Wet hair, don't care!
The David Roemer-photographed cover features the 19-year-old model sporting a stunning sheer top with delicate embroidery, a large black choker and statement earrings. Her makeup is kept bronzed and smoky, and is shown off beautifully thanks to her sleek 'do.
The Spanish glossy posted a behind-the-scenes clip of Hadid's shoot on Instagram, where she's seen donning a side-parted, messy wet hair look.
The key to getting Bella's first slicked back look is to start with clean hair, so it looks wet but not greasy, says celebrity hairstylist Matthew Collins of Brennen Demelo Studio, who was responsible for Bella's sister, Gigi's wet hair look at the 2015 MuchMusic Video Awards.
"My fave product mix is a super wet look shine spray [called] 'Shower Shine' by L'Oreal Professionnel and 'Fix Design' which is a wet spray," he tells HuffPost Canada Style. "Blow dry your hair straight back and try to keep volume. Now spray on a lot of shine spray at the roots at the front and comb back with your fingers so it does not go so tight. Once you have it where you want it, spray the 'Fix Design' strong spray over this to set it. And softly blow dry warm air to set it so it lasts all night."
Bella Hadid's S Moda cover issue comes out on Nov. 21 and we can't wait to see the rest of the pics!
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