How to Change Your Hairstyle in The Division 2

How to Change Your Hairstyle in The Division 2

Here's how you can recruit a barber to your settlement, and change your hairstyle in The Division 2.

While there's no current way to change the overall appearance of your character in The Division 2 (you're stuck with who you create), there is a way to change the hairstyle of your character. In this Division 2 hairstyle guide, we'll be walking you through how to change your hairstyle in The Division 2, so you can easily give your character a fresh new cut whenever you want.

But if you instead need any additional information on Ubisoft's shooter sequel, you can head over to our The Division 2 tips page. It's here that you can find a complete list of essential tips and tricks that all Division 2 Agents should know, and much more.

How to Unlock the Barber in The Division 2

Things haven't been so great in Washington D.C. since the apocalypse hit. Things have been so bad, in fact, that there's only one barber left in the entire city. To unlock the only barber in the game, you're going to want to head to the district that's immediately west of the White House, the area in which you started The Division 2.

Here's where you can find the Campus Settlement. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Ubisoft

In this Downtown West district, which has a minimum recommended level of 15, you can unlock the Campus Settlement. This is the only Settlement in the Downtown West district of the game. Once you've unlocked the Campus, you need to go and speak to the Settlement leader, who will then provide you with a number of missions that you can undertake in order to increase the security of the Campus.

Once you've completed two of these missions, a new NPC will show up in the Campus Settlement. Go and speak to Joshua Brown, and he'll offer his services to you within the Campus. Just so happens that he's the only barber left in D.C.

How to Change Hairstyles in The Division 2

With Joshua Brown now unlocked in the Campus Settlement, you can head over to him any time you feel like changing the hairstyle of your character. But outside of the style of your hair, Joshua Brown can also change your hair color, face paint, scars, neck tattoos, arm tattoos, and leg tattoos.

He's one heck of a decent barber, then. We should note that selecting to change any of the aforementioned options for your character will cost you credits, but thankfully not Premium Credits, which are the microtransaction currency of the game. So you can head on over to Joshua Brown and change your character up however you wish.

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Hirun Cryer

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Hirun Cryer is by far the most juvenile member of USgamer. He's so juvenile, that this is his first full-time job in the industry, unlike literally every other person featured on this page. He's written for The Guardian, Paste Magazine, and Kotaku, and he likes waking up when the sun rises and roaming the nearby woods with the bears and the wolves.

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