- If your blue hair turned green, you can re-apply the same blue hair dye you used at first to unify the color.
- Alternatively, if you prefer to change your color, you can choose a new hair color. Remember to consider your current green base.
- If you decide to remove the green, but don’t want to change colors, you’ll have to fade the pigments using anti-dandruff shampoo.
When it comes to coloring your hair with non-traditional dyes, the future may bring unpleasant surprises.
For example, your hair, which you had colored that blue you liked so much, may turn green and you don’t know how that happened.
The answer is simple and far from being a mystery.
When you decided to color your hair with semi-permanent dye, blue in this case, the first thing you did was to bleach your hair to reach a light yellow base color.
As you applied a blue hair dye, when you wash your hair, the color starts to fade, and green starts to show.
It’s a very common disadvantage in fantasy colors and semi-permanent hair dyes. As they fade, the pigments (blue) blends with the base (yellow), and the resulting color isn’t what you expect (green).
So, if you used to wear perfect blue in your hair, now the only thing you can see is a greenish tone that is very far from what you want.
Do you want to know how to fix it?
Then, stay here because I’ll tell you about it.
- How to fix with dye your hair turned green.
- How to fix your hair turned green by quickly fading the color
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How to fix blue hair turned green with dye
If you’re ready to get rid of the green in your blue hair turned green, you have two options: keeping your hair blue or changing the color. You will achieve either by choosing a semi-permanent hair dye.
If you want to remove the green you got after washing your hair, you can apply blue semi-permanent hair dye again.
You can also change your shade of blue. What do I mean?
Fantasy colors stand out for their color variety. So, you can apply blue hair dye on green hair by changing slightly its intensity or depth.
- If you had applied dark blue (deep), you may apply an intense blue (light)
- If you had applied greenish-blue, you may try electric blue
- If you had applied a light-blue, you may try turquoise
As you can see, there are infinite possibilities within the blue color range.
If you’re tired of blue and want to get rid of green, you can use a new color.
This way, you’ll change both blue and green. That means that you’ll get full new color. However, you have to carefully choose the new dye.
You must consider your green base color because the new dye has to completely cover the green. What colors can you choose?
- Fire engine red
Any of those colors will completely cover green and you’ll wear a unified color again.
What happens if you want to apply pastel colors or yellow shades?
In that case, you’ll have to completely remove green because light fantasy colors don’t cover the green base. If you don’t remove the base color, the resulting color will be a mix of shades far from your wishes.
So, to remove green, you’ll have to bleach your hair. Remember it’s a very aggressive process that may damage and even burn your hair fiber.
Are you tired of semi-permanent hair dye? Then, the only solution is to go back to your natural color. You’ll have to completely remove the green.
How to fix your hair turned green by fading the color faster
If you no longer want to use semi-permanent hair dye but want to remove the green shades, you can speed up the fading process.
You’ll have to bleach your hair. All you need is an anti-dandruff shampoo. Why?
Because that kind of shampoo has a higher amount of sulfates. They are corrosive chemicals that remove dye from your hair, whether they are permanent or semi-permanent.
If you use anti-dandruff shampoo, the green shades will disappear after 5 or 6 washes.
How to use anti-dandruff shampoo.
- Wet your hair. Lather a generous amount of anti-dandruff shampoo and massage your scalp thoroughly.
- Let it in for 5 minutes and rinse as usual.
- Apply moisturizing conditioner with keratin or oil to repair your hair, because anti-dandruff shampoo tends to dry hair.
If your blue hair turned green, you can solve it with different options that will depend on whether you want to keep on coloring your hair or if you prefer to go back to your base color.
- If you prefer to color your hair, you can apply a blue dye because it’ll cover green or any other semi-permanent color. If you decide to apply another color, you’ll have to take the green base color into account when selecting the new hair dye.
- If you no longer want to wear blue or green hair, an anti-dandruff shampoo may help accelerate the fading process of your semi-permanent hair dye. Remember that, in that case, you’ll have to deeply moisturize your hair afterward.
Now, what will you choose? Will you wear blue or green hair, or do you prefer your natural color?