Looks like Bella Hadid has found a new hobby! Not so long ago, the model flaunted her artistic side on the social media platform Instagram. She shared a step-by-step video of herself creating her own glass piece on social media.
Read on to find out how the catwalk queen made her own glass piece using the classic technique of glass blowing in a workshop.
Bella Hadid tried her hand at glass blowing
Sunday, the fire fraud The actress took to her Instagram to share the series of steps she took to create the glass piece. She shared a carousel of photos and videos of her glass blowing experience on the social networking service platform Instagram.
In the photos and clips shared by the American model, she can be seen wearing comfortable clothes. She wore a cropped purple sports top and skimpy white shorts. She kept her hair in a low bun.
In one of the many videos shared by Bella, she can be seen trying to shape the molten red matter. It has to be said, Hadid seems totally engaged and committed to the glass blowing process.
How did celebrities react to videos of Bella trying glassblowing?
As soon as the model dropped the clips and snaps of her learning the art on Instagram, many of her fans and friends stopped in the post’s comment section to express their thoughts on her trying her hand at something. something new.
Bella’s father, Mohamed Hadid, left a comment on her post. He wrote, “I look stunned. How funny. Always watch.” Her older sister Marielle Hadid wrote:I’m so glassy you already know it. Her other sister Lanzy Hadid commented: “So proud of you”
Fellow model Emily Ratajkowski commented, “It looks so much fun.” Celebrity stylist Jen Atkin added: “Omg I literally went to the chihuly exhibit yesterday, it’s fascinating.”
Entrepreneur, model and activist Merhan Keller wrote, “Badass Bells” Italian musician Amos Bocelli expressed his excitement writing, “Oooohh 😍😍😍” Olivia Singer commented, “The next step is blown away.”
Here’s everything you need to know about the glassblowing process
Glassblowing is the process of inflating molten glass into a bubble using a blowgun. The person who performs the glass blowing process is known as a glass blower, glassmaker or gaffer.
For those of you who don’t know, let us tell you that glassblowing is a glass forming technique used by humans since the 1st century BC. Glassblowing can be done for artistic or practical purposes.
Many artists who fall in love with the art of glassblowing have even set up a lampwork studio in their homes and are starting businesses from home and experimenting with glass without the pressures of outside studio time.
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