Pokémon Legends: Arceus features a ton of character customization options, allowing players to unlock a variety of different outfits and hairstyles that bring their own sense of style to the game. Once the player completes the tutorial, and becomes an official member of the Galaxy Expedition Team, they’ll be able to pay a visit to Jubilife Village’s hairdresser to change the style and color of their character’s hair. Unlike the clothes available in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, which players have to buy after they’ve been unlocked, players don’t have to pay to obtain new hairstyles once they become available at the salon and instead pay a flat rate of 500 Pokédollars per haircut.
There are a few hairstyle options available from the hairdresser, Edith, as soon as players unlock the shops in Jubilife Village, and players are able to switch back to the default look they began with. However, after players rescue Azeru from the Crimson Mirelands and complete the “Azeru’s Predicament” Story Mission, she will come to work as a hairdresser in Jubilife Village and unlock several new hairstyles. In addition, Azeru will give players Requests as they progress further in the game that rewards them with a variety of new styles and color options for their Pokémon Legends: Arceus character.
Players have to pay the 500 Pokédollar fee before they enter the salon, so checking out new hairstyle options will still cost money even if players decide not to make any changes. Once players sit down inside, they’ll be able to change their hairstyle, hair color, and eyebrow color at once. However, in order to change their eye color or clothes, players can speak to Anthe outside the clothier or change in front of the mirror in their living quarters. The hairstyle options available in Pokémon Legends: Arceus depend on the gender players chose for their character at the beginning of the game, but there are several unisex styles available as well.
Every Default Hairstyle In Pokémon Legends: Arceus
As soon as players have the option to change their hairstyle in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, they’ll have several styles and colors available by default from Edith. The male hairstyle options include Short, Messy Ponytail, Curled, and Braids, while the female styles include Short, Long, Survey Corps Style, Braids, and Curled. Shorn is available for either gender in the game, and players can choose one of five colors: Chestnut, Slate, Gold, Black, and White.
Pokémon Legends: Arceus – How To Unlock Azeru Hairstyles
To start unlocking new hairstyles, players must complete the “Azeru’s Predicament” Story Mission in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, which requires them to calm the Frenzied Noble Lilligant in the Crimson Mirelands. After players return to Jubilife Village and hand the quest in to Commander Kamado, Azeru will greet them outside their living quarters the next morning to tell them about her new job at the hairdresser. She only has a few new styles to choose from at first, including the Middle Part style for female characters and the Middle Part and Side Part styles for male characters. The Crimson, Blue, and Peach Pink color options will also be available from Azeru as soon as she starts working at the salon.
All Misdreavus Request Hairstyles In Pokémon Legends: Arceus
Pokémon Legends: Arceus’ Request 59, “Misdreavus the Hairstyle Muse,” will become available after players accept the “Scaling Perilous Heights” Story Mission to start their survey of the Coronet Highlands. Players can pick the Request up by speaking to Azeru outside of the hairdresser, and she’ll explain that she’s in need of some inspiration for new hairstyles. Her first muse is Misdreavus, so she’ll ask players to catch one and show it to her.
Misdreavus can be found and caught in the Stonetooth Rows, Sacred Plaza, and Bolderoll Ravine areas of the Coronet Highlands, but it appears most commonly in the Stonetooth Rows. This mischievous Ghost-Type Pokémon can be tricky to catch in Pokémon Legends: Arceus since it’s skittish and can teleport away from the player, but players can get close by using crafted items like Smoke Bombs or sneaking through some tall grass. Once players show Azeru the Misdreavus, they’ll have access to four new hairstyles, including the male and female versions of the Fancy, Modern Bob, Sideswept, and Tied Back styles. Clementine, Turquoise, and Violet will also be available as hair color options after the Request is complete.
All Kirlia Request Hairstyles In Pokémon Legends: Arceus
After completing Azeru’s first Request and calming the Frenzied Noble Hisuian Avalugg in “The Slumbering Lord of the Tundra” Story Mission, Pokémon Legends: Arceus players will be able to pick up Azeru’s next Request when they return to Jubilife Village. “Kirlia the Hairstyle Muse” is Request 75, and this time, Azeru seeks inspiration from a Kirlia to come up with some new hairstyles for the salon. Kirlia appears less frequently than its unevolved form, Ralts, but players can always catch a Ralts and evolve it if they’re struggling to catch a Kirlia.
Both Kirlia and Ralts can be caught in the Shrouded Ruins area of the Crimson Mirelands as well as the Heart’s Crag and Snowpoint Temple areas of the Alabaster Icelands. While Ralts has a skittish temperament and will run away from approaching trainers, Kirlia is more aggressive and will attack the player if it spots them. As soon as players obtain a Kirlia, they can return to Azeru to complete the Request and obtain two new Pokémon Legends: Arceus hairstyle options. Male characters will unlock the Top Knot style, while female characters will unlock the Twin Tails style, and the Modern Short style will be available for either gender. In addition, there will be four new hair color options available at the salon, including Ash Blonde, Periwinkle, Ash Brown, and Flax.
How To Unlock The Sinnoh Style In Pokémon Legends: Arceus
Azeru only offers two Requests in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, but players can unlock this final hairstyle by catching every Pokémon in Hisui and meeting Arceus at the end of the game. This special hairstyle is called the Sinnoh Style and greatly resembles the game’s final boss, but players can still change it to be any color they prefer. However, since unlocking the Sinnoh Style requires players to beat the game, they won’t be able to wear it until the postgame of Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
Pokémon Legends: Arceus is available on Nintendo Switch.
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