How to get FFXIV Dawntrail It Takes Two hairstyle
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How to Get FFXIV Dawntrail It Takes Two Hairstyle

As with any expansion, there are new items to unlock in Final Fantasy XIV Dawntrail, including new hairstyles. One of the most popular new hairstyles is the FFXIV Dawntrail It Takes Two style, which doesn’t seem to have any relation to the similarly-titled game.

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How to get FFXIV Dawntrail It Takes Two hairstyle
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How to Get It Takes Two Hairstyle in FFXIV Dawntrail

There are two main ways to get the It Takes Two Hairstyle. Like the other Modern Aesthetic hairstyles, you need to unlock it. The fastest way is to buy it from someone on the Market Board.

There are two issues with this method, though. The first is the hairstyle will likely be astronomically expensive. The other problem is there might not be enough stock on the Market Board in the first place for you. This is the problem I ran into where it is currently sold out on my world at the time of writing.

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Since the Market Board may not always have this specific hairstyle in stock, for the reasons mentioned above, players will have to get it through other means. More specifically, you need to do the new Br’aaxskin Treasure Maps. You can get treasure maps through gathering or through the Market Board, where they are pretty cheap.

As with all treasure maps, you’ll want a party if possible, be level 100, and have some patience. There is no guarantee you will find this new hairstyle here. So, it helps if you know a group of players with these new treasure maps so you can run multiple times in a row.

Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail is available right now for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

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