Style & ShowbizFashion

Bella Hadid didn't dye her hair to distinguish herself from sister Gigi

FashionBy Sunday World
Bella Hadid didn't dye her hair to distinguish herself from sister Gigi

Bella Hadid didn't "really" dye her hair to distinguish herself from her sister Gigi Hadid.

The 19-year-old model - who was born with blonde hair like her 20 year old sibling, but has since opted for a darker shade - has admitted she didn't change her appearance to make a clear distinction between her and Gigi, but has always been experimental with her tresses since she was a teenager.

She told Glamour magazine: "Well, I didn't really dye my hair to separate myself from Gigi. I started dyeing my hair when I was 14. I dyed it black and blue, I wore eyeliner--I was a punk kid."

And the brunette beauty has admitted she is contemplating opting to revert back to her lighter hair colour.

She teased: "I might want to go blond eventually!"

Meanwhile, Bella - who signed to IMG Models in 2014 and has graced the runway for designer labels Givenchy, Chanel and Balmain since - has revealed she doesn't think she is "famous", and relies on her close friends to keep her grounded.

She explained: "I don't walk down the street like, "I'm famous." It's still weird to me when people ask for pictures. My close friends from high school keep me grounded--they don't care about what I do. I'm still the same person I was, and I try hard not to change."

And Bella - who is currently dating rapper The Weeknd, whose real name is Abęl Tesfaye - has revealed she thinks of her beau prior to gracing the catwalk.

She explained: "You have to have emotion in your eyes; you don't want to look dead. I listen to music. I think about my boyfriend.2

And Gigi has no intention of quitting the fashion industry any time soon.

She said: "I want to keep modelling. I want to give back to the world. In five years I would love to be just really happy."