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How to Change Your Hair Color in Mass Effect 2 Using Vectors

Mass Effect 2 is a popular action role-playing video game that lets you customize your character's appearance, including their hair color. However, the game only offers a limited range of colors to choose from, and you may want to change your hair color to something more unique or realistic. In this article, we will show you how to change your hair color in Mass Effect 2 using vectors, which are mathematical values that represent the hue, saturation and brightness of a color.

Vectors are a convenient way to change your hair color because they allow you to adjust the color without affecting the texture or shape of your hair. You can use any vector value you want, as long as it is between 0 and 1. For example, a vector of (0.5, 0.5, 0.5) would give you a gray hair color, while a vector of (1, 0, 0) would give you a bright red hair color.

To change your hair color using vectors, you will need a PC version of Mass Effect 2 and a program called Trilogy Save Editor[^1^], which allows you to edit your save files. You can download it from here. Once you have installed the program, follow these steps:

Launch Trilogy Save Editor and open your save file.

Go to the Head Morph tab and click on Raw.

Scroll down to Vector Parameters and find HED_Hair_Colour_Vector.

Double-click on the value and enter the vector you want for your hair color. For example, if you want a blonde hair color, you could enter (0.9, 0.8, 0.6).

Click OK and save your changes.

Load your save file in Mass Effect 2 and enjoy your new hair color!

You can experiment with different vectors until you find the one that suits your preference. You can also use online tools like Freepik [^3^] to find hair color vectors that match real-life colors or styles.

Changing your hair color in Mass Effect 2 using vectors is a simple and fun way to personalize your character and make them stand out from the crowd. Try it out and see how it changes your gaming experience!Other Ways to Customize Your Character in Mass Effect 2

Changing your hair color using vectors is not the only way to customize your character in Mass Effect 2. The game also offers other options to modify your appearance and abilities, such as choosing your class, origin, reputation, bonus power and facial features. Here are some of the other ways you can customize your character in Mass Effect 2:


Your class determines your combat style and the powers you can use in battle. There are six classes to choose from: Soldier, Engineer, Adept, Infiltrator, Vanguard and Sentinel. Each class has its own strengths and weaknesses, as well as unique abilities that can be upgraded throughout the game. For example, Soldiers are proficient with all weapons and can use adrenaline rush to slow down time, while Engineers can hack enemy systems and deploy combat drones. You can choose your class at the beginning of the game or change it when you import a character from Mass Effect 1[^2^].


Your origin determines your background and where you were born. There are three origins to choose from: Earthborn, Colonist and Spacer. Each origin has its own implications for your character's personality and dialogue options. For example, Earthborns are street-smart and tough, Colonists are survivors of a brutal attack on their colony, and Spacers are military brats who grew up on starships. You can choose your origin at the beginning of the game or inherit it from your imported character from Mass Effect 1[^2^].


Your reputation determines your psychological profile and how you are perceived by others. There are three reputations to choose from: Sole Survivor, War Hero and Ruthless. Each reputation has its own consequences for your character's morality and relationships. For example, Sole Survivors are haunted by a traumatic event that killed their squad, War Heroes are decorated veterans who inspire others, and Ruthless are cold-blooded killers who will stop at n

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