Peroxide Roblox Hair Guide – How to Get Hair and Hair IDs

Our Peroxide Roblox Hair guide contains all you need to know about changing your hair in the Roblox game based on Bleach!

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Planning to change your Peroxide Roblox Hair in-game? It’s a fairly easy process, but you’ll need to have a little browse on the Roblox Marketplace!

Peroxide is a Roblox RPG that draws inspiration from the hit anime series, Bleach. You play as a Hollow, Soul Reaper, or Quincy, and have to improve your power by training and battling opponents. There are a variety of abilities that you can unlock too, as you strive to become the most powerful character in the server.

For more information about Peroxide, you can visit the game’s official Roblox page. We also have a Peroxide map guide, Peroxide Resurrection tier list, and a Peroxide Accessories guide.

Peroxide Roblox Hair Guide

Now, let’s move on to the guide!

How to Get New Hair in Peroxide

To get new hair in Peroxide, you need to head to Shinigami Cuts in Karakura Town. Once you head inside Shinigami Cuts salon, you can talk to Trimigami – yes, that’s his real name. He will then give you the option to change your hair!

If you end up changing your hair and you dislike it, you can pay 50 Yen to get a new haircut. Make sure you have plenty of Yen if you want to experiment with different styles!

Hair IDs

Now, it’s not as simple as selecting a certain hairstyle for your character. You’ll need to enter a hair ID into the boxes that pop up on the screen. You can actually try out a variety of hair IDs at once to obtain unique hairstyles – this is where lots of leftover Yen is important! To get a hair ID, all you need to do is head to the Roblox Marketplace and find the hair that you want. Look for the hair ID on the item’s page and enter the same ID into the text box at Shinigami Cuts!

With experience writing for GameRant and in SEO copywriting, Adele loves to combine her adoration for gaming and writing. She'll talk your ear off about anything fantasy, and if she's not typing away at her desk, she's probably playing an RPG somewhere.