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This page lists all of the hairstyles and beards in the game The Witcher 3. Read on to learn how to get a haircut, how to find barbers, and see a list of haircuts.
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You can get haircuts from Barbers you find in towns and cities. You can easily locate them by looking for the scissor icon displayed on the map. The cost of the haircut will vary depending on which barber you talk to.
All barbers will offer you the same styles for your hair and beard except for Jean-Louis Ludovic from the Blood & Wine DLC, who offers the Queen's pageboy haircut.
There are a total of 7 Haircuts available in the game, below is the appearance and name of each haircut available from the Barbers.
|Loosely gathered, tied behind the head|
|Shaved except for a pony tail|
|Long and loose|
|Loose, not too long|
|Shaved on the sides, short on top, and a pony tail|
|Elven rebel cut|
|Full beard, trimmed short|
|Bushy goatee and a short mustache|
|Friendly mutton chops|
|Mustache and a soul patch|
Your beard will automatically grow as you play the game. The speed of its growth will depend on the in-game time. This can easily be noticed if you meditate for a few days and finish quests after receiving a clean shave.
Queen's Pageboy haircut is only available from Jean-Louis Ludovic after finishing the quest Of Sheers and a Witcher I Sing. Also, this quest will only appear if you have the Blood & Wine DLC. The exact location of the barber shop can be seen in the map below.
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|Does Dialogue Matter?||How to Fast Travel|
|Most Important Side Quests for the Story||Romance Guide|
|List of Endings and How to Get the Best Ending||What is Enemy Upscaling?|
|Things to Know Before Starting Witcher 3||What is New Game+?|
|Should You Simulate a Witcher 2 Save File?||Which Version to Buy?|
|Fighting Like a Pro|
|Combat Guide and Tips||Sign Tier List|
|Healing During Battle & Meditation||Is Repairing Weapons and Armor Worth It?|
|What are Adrenaline Points?||How to Fight on Horseback|
|How to Fight Underwater||What is Toxicity?|
|What are Mutations||What are Mutagens|
|Leveling Up & Getting Beefy|
|How to Level Up Fast||Place of Power Locations|
|Best Character Builds||Best Early Game Skills and Builds|
|Skills Ranking and Tier List||Top Five Best and Most Useful Skills|
|How to Get Magic Acorn||How to Reset Ability Points|
|Best Death March Build and Tips for Survival||Max Level and Level Cap for Geralt|
|Obtaining Weapons & Armor|
|Best Early Game Weapons and Armor||The Best Weapons, Armor and Equipment Sets|
|How to Upgrade Weapons and Armor||Most Rewarding Side Quests and Contracts|
|Witcher Gear Locations||Where to Find Blacksmiths and Armorers?|
|Which Trophy is the Best?||Best Crossbow and Bolts|
|Managing Money & Items|
|Managing Your Inventory||Best and Worst Items to Sell|
|Where to Sell Junk||Where to Find Ingredients and Crafting Materials|
|Should You Loot Everything?||How to Dismantle Items|
|How to Make Money Fast||Can You Cook Food?|
|What Items to Buy From Shops||-|
|Just for Fun|
|List of Hairstyles||Best Looking Armor for Geralt|
|How to Get Paintings||How to Win Horse Races|
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