Bella Hadid and her older sister Gigi are two of the most influential and popular supermodels today. They’re both incredibly beautiful and very down to earth. Bella Hadid recently sat down with Glamour magazine to dish on everything makeup and beauty related! If you’ve ever wondered how Bella does her makeup off the red carpet and the runway, you’re in luck! She does it herself.
Bella Hadid told Glamour that she loves everything from the nineties including scrunchies. I don’t know about you, but I heard they’re making a comeback! She also dished that she loves taupe eyeshadow, and her eyelash curler.
When it comes to skincare, she relies on advice from her gorgeous mother, former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, Yolanda Hadid who said “skin before makeup.”
Be sure to scroll down to see what Bella Hadid has to say about beauty masks, eyeshadow, makeup in general and more! PS: Be sure to head over to the Glamour website for even more beauty essentials from the supermodel.
Supermodel Bella Hadid Talks Makeup Essentials with Glamour Magazine
BH: I do my own makeup when I’m not working. I’m all about taupe-y eyeshadow, a golden liner, and a dewy complexion with just a little shimmer. It makes everything glow better. I don’t like having a lot of makeup on my face. And I use an eyelash curler. With or without mascara, it’s a must.
BH: But she [mom, Yolanda Hadid] did always tell me, “Skin before makeup.” So now I try to stay consistent with my routine, especially when traveling. I don’t leave home without serums or oils.
BH: I used to be able to wash my face at night and not do anything after, but now if I go to sleep without moisturizing, my face feels dry and tight. I love masks. I do them all the time. I’m obsessed with black peel-off masks, and I use a sheet mask on mornings when I have an early event.
BH: I throw something nineties into my look every day. I’m obsessed with scrunchies and those black stretchy headbands. I have 100 of them from putting my hair back to wash my face.
BH: I’ll always remember the way my mom smelled growing up, like cardamom. It’s a beautiful smell. It reminds me of home and makes me feel the way I am around my mom: very grounded.