Why does my hair have a green tint after bleaching?
That green you’re seeing is actually just an oxidized mineral buildup. “Copper, magnesium, and chlorine bind to the proteins on the surface of the hair shaft,” says Ionato. But don’t reach for a purifying shampoo—not only will it not remove the grassy tinge, it might actually strip hair dye.
How do you get green out of blonde hair?
Tips and Tactics
- Try treating your hair with ordinary Baking Soda, which costs pennies per application. …
- Use and leave deep conditioner on your hair for a minimum of 15-minutes, at least once weekly. …
- Try using tomato ketchup to get rid of the green tinge; that’s right: ketchup!