Final Fantasy 14: Every Unique Hairstyle And How To Get Them

Final Fantasy 14 is an MMO game with a lot of hair choices in its character creation, though there are limits depending on your chosen race and gender. If you don’t like the default hairstyles, you’ll still have additional options that you can unlock in the game through various means. Once obtained, unique hairstyles can be applied to characters using the Aesthetician in an inn or at your home.

Even those who don’t like the current hairstyles still have hope, as more get released in various patches. With that in mind, it’s likely more hairstyles will be available in the future.

  • Important Note: Recently added races like the Viera and Hrothgar cannot use these hairstyles. (Though hopefully, they’ll get more options in the future!)

Hairstyles Received From Dungeons, Duties, And Raids

Battle-Ready Bobs and Scanning for Style

These hairstyles are available at the end of The Tower of Paradigm’s Breach, the third alliance raid in the Nier: Automata crossover content.

The entire alliance can vote for the hair though, so it may take many tries before obtaining one of these hairstyles for yourself.

Early to Rise

This hairstyle is a rare drop from Delubrum Reginae. To unlock Delubrum Reginae, you must undertake the Bozjan Southern Front content (which is only for level 80 players).

However, it’s a dungeon many grind anyway to get their resistance weapons fully upgraded. If you get the hair, you can use it or sell it for a significant amount of gil on the Market Board.

Samsonian Locks

Released in patch 3.4, these Samsonian Locks can be found in the Palace of the Dead. Luckily, it’s found in the common level sacks that you can get from the Accursed Hoard, bronze-trimmed.

This style can be used by both male and female players.

Wind Caller

Wind Caller is the only hairstyle that one can purchase with Bozjan Clusters. That means you must undertake the Bojzan Southern Front content and collect clusters by defeating enemies in that area.

The hairstyle costs 150 Bozjan Clusters and can be purchased from the Resistance Quartermaster at x:14 and y:29.

Form and Function

This hairstyle typically sells for a lot on the Market Board because it is received from a duty many players don’t usually find fun: The Forbidden Land, Eureka Pyros.

If you are lucky, you can get this hairstyle from a Pyros Lockbox by completing the various FATES in the area.

Hairstyles Received From The Gold Saucer

The Adventure Hairstyles

Released in patch 3.1, these appear differently depending on the character’s chosen gender. The male version is a brushed sideways look while the female has a bow and ponytail. Unfortunately, the bow is not dyeable.

To obtain these, go to the Gold Saucer and purchase “Modern Aesthetics – Adventure” from the Modern Aesthetics Saleswoman who stands at x5.4, y6.5. This hairstyle only costs 14 MGP.

Ponytails

This ponytail-styled hair is another product of the Gold Saucer. However, instead of getting it from the Modern Aesthetics Saleswoman, it’s bought at the Prize Claim counter for 8,000 MGP under the “other” options in Prize Exchange I.

Curls

Like the Ponytails hairstyle, Curls can be claimed by the Prize Claim NPC at the Gold Saucer. It’s a little more pricey, costing 9,600 MGP.

The style is unisex and was released in Patch 3.1.

Lexen-Tails

This hairstyle will be for sale at the Gold Saucer after you complete The City of Lost Angels quest as well as completing The Orbonne Monastery raid. This means anyone lower than level 70 isn’t going to have access to this hairstyle.

Once the requirements are completed, the hairstyle can be bought for 50,000 MGP from the Gold Saucer Attendant prize claim.

Great Lengths

Released in patch 5.0, this hair can be bought from the Gold Saucer Attendant for 30,000 MGP. While the long hair is beautiful, it’s important to note that long hairstyles clip with a lot of the equipable gear.

Hairstyles Received Through Events

Rainmaker

This hair is currently impossible to obtain, as it was only available during the Gold Saucer’s “Make it Rain Campaign” in 2017 and 2018.

At that time, you could get this hair for 5,000 MGP. There is a rumor that the hairstyle may eventually be available at the Mogstation.

Strife

Another hairstyle that is currently impossible to obtain is the beloved hairstyle of Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy 7.

This hairstyle was only awarded to those who participated in various contests during the 2019 Fan Festivals.

Lucian Locks

This hairstyle was given out in the 2019 event, A Nocturne for Heroes. During the event, you could quest with Noctus from Final Fantasy 15.

During that event, this hairstyle could be bought from an Ironworks Vendor for 20,000 MGP. Unfortunately, that event has long since ended.

Hairstyles Obtained Through Skybuilder’s Scripts

Modern Legend

To gain this unique hairstyle, you must craft in order to gather Skybuilder’s Scripts at Ishgard’s Firmament.

The hair costs 1,800 scripts and can be bought from Enie at x 12 and y 14.

Controlled Chaos

Controlled Chaos is much like Modern Legend, as it is another hairstyle that can be bought with 1,800 Skybuilder Scripts from Enie. It’s a unisex hairstyle that is short on one side and long on the other.

Saintly Style

The Saintly Style is another hairstyle option for players to purchase from Enie with 1,8– Skybuilder’s Scripts. Like the other two, it is a short cut as well as unisex.

Hairstyles From The Mogstation

Sharlayan Studies

For 15 dollars, players can have Alphinaud’s hairstyle for themselves. To get the hair though, they need to purchase the Alphinaud’s Attire set on the Mogstation. That will give them this hairstyle as well as his clothes.

Eternal Bonding Hairstyle

This hairstyle is Mogstation-bought with real-world money. Players must get the Eternal Bond bundle, which allows two players to marry each other in the game.

The hairstyle is not commonly used, however, the Eternal Bond bundle is one of the bestsellers on the Mogstation with players also getting unique clothes, a quest, and a two-person mount.

The hairstyle is unisex, but the female characters get little flowers added to their hair (not to be confused with the flowers on the ceremony veil).

The Scion Special Issues

These three hairstyles can only be gotten by buying the Minfilia’s, Thancred’s, or Y’shtola’s Attire bundle at the Mogstation. That includes their hairstyle and the entire outfit. The bundle is 15 dollars.

Only female characters can use the Y’shtola and Minfilia bundle while only male characters can use the Thancred bundle.

Pulse Hairstyle

This hairstyle was released to commemorate the release of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Like Minfilia’s hair, this hairstyle is not sold on its own but as part of a bundle in Snow’s and Lightning’s Attire on the Mogstation. It costs 15 dollars.

The Pulse Hairstyle will show up as Snow’s hairstyle for male characters and Lightning’s hairstyle for female characters.

Master And Commander

Aymeric Attire bundle on the Mogstation is how players get this hair. It is usable for both male and female players. Like the other costume character bundles, the set costs 15 dollars.

Hairstyles Received By PvP

Styled For Hire

Released in patch 4.4, this hairstyle can only be received through the payment of 18,000 Wolf Marks.

Wolf Marks are PvP currency in Final Fantasy 14, and PvP is not the most popular aspect of the MMO. So it’s not unusual for some players to just do PvP in order to get this unique unisex hairstyle.

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