Bella Hadid looks unrecognisable with dark pixie cut hair

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A few weeks ago, JoJo Siwa broke the internet (move over Kim K) and chopped off her iconic ponytail in replacement for a pixie cut. And now, Bella Hadid has followed in the dancer's footsteps with her very own take on the mod hairstyle. Sound the alarm 🚨.

But hold up, hold up. Before you go reaching for the scissors or more sensibly, the phone to ring your hairdresser (leave it to the professionals, kids, I learned the hard way), if we're going to be completely real with you, we're guessing that this hair is more than likely a wig.

However, there's no denying just how different she looks – the model is pretty much unrecognisable! I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if she did a Sia and went shopping in public... there's absolutely no chance of the paps spotting her. Me though? I'd spot the blue-eyed beauty a mile away, what can I say.

Bella debuted the new look in an Instagram post, sharing a behind-the-scenes pic for an ad campaign with Michael Kors. And this isn't any ol' pixie cut, no. Instead of the traditional short back and sides, we're seeing more of an angular bowl cut with a sloping micro-fringe. Oh, and an orange clip on the side. It's giving all the '60s mod vibes.

Celebrity hairstylist Evanie Frausto, who regularly works with Bella and her sister, Gigi, was the brains behind this beautiful look.

Of course, fans too are living for this hairstyle, praising Bella in the comments of her post:

One fan wrote: "That is a looooook".

Another commented: "Oh oh oh ❤️🔥I still have that hair pin and all different colors 😍".

Someone else said: "omg i’m obsessed with you".

While another added: "Holy sh- YOU LOOK GORG QUEEN".

Now, all we need is an in-depth tutorial on how to work this style without committing to the chop. Please, Evanie?

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