Colton Underwood Defends His New Haircut After 'Bachelor' Finale: 'My Hair Looks Good'

Colton Underwood won't let the hair haters bring him down

Drama and heartbreak weren’t the only things blowing up Twitter during part 1 of The Bachelor‘s two-day finale. Last night Bachelor Nation had a lot to say about the new hairdo Colton Underwood debuted during the live portion of the show.

Underwood appeared to grow the top of his hair out since filming wrapped on the Bachelor, and he styled the front portion in an edgy ’90s spiked style that had fans buzzing.

“What is going on with @colton hair? Who let him out like that,” one Bachelor fan wrote on Twitter. Another person said, “No offense but Colton’s hair looks like his mom styled it for the first day of 2nd grade..??”

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“Colton did you get electrocuted before coming on stage? Why does his hair look like that #TheBachelor,” a Twitter user said. Someone else joked, “The most upsetting part of tonight’s episode of #TheBachelor is the fact that Colton has brought back 1990’s boy band hair. #backstreetsback #alright.”

Others even compared his style to a duck’s tail, while some said it reminded them of the characters’ hair in the anime show, Dragon Ball Z. “Kind of similar.. 😉 lol but you still look great!” someone else tweeted.

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But Underwood didn’t let the criticism bring him down, and swiftly jumped on social media to defend his ‘do.

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Shortly after part 1 of The Bachelor finale aired, Underwood tweeted, “My hair looks good. Chill.”

Then as he was heading home, Underwood snapped a selfie and posted it to Instagram to further prove that he loves his new look.

“Just left part 1 of the finale. I love you all so much. Say what u want about the hair. I like it,” he said.

Part 2 of The Bachelor‘s finale airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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