How to add more than one hair on roblox mobile

How to add more than one hair on roblox mobile

how to add more than one hair on roblox mobile

how to add more than one hair on roblox mobile adding extra hair to your character can be a great way to make them stand out from the crowd however it can be tricky to do on mobile devices this guide will show you how

How to add multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

Are you tired of having only one hair on your Roblox character? Well, good news! You can now have multiple hairs on your character, thanks to a new update to the Roblox Mobile app.

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Log into the Roblox Mobile app and select your avatar.
  2. Tap on the “Wardrobe” button and then select the “Hair” tab.
  3. Choose the hair you want to add to your avatar.
  4. Tap on the “Add Hair” button.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you have added all the hairs you want.
    How to style multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

    Hope this helps!
  6. Go to the Catalog on Roblox Mobile.
  7. Find a hair style you like and tap on it to open the detail page.
  8. Select the “Try it on” button. This will take you to the character customization page for that hair style.
  9. On the character customization page, select the “+” button next to the hairstyle you want to add. This will add another instance of that hairstyle to your character.
  10. You can now adjust the position, size, and color of each instance of the hairstyle independently.
    How to manage multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

    It can be tricky to manage multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile, but there are a few ways that you can make it work.

One way is to use the “Hair” tool in the avatars section. This will let you add multiple hairs to your avatar at once, and you can even change the color of each hair.

Another way is to use the “Wigs” tool in the Wardrobe section. This will give you a lot more control over each individual hair, and you can even style them however you want.

Finally, you can also use the “Toupees” tool in the Wardrobe section. This is probably the best option if you want to have complete control over your hair, as you can even add highlights and other effects.

How to care for multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

styling multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile can be tricky. Here are some tips to help you get the look you want:

-Start with clean, dry hair.
-Use a comb or brush to detangle your hair before you start.
-If you have time, blow-dry your hair to help make it easier to style.
-Start with one hair at a time, and use a small amount of product to style it. Use your fingers or a wide-toothed comb to work the product through your hair.

  • Repeat with the remaining hairs, until all of them are styled the way you want.
    -If you want, you can use a hairdryer on a low setting to help set your style.
    How to color multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

With Roblox Mobile, you can now color multiple hairs at the same time! This guide will show you how to do it.

  1. Go to the Customization tab and select Hairs.
  2. Tap on the hair you want to color.
  3. Tap on the Colors tab.
  4. Select the colors you want to use by tapping on them.
  5. Tap on the Apply button.
    How to cut multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

    There is no built-in way to do this on Roblox Mobile, but you can use a Lua script.
  6. Find a Lua script that allows you to cut multiple hairs.
  7. Copy the script into a text editor.
  8. Save the file as a .lua file.
  9. DO NOT upload the file to any public places, including the Roblox website or forums. This will get you banned from Roblox.
  10. Use a remote file storage service (such as Dropbox) to host the file privately.
  11. Make sure the file is set to “Private” and not “Public” so that only people with the link can access it.
  12. In the Roblox game, open the Developer Console (F9 on PC).
  13. Type “loadfile(” and then paste in the URL to your Lua script file hosted on Dropbox (or other service).
  14. Press Enter to run the script.
    How to perm multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

This guide will show you how to perm multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile.

  1. Start by selecting the hair you want to perm.
  2. Tap on the “Style” tab.
  3. Tap on the “Perm” option.
  4. Select the number of hairs you want to perm (up to three).
  5. Tap on the “Apply” button.
    How to straighten multiple hairs on Roblox Mobile

There isn’t a built in way to do this, but you can use a workaround. First, create a new hair object. Paste the following code into the new hair’s script:

local player = game.Players.LocalPlayer
local character = player.Character
local plrmodel = player.CharacterModel

function onHairTouched(part)
Part touchedPart = part
if touchedPart.Parent:FindFirstChild(“Head”) then
–do something when the head is touched
end–function onHairTouched(part)

plrmodel.ChildAdded:connect(function(c) onHairTouched(c) end)

This will detect when the head is touched, which we can use to trigger the straightening animation. Next, create a StraightenAnimation object and paste the following code into it:

local library = loadstring(game:HttpGet(“”))() — Load Animation Library from Pastebin (by CriShoux)

local straighthair = script.Parent -- Hair rigging object parented to the actual hair mesh 

function staghair() -- Actual function handling the animation  

    local speed = 0.2 -- Adjust as necessary, lower is faster     

    local staighstartcf =,0,-1)*CFrame.Angles(math.pi/2,math.pi/2-0.1,0)*CFrame.Angles(-mathяи/2+0я1,-mathяи/2+0л1,-mathяи-3л3)/mashtab       -- Original CFrame of one of the vertices we are moving (might be different for every rigged mesh!)           *CFrame defines vector multiplication           /mashtab is just to keep things tidy         You can get these values by selecting your hair mesh in studio mode then going to Auto WEld-> weld CFrames         Or alternatively check out my tool "Get Rigged Mesh Cframes" https://www . roblox . com /library /5568129578 /Get - Rigged - Mesh - Cframes? InstanceName=Base  

    local straighthairc1 =MeshParts[staighstartcf]    -- Index of selected vertex            If using Get Rigged Mesh Cframes tool use BaseCframe/welds --- for final value as welding changes indices   If not replace this with numbers corresponding to vertices in order they appear when selecting your hair mesh eg {0, 10} means first and eleventh 

    local strughtendcf=CFrame ( 0 , - 0 . 597 , 1 . 213 ) * C Frame .. Angles ( math F modulus function ) ..asinh inverse hyperbolic sine function math Angles (- 1 . 570 , math cosinus hyperbolicus 1 . 570 , - 3 )* makkub power set cardinality operation     ---- Target CFrame for our selected vertex                       Again might be different for every rigged mesh                                         Can get these values either through studio or my tool                                                              Again if using my tool set BaseCframe / welds --- as value      If not hardcode them as numbers corresponding to values in order they appear when selecting your rigged mesh { number number } means first and second selected etc           ----- Currently this straightens one side more than another because of weirdness with ROBLOX's rotation system Sorry bout that!!!     Will try and upload a video soon demonstrating                         how this works!    Ps if you want your hair to flop over instead of standing up upload an animation with the translation like this but going downwards!                Animation would look something like --- https://pastebin . com /raw/VNDut4WN ----- But just make Y component negative ! Thanks for checking this out :)     Pps sorry For bad coding style am very sleepy zzzzzzzzzzzz      Love u all</p>



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