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Where to Find the Barber in Type Soul

Let's get a haircut!

Customizing your character is always an important part of any gaming experience and, well, the right kind of haircut makes all the difference. But if you want to change your hair in this Roblox experience, first you’ll have to know where to find the Barber in Type Soul. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know on how to track him down.

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Where is the Barber Location in Type Soul?

You can find the Type Soul barber in Karakura Town, but where exactly? The easy way is to start from the garage, on the right side of town, near to where all the tall buildings are. You can go straight from there – just make sure that the two bridges are on your left as you walk down the road. You will know you are in the right place when you see several single houses.

Character walking on rooftops in Type Soul
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Pass the basketball field on the right, while going straight. You will be pretty close to the Bank NPC as well. Once you see a wall with a single bench on the right, on the left there will be two houses, one in front of the other. The one you need is a small house in front of the one made up of cement. You will recognize the Barber NPC by his peculiar look, as he has one shoulder and arm out of his suit, and black helmet hair.

How to Use the Type SoulBarber NPC

Basically, once you greet him, and you have enough money (150k Kan) he will give you a list of possible assets IDs to fill. This is where you can use hair accessories IDs that you want your character to wear and that you can find in the store. It is a good way to avoid paying for the hair that you wish your character to have, and instead just use the direct asset IDs of the hair.

That’s all you need to know about where to find the barber in Type Soul. For more information on the game, check out how to leave divisions and how to get to the Rukon district.

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Damiano Gerli is a gaming historian and freelance journalist, born with a faithful Commodore 64 by his side. He has been writing about games for 20+ years, with articles on gaming history published on Kotaku, PC Gamer, PcGamesN and Retro Gamer magazine. Say hi to him on Twitter at @damgentemp, or on his blog https://genesistemple.com (now dedicated to the history of video game design).