And it looks like the bleached brows are here to stay.
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Gigi Hadid Looks Completely Unrecognizable With Her New Blonde Hair
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Fashion Month saw Gigi Hadid go through a slew of transformations — and just when we thought it would be tough to top her Versace makeover, complete with bleached brows and Julia Fox-inspired eyeshadow, she just debuted one more major change. The supermodel got snapped at JFK Airport in New York and while she seemed to try to go incognito with an all-black outfit (complete with a black mask), her new blonde hair caught everyone's attention. 

The color is brighter and lighter than the dirty blonde hair and dark roots she had during Fashion Week, but there's no telling whether the change is for work or if it's just embracing a new hair color. Whichever it happens to be, her bleached brows stayed unchanged.

Hadid's airport uniform included a black tracksuit and she had a bright yellow suitcase and mustard carryon alongside her as she made her way through the terminal. She was also snapped wearing a puffer jacket, white Prada bag, and white sneakers.

Hadid recently made headlines when she announced that she would be donating her Fashion Month earnings to humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. She acknowledged the fact that the various Fashion Weeks took place as the world is reeling from Russia's invasion, saying that she wanted to dedicate her work — modeling, that is — to something more than just clothes.

"Having a set fashion month schedule has meant that my colleagues and I often present new fashion collections during heartbreaking and traumatic times in history," she wrote on Instagram. "We don't have control over most of our work schedules, but we would like to walk 'for' something." Alongside fellow model Mica Argañaraz, Hadid promised to do whatever she could for the people of Ukraine and Palestine, saying that she was "pledging to donate my earnings from the Fall 2022 shows to aid those suffering from the war in Ukraine, as well as continuing to support those experiencing the same in Palestine."