Witcher 3 Hairstyles and Beards: What They Look Like
This page contains information on what all The Witcher 3 hairstyles look like.
In most cases, at least one barber shop is located in each major city. By talking to the barber, players can change Geralt’s hairstyle. In the base game, there are only a few options. You must buy the Beard and Hairstyle Set DLC to get more hairstyles, which adds way more.
Unfortunately, there is no option to try on beards or hairstyles before purchasing them, so you don’t know whether they will look good. Hairstyles cost $10, while beards cost $5. If you don’t feel like spending tons of money trying our different haircuts, we have compiled an image gallery of haircuts below…
Geralt’s Hairstyles and Beards
- Shaved except for a pony tail.
- Long and loose.
- Loose, not too long.
- Shaved on the sides, short on the top, and a pony tail.
- The elven rebel cut.
- Wanna be clean shaven.
- Like a full beard, trimmed short.
- Friendly mutton chops sound good.
- Want a moustache and a soul patch.
The barber charges $10 to change Geralt’s hair. Here are all hairstyles in The Witcher 3:
Loosely gathered, tied behind the head.
You can buy Geralt’s default haircut at the barber shop. When he asks you to choose which hairstyle you want, choose 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 the top, and a pony tail.
The elven rebel cut.
The barber charges $5 to change Geralt’s beard. Here are all the beards in The Witcher 3:
Wanna be clean shaven.
A bushy goatee and a short mustache, please.
Friendly mutton chops sound good.
Want a moustache and a soul patch.
Those were what all The Witcher 3 hairstyles and beards looked like. Now that you have seen them, you can make a correct decision regarding which haircut to choose from.
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