How to Change Hairstyle in Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy hairstyles.

In Hogwarts Legacy you begin the game by creating a witch or wizard character. This creation process includes picking the character’s hairstyle and also their freckles and moles, scars and markings, and eyebrow traits. While it may seem like you are stuck with these selections, you not. Here’s a quick guide showing you how to change hairstyle in Hogwarts Legacy.

How to Change Hairstyle, Scars and Markings, and Eyebrow Traits

Hogwarts Legacy Madam Snelling's Tress Emporium map location.
Madam Snelling’s Tress Emporium map location.

If you want to spruce up the look of your witch or wizard you can do this by visiting a special shop in Hogsmeade. Hogsmeade is the town on the outskirts of Hogwarts. You visit this location after you’ve completed your first day of Hogwarts. The quest that takes you to the town is called Welcome to Hogsmeade.

Hogwarts Legacy Calliope Snelling.
Speak to Calliope Snelling to buy new hairstyles.

Once you’ve visited Hogsmeade for the first time you are able to go there whenever you want either by fast traveling there or by flying there on a mount or broomstick. This means you can visit the appearance altering shop there called Madam Snelling’s Tress Emporium. The shop appears on your mini-map as a pair of scissors. Enter the shop and speak to Calliope Snelling to purchase any of the following changes:

  • Hair Colour.
  • Hairstyle.
  • Freckles and Moles.
  • Scars and Markings.
  • Eye Colour.
  • Eyebrow Colour.
  • Eyebrow Shape.

To purchase any of the options listed above you need to have Galleons available. The average price for most changes is 20 Galleon. This makes it fairly cheap to do.

Be sure to check out our other guides for Hogwarts Legacy. We have a guide to help you find all of the Gobstones, a guide to help you link your WB Games and Harry Potter Fan Club accounts, and even a guide for what house to choose.

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