To Colton Underwood's Hair During 'The Bachelor' Finale: Wyd?

Is it the Most Dramatic Season Finale Hair in Bachelor history?

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There were tears. There were lingering hugs. There were (many) concerned glances from Chris Harrison. And, in the most unexpected The Bachelor finale twist of all, Colton Underwood's hair...had some feelings of its own. That's right, folks—Colton's hair has been through a lot, too, and it wants you to know that it didn't make it out okay, either.

I kid, of course. (Well, not about the tears or the lingering hugs. I haven't seen this many of either since last week's episode of This Is Us.) But Colton's hair was looking a little different during the season finale, and Twitter noticed. My take, if you wondered: Colton channelled his nerves over this evening into his hair gel. And, c'mon, the nerves! Imagine facing 29 women you've dumped in one room, including two that you've brutally broken up with in Portugal upon realizing you're in love with someone else. You'd want to pretend to be someone else, too.

I mean, he still looks good. (He's Colton! He always does.) But Twitter had...well, Twitter had thoughts. Like these.

Confusion

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Cameron Diaz Flashbacks

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Clarity

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Fondness

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Realization

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Even Mike Fleiss Commented

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And Chris Harrison, Too

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One Theory

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But! Between Tayshia and Hannah G., Colton apparently flattened his hair a touch.

The Change

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All I can say is: I truly hope Colton, his hair, and his beau of choice (if she ends up reconsidering) live happily ever after.

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Jenny Hollander
Jenny Hollander

Jenny is the Director of Content Strategy at Marie Claire. Originally from London, she moved to New York in 2012 to attend the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and never left. Prior to Marie Claire, she spent five years at Bustle building out its news and politics coverage. She loves, in order: her dog, goldfish crackers, and arguing about why umbrellas are fundamentally useless.