangs are real. Hadid wore her hair in a retro updo, with some obviously new fringe sweeping across her forehead. It totally works for her, especially with the glam gown, and if these new bangs are the real deal, I'm absolutely not mad about it. But are they?
First of all, check this dress.
I wasn't joking about all the nakedness. But seriously — she looks good. Now, moving on to the bangs.
From the pictures, they definitely look real. I can't see any clips or obvious hair manipulations to fake them, but then again, stylists have tricks that can fool anyone.
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And looking at the pictures from the night before, she definitely didn't have any bangs:
See? All long. She hasn't posted any Instagrams from after the screening, so we can't judge based on social media, but Hadid did post this snap from the event:
So Jen Atkin is responsible for this 'do, and she's both flawless at cuts and at styling, so they could be fake or they could be the real deal.
Either way, she totally worked them.