Donald Trump dons a new look days before the election

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump attends a campaign event in Wilmington, Ohio, November 4, 2016. 

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Donald Trump was turning heads at his rally in Wilmington, Ohio on Friday — not because of his speech, but because of his hairstyle.

The Republican nominee is used to his hair stealing the show. He’s been roasted about it for years.

Former primary rival Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal once said Trump “looks like he’s got a squirrel sitting on his head.”

Last year, the presidential hopeful even brought Mary Margaret Bannister, the wife of South Carolina’s House Majority Leader, on stage to prove that he does not, in fact, wear a toupee.

“It’s my hair!” Trump exclaimed. “I swear! Come here. Just come on up here. They’re going to let you. You have to do an inspection, this is getting crazy.”

Bannister confirmed during the August 2015 rally in Greenville, South Carolina, that yes, “I believe it is [real].”

The crowd went wild.

Now, more than a year later, his hair is drawing attention again.

With a sleek side part and a notably paler hue, Trump appears to have updated his hairdo — just four days before the election.

And Twitter users had a lot of opinions:

It’s unclear whether Trump plans to keep this hairstyle, but he may want to consider it: he’s getting good reviews.