Like equally glamorous sister Gigi, who is also a supermodel, Bella’s plump lips and feline eyes are instantly recognisable and she has fronted campaigns for numerous global brands including DKNY, Moschino and Fendi. Now considered one of the most bankable names in the fashion industry, pictures have emerged of Bella just a few years previously looking dramatically different, prompting rumours that her enviable aesthetic has been achieved with the help of a plastic surgeon.
Experts in the industry have suggested that Bella has opted for a rhinoplasty combined with dermal fillers to mould and contour her face. Her nose is narrower now compared to the ‘before’ pictures and looks a little lifted at the tip, giving her a perfect ‘ski-jump’ nose. Also, her cheekbones and chin look subtly enhanced with industry insiders claiming that she may have had fillers in these areas to sculpt her profile.
However, it is Bella’s plump, sexy pout that has garnered her the most attention. In the ‘before’ pictures her lips look narrower and her top lip particularly looks much thinner. Professionals in the industry have suggested that she has had fillers injected into her lips to augment them and give them a more defined and enhanced shape, especially in the cupid’s bow area of the upper lip.
Bella has yet to confirm or deny these cosmetic surgery rumours since the photos first emerged, but what is clear is that the fresh-faced girl of six years ago looks very different to the superstar of today. As a young woman at the start of her career, many have wondered why Bella may have felt the need to go under the surgeon’s knife. Some have suggested that anxiety and jealousy over sister Gigi’s explosive career may have prompted the move, while others have indicated that the pressure of being in the public gaze may be the reason. If Bella has had cosmetic surgery then it has been sensitively handled by an expert in the field to subtly enhance her already beautiful features.
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