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Bella Hadid Already Swapped Her New Bob For Rapunzel-Length Hair

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Bottom line: Bella Hadid’s beauty is fierce. In her 20 short years, she’s learned to complement her features by experimenting with a wide array of hairstyles. She chopped off her long locks back in May and went even shorter earlier this week but seemingly wasn’t content to stop there. She’s already swapped the new crop for its polar opposite. Here, take a look at Bella’s epic long ponytail, as well as her best hair moments of all time.

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Ultra-Long Ponytail

Bella traded in her super-short '90s-inspired bob for a long, sleek ponytail.

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Micro Bob

The model was spotted in NYC with much shorter hair.

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Half-Up, Half-Down

Bella proves you don't need long strands to pull off the classic half-up, half-down 'do.

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Met Gala Lob

Bella surprised everyone at the Met Gala when she stepped onto the red carpet with a brand-new lob. While many speculated it was a wig, she confirmed that it is, in fact, a haircut.

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Retro Curls

While there's clearly a wig mannequin behind Bella's latest selfie shot, her curls were good enough to convince us she got a perm.

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Vampy Locks

At a LOVE magazine party in London, Bella showed up with jet black hair that falls just below her shoulders.

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Baby Bangs

Bella shocked everyone when she debuted a set of baby bangs at a Dior event in October 2016. This style of fringe isn't easy to pull off, but the model did so effortlessly.

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Sleek, Low Bun

Bella has mastered a variety of updos. This low bun is a great way to emphasize the face and ensure that flyaways stay in place.

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Loose, Textured Waves

At the 2016 Met Gala, Bella played up her hair's natural texture by allowing her waves to fall free.

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Pin-Straight

She took on one of the year's biggest hair trends with this long, bone-straight style.

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Ultra-Long Half-Updo

To celebrate her birthday, Bella added even more length, styled in a half-up, half-down 'do that works for any party.

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High Topknot

This is the trend we're most used to seeing her try, but it's also our favorite. She takes it from the gym all the way to the Met Gala red carpet.