Default Replacement For Cheese hair color Intolerants

by Yato Kagura
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Default Replacement For Cheese hair color Intolerants

The Sims 4 Default Replacement For Cheese [hair color] Intolerants

Ok, so…I had reached such a level of sickness every time a new cheese blonde NPC popped up in my game that I decided to finally accept the challenge of recoloring all the brows, hair, and facial hair not to see it ever again (and, if possible, to change it into a shade I may actually enjoy using). I thought a lighter shade of ginger would be nice, especially since we have now a wider variety of blondes and brunettes.

Given that I tend to accidentally delete stuff on my pc plus I’m losing interest in the game I thought it would be wise to post my work here (so it doesn’t get lost forever), also hoping to make someone who [like myself] can’t stand that color happy

The merged files for hair and facial hair are organized by packs (brows are only found in the base game). In the merged files for each pack ALL assets are included (toddler, child, young adult; masculine and feminine frames) that come with that specific pack.
Note: there may be some changes in the set of base game hairs with future updates since they sometimes add brand new hair or hair from older packs.

Update 03/03/22
-Added DR_Hair_Blonde_GP09JourneyToBatuu and DR_Hair_Blonde_GP11MyWeddingStories (very controversial choice, I know)
-Added DR_Hair_Blonde_41FilesArchive containing all the 41 merged files (I don’t know why I didn’t think about this sooner, sorry) so you can download everything in one click and then keep the packages you’re interested in and delete the ones you don’t need
-Added DR_Hair_Blonde_AllPacksOneFile [thanks to xC0C0A for commenting and suggesting this] containing only one file with all retextures from all packs (for those who have all packs or don’t care about having more retextures than actually needed )

Programs used:
Big thanks to the creators!!

Credit : CarolB89

How to Download Custom Content on Sims 4 ?

1.Download the package

2.Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Mods. Moving the custom content into the Mods folder.

3.Make sure the custom content works in your game.

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