Gisele Bündchen Looks Completely Unrecognizable with Vampiric Blood-Red Hair

Paras Kumar
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“I want to suck your blood” is all I can imagine Gisele Bündchen saying after seeing her latest transformative look. Yep, she gives Dracula’s wife a lot, but in the best possible way, ofc.

Posing for Vogue Italyphotos from the shoot were posted on Instagram and to say we did a double take (read: ten back and forth) would be an understatement. Taking issue with her model-like presence, the star’s signature long caramel blonde locks are long gone and replaced with a new fiery look. Enter: vampire blood red hair.

And not only that, but her lengths have been scraped back and styled into what appears to be a sleek gelled updo. Take a look at the hair created by stylist Ali Pirzadeh below:

I mean, paired with the red ball gown with billowing sleeves makes for a memorable fashion beauty that will surely go down in the history books.

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And did I forget to mention her coordinating makeup look? Makeup artist Ana Takahashi played on the vamp feel, pulling out a matching red glossy lip and micro-thin ’90s brows. So chic.

This shoot comes to us as one of the few since the supermodel announced her divorce from Tom Brady. Earlier this year, the star returned from her hiatus with a photo from her Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama campaign, showing her topless hiding behind a pair of handbags. And just like above, she looked absolutely fiery.

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We’re sure this is just the first (or should we say, second) of many exciting looks to come. We look forward to seeing what you do next, Gisele!

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