FFXIV Hairstyles

FFXIV features many unique hairstyles that can be unlocked through various methods. While some are gender or race-specific, many are available to anyone. One way to earn new hairstyles is by participating in Shadowbringers’ Alliance Raid at the Tower of Paradigm’s Breach. This specific achievement will cost you 18,000 Wolf Marks, which can be acquired by participating in PvP matches.

The Glamour system in Final Fantasy XIV allows your Warrior of Light to stand out with endless customization options. Some hairstyles require additional work to unlock them. Male and female characters can purchase the Adventure Hairstyle for 1,800 Skybuilders Scrips from Enie. Male characters receive longer haircuts, while female characters have ponytails. You can also customize the hairstyle according to your gender preferences for an additional cost.

A Close Shave is one of the most beloved add-on hairstyles in FFXIV. It is an adjustable short style suitable for both male and female characters. You can purchase this hairstyle on the Market Board for 1,800 Skybuilder Scrips. In Patch 6.35, the hairstyle also became available through scanning Bronze Sacks found within the Eureka Orthos Deep Dungeon.

An aesthetic braid can add flair to any ensemble and beautifully frame your face while highlighting its features. This hairstyle was initially introduced during the Make It Rain event but can now be purchased with real money at Mogstation in the Gold Saucer. It suits everyone, as its unisex design makes a statement about individuality. You can find this hairstyle on Mogstation for 18,000 Wolf Marks, with conservative cuts for male characters and flower-adorned ponytails for female characters.

Low ponytails are a classic and elegant choice for all hair textures, particularly romantic when worn by those with wavy locks. You can tuck loose strands around your face to complete the look for an added framing effect. For an even more elegant style, you can tease your roots for added volume and wrap a small section around the elastic for a sleek finish.

Bangs can add a stylish edge to your face. They are easier to style than full, blunt bangs that require combing after each nap. The Modern Aesthetics Saleswoman offers a simple hairstyle with side-swept bangs and a large ponytail at the Gold Saucer. This style is popular with players deciding whether to commit to long locks.

Long hairstyles are considered some of the cutest in FFXIV, and this beautiful long locks style looks stunning on both male and female characters. You can purchase this hairstyle on the Market Board for 1,800 Skybuilders Scrips or through Bronze-trimmed Sacks in the Palace of the Dead. It is also available as loot from The Tower of Paradigm’s Breach Alliance Raid from the Nier: Automata crossover event.

Short hair is an incredibly versatile cut that can be styled in many different ways, from face-framing lobs to classic pixie cuts. This aesthetic looks good on almost everyone and conveys confidence. Romantic styles with short textured bobs or adding bangs are particularly easy to achieve. The Cottagecore vibes emphasize natural beauty and an easygoing lifestyle.

Inspired by Prince Noctis from Final Fantasy XV, this hairstyle was released during the FFXIV-FFXV collaboration event. It can be obtained at the Gold Saucer for 50,000 MGP once the Orbonne Monastery raid is complete. The hairstyle is unisex and can be worn by all races except Viera. To create this hairstyle, players must possess the Modern Aesthetics – Gyr Abanian Plait in their inventory before visiting an Aesthetician in an inn room.

If a straight-edge bob feels too sterile, you can switch up your look with this softer layered cut featuring an eye-catching micro fringe. Pair it with Emerge My Mane BFF Leave-In Conditioning Pomade for maximum benefits. Full, voluminous curls add volume while framing your face in an aesthetically pleasing manner. This style works particularly well with bangs for a touch of 90s flair.

This stylish hairdo combines elements from old Hollywood and mermaid-esque styles for an easy yet striking combination. It looks best on females with long locks and can be purchased from the Wolves’ Den Provisioner for 18,000 Wolf Marks. Originally part of the Final Fantasy XV collaboration event in 2019, this windswept cut suits both male and female characters.