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Heidi Klum's New 'Do: Supermodel Gets Bangs

Heidi Klum's New 'Do: Supermodel Gets Bangs

Heidi Klum is the latest celebrity to experiment with bangs, debuting her new hairdo on social media this week.

Also known "fringe" in the U.K., bangs have become popular in Hollywood with starlets such as Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Garner cutting them. Even First Lady Michelle Obama recently experimented with the haircut, making headlines nationwide with the decision.

On Monday, Klum shared a picture of her haircut from an airplane along with a translated from German to read that she had "just landed in Berlin."

However, it was not the first time the "Project Runway" host debuted the popular look, and the model even admitted to "cutting them again and again and letting them grow out" because she likes to keep her look fresh, according to Style News.

Nevertheless, this time, Klum's hair features shorter layers around her face and cut some length from the bottom.

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The busy model shared another snapshot of her new haircut on Instagram with the cheerful caption, "Keep smiling."

40-year-old Klum filed for a divorce from singer Seal in April 2012 after seven years of marriage. The couple shares four children together.

Despite admitting to dating her bodyguard Martin Kristen, Klum said she will never remarry.

"I don't think so," the German native told Marie Claire.

During her marriage to Seal, the pair would publicly renew their wedding vows every year. Klum explained that the experience has changed her take on matrimony.

"I wanted to keep the memory of our wedding alive every year, that's why I thought it would be so fun to get married over and over," she said, according to the magazine. "But now I don't think that it's that important."

Furthering her point, Klum added, "I'm not angry about anything, but I don't think I will [remarry]. Maybe if I'm with someone for 15 or 20 years, and we do it in our old age as a fun thing to do … but I don't have the urgency anymore."

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