Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Posted on 11 September 2019

Byleth (F)

Midnight Blue is perfect for our protagonist, though Mako Green is a good option as well depending on the reference! Our Ferrari would have enough length to work with for the female version, though it might need some trimming for a more accurate length. Brush it for a fluffier look and relax the curls with heat from a hair dryer if desired. This tutorial might come in handy for feathering in some shorter layers:

 


Byleth (M)

Midnight Blue is perfect for our protagonist, though Mako Green is a good option as well depending on the reference! Our Caine would be a good out-of-the-bag option, though if you want a more dramatic length between the top and nape area, you could use our Magnum Long with some trimming. This tutorial might come in handy for trimming bangs:


Edelgard


Le Tigre in Lunar Blonde


Grace in Titanium Blonde

The Le Tigre would be a good long style option with fewer layers and long hair in front. When trimming long bangs into this style, feather the ends and curl in slightly with some heat. The front has some pre-teased fibres to allow easier parting without exposing wefts, though if you want a more dramatic part you might consider straightening our Grace or Dany styles. Pure White and Snow White could work as well for colour, as well as our new colour, Lunar Blonde! Our Luthien style also has long bangs already trimmed in if you don’t mind straightening the curls, though you’ll want to do a more gentle part in the front. This tutorial might come in handy if you start with one of the curly wig options:


Dimitri


Blue Steele in Fairy Blonde


Kyle in Fairy Blonde

The Kyle is a good length, though it is quite fluffy on top! Use some heat from a hair dryer or remove some wefts to tone down the thickness if desired. The Blue Steele would only need some length trimmed in the front. This tutorial might come in handy if you start with the Kyle:


Claude


Marty in Deep Brown


Marty in Cool Dark Brown

Claude’s hair is a tad more on the cool side, but both darker brown shades will look great! Add a small clip-in extension for his braid, and you can use this trick to tone down the widow’s peak:

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