Bella Hadid reveals the hilarious modelling hack that makes her look so effortlessly windswept


Bella Hadid reveals the hilarious modelling hack that makes her look so effortlessly windswept

The supermodel shared a video of herself on set in Paris during a shoot

By Katie O’Malley  November 23rd, 2018

Have you ever wondered how supermodels look so effortlessly poised during a photoshoot while being blown with a gale force wind from a machine? Well, model Bella Hadid has just let her fans into her own little fashion hack when it comes to achieving the perfect windswept ‘lewk’.

Last night, the 21-year-old – who is rumoured to be on the brink of getting engaged to boyfriend The Weeknd any day now – shared a video of herself on set in Paris during a shoot.

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In the clip, the Californian-born beauty can be seen posing in a black fitted suit and high heels while wearing a gold shiny scarf and giving the “peace sign” to the camera.

However, despite having the help of a wind machine – which looks more like something your Dad uses to rid the driveway of leaves – to create that “whoosh” look, Bella also revealed she uses a fish pole to make her appear like she’s in windstorm.

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The model shared a video of an assistant on set using a fish pole to lift her scarf, while she laughs watching the garment appear to magically dance.

“Back in Paris  The act of the fish pole #bts by @peterphilipsmakeup @diormakeup ,” she captioned the funny series of videos.

The clips come amid reports The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesafaye, is ready to ask Bella for her hand in marriage.

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A source told US Weekly that “a proposal is on the horizon”, and that the pair are “madly in love with each other”.

Last month, the singer reportedly asked his girlfriend – who rekindled their romance earlier this year after breaking up in November 2016 – to move into his Tribeca condo in NYC.

Bella, keep the modelling tips coming, please!

From: ELLE UK