How To Get Hair Dye In Dragons Dogma 2
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Dragon’s Dogma 2 dye locations and how to change hair color

A splash of color.

If you’re unhappy with the available hair colors in this fantasy RPG, don’t worry too much about it. You can buy hair dye in Dragon’s Dogma 2, so here’s how to get it.

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Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to get hair dye

While you can choose from an array of hair colors during character creation, some of them aren’t as vibrant as you may like. Although there doesn’t seem to be any way to dye your clothing, you can get hair dye in Dragon’s Dogma 2 by purchasing dyes from the Bakbattahl Pawn Guild.

How To Get Hair Dye In Dragons Dogma 2 Shop Alexia
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After the long and dusty journey through Battahl and to the city of Bakbattahl, you will come across the Pawn Guild. It is one of the first establishments you find. Head to the back, where the Rift Stone is, and you’ll find a vendor named Alexia.

Alexia only sells dyes. You would be forgiven for thinking these may be for your gear, but they’re for your hair. Each hair dye is worth 500 RC, and you can purchase up to five colors: red, Green, Blue, Yellow, and Purple. After purchasing hair dye, you will have to go to a specific location to use it.

How To Get Hair Dye In Dragons Dogma 2 Pawn Guild
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To use the Hair Dye you have to head to a Barborie, which is where you can change your appearance. As soon as you speak with the worker at the Barborie (they’re the scissors icon on your map) it’ll show a pop-up explaining that you gave them your purchased dye.

How To Get Hair Dye In Dragons Dogma 2 Barborie
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It costs a total of 10,000 gold to change your hair color, but the price also includes a change of style. Scroll between color categories using the “Q” and “E” keys and you’ll find your purchased dyes. It’s not just one color, but it’s a ton of shades of that color that you can play around with.

Interestingly, they have added the ability to change hair color with dye, but not gear. So far, my character has had her head hidden by a helmet for almost the entire game, so I don’t need to change my hair color. But I would love it if I could customize my armor.

That’s all it takes to get hair dye in Dragon’s Dogma 2. With that out of the way, you may have also not realized that you get houses in this game.


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