I think it is important, really important.
kind of mirrors Arima, yet at the same time, has a reversing affect. People
think that Haise getting his white hair back means he’ll be more like Arima.
to begin with, Arima’s hair was blue, and gradually turned white. In addition,
his expressions began to change. I want to believe that Arima’s hair
turning white, symbolized him losing himself, losing his humanity and becoming
nothing but a robot for the CCG.
people will assume that Haise losing his black hair, is bringing him closer to
losing himself just as Arima has, therefore making him yet another “robot”, for
the use of the CCG.
find this to be the opposite however.
think, Haise’s hair turning white, is supposed to symbolize him regaining his
old personality. I mean, and his hair isn’t the only pointer, the fact that he
saved Tooru in the same manner in which he saved Touka.
don’t think the white hair has any significance to him becoming like Arima, but
returning to his old self. That or, Ishida can just be trolling us.