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Heidi Klum poses in lingerie while getting ‘social distancing highlights’

Heidi Klum couldn’t bear the thought of one more bad hair day.

The supermodel, 46, got a house call from hairstylist Lorenzo Martin on Tuesday to touch up her blond tresses, and showed off the process on Instagram.

“Dahhling we found a way ! Social distancing highlights,” wrote Klum, who wore nothing but black lace lingerie, fishnet tights, high heels and a face mask for her appointment. Martin also wore a mask, along with gloves, glasses and a makeshift body shield fashioned out of a black umbrella.

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Plenty of people praised Klum’s creativity in the comments. “Only you !! Love it,” wrote fellow catwalker Naomi Campbell, whose own safety precautions during the coronavirus crisis have made headlines. “Omg amazing!!!” added celebrity makeup artist Linda Hay.

But others weren’t impressed by the “America’s Got Talent” judge’s decision to bend social distancing guidelines. “This is a joke, right?” one person asked, while another commented, “I thought social distancing meant 6 ft away?”

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“What’s the point of the umbrella,” another perplexed follower asked, to which Klum replied, “To maybe get a smile.”

The supermodel fell ill in mid-March and was tested for COVID-19 along with her husband, Tom Kaulitz; the couple, who isolated from each other while awaiting their results, both tested negative for the disease.

 

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