PHOTOS | Bella and Gigi Hadid walk the runway with 'shaved' heads at Marc Jacobs show

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New looks for Gigi and Bella Hadid? The models had everyone talking when they shared photographs of themselves with jet-black hair, angled bangs and the sides of their heads seemingly shaved.

Turns out the striking hairdos were all part of a Marc Jacobs runway show. 

While you may be applauding the models for their commitment to their jobs, the semi-bald looks were actually achieved through prosthetics.

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According to The Cut, the looks were created by stylist Duffy for the Marc Jacobs Fall 2022 show.

Bella gave fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse into how the bald cap was applied to create the edgy hairstyle.

"ANYTHING 4 MARC," Gigi captioned a photo shared on Instagram.

To complete the look, the sisters also had their eyebrows blocked out with makeup.

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