Change Link's Hairstyle Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

I’m sure there are gonna be plenty of you that will want to change Link’s hairstyle in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, maybe even his hair color. Granted, he does look like he’s been doing his hair with a firecracker. That said, your options of customizing Link’s hair in Zelda TOTK are pretty limited. Allow me to explain.

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Change Link’s Hairstyle Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Change Link’s Hairstyle in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

One of the ways you can change Link’s hairstyle in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is to find the Well-Worn Hair Band. To do that, head over to these coordinates: 3320, -2278, 0130. That’s a house that’s above Firly Pond. Inside you’ll find Zelda’s diary, which directs Bolson to build her a secret room. Neat, where is that? Head out of the house and go to the coordinates 3301, -2300, 0129. There you’ll find Zelda’s Secret Well. You’ll see ladders peeking out on one side, so climb them down. Open the treasure chest and pick up the Well-Worn Hair Band. Be sure to search the rest of the place, since you can find another diary and start the “New Championship’s Tunic” side quest.

So, that’s how you can change Link’s hairstyle in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom – equip the hair band. This gives link a messy ponytail of sorts. Keep in mind that it has no armor stats, nor does it give you any special powers or resistances. It’s just a regular ole hair band. Now, as we’ve said in the paragraph above, there are probably other ways to alter Link’s hairdo. I don’t mean that there’s an actual barber anywhere in Hyrule; as far as we can tell, there isn’t. However, there could be other headgear that also changes Link’s hair. We’ll be sure to update the guide with more info when we have it. Let us know in the comments if you know where these pieces of gear are.

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