Louis Tomlinson’s fans are losing their minds after noticing that the singer now has long hair! See what his hair looks like before and after the killer makeover.

Either Louis Tomlinson has been hanging out too much with Harry Styles or he hasn’t been able to make it to the barber during quarantine, because he now has shoulder-length hair. The “Always You” singer, 28, casually revealed his longer locks by posting a rehearsal video from an upcoming London show. The video, which you can see below, is somewhat blurry but you can clearly see long hair poking out from underneath his baseball cap.

It’s a major difference from the hairstyle he typically wears, a floppy but short cut, sometimes with long fringe in the front — as you can see in the photo below. But it’s not surprising; nearly everyone is rocking longer than usual hair right now, due to the pandemic. Some just don’t pull it off as well as Louis, though! Needless to say, the former One Direction member’s fans were absolutely beside themselves after noticing his changed-up look.

“LONG HAIR. LONG F**KING HAIR,” one excited friend tweeted in response to his rehearsal footage, posted December 9. “PLEASE DO NOT CUT YOUR HAIR I REPEAT DO NOT. EVEN DARE SCISSORS GET ANYWHERE NEAR IT.” Another fan chimed in with a plea: “Dear Louis, your hair better be down during this show. if i see that CRUSTY hat on i’m going to throw hands. -love me. ps, i apologize for the hat slander, it is a lovely hat @Louis_Tomlinson”. We’re sure he’s totally fine.

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Louis Tomlinson rocks his usual ‘do while attending a Build Series in NYC, 10/25/19 (RW/MediaPunch /IPX)

The frenzy over Louis’ long hair was so fervent that “his hair” and “Louis long hair” started trending within minutes of the “Walls” singer posting his video. They were not messing around. “You want to talk about his f**king hair???? You want me dead Louis??? @Louis_Tomlinson,” a particularly passionate fan tweeted. Let’s pause — there’s always the possibility that he’s rocking a mullet under that cap, people.



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