HAIR HELP: Blues and purples can make hair fade to green. Any colour with a blue base fades to green and it can be stubborn to leave the hair. If you are nervous about trying a new colour and want it to fade out softly, you can try peaches and pinks! Warmer colours such as pinks and peaches neutralise green tones in hair.
Pink based colours not only cover the green but can tone the hair as well. Depending on how strong the green shade is will depend on how the pink fades. It can sometimes fade out and turn the green to a neutral blonde shade, however sometimes it takes a few top ups before the green completely leaves the hair. To speed up the process in between colouring you can always use washing out liquid and leave it in your hair for an hour to try and further remove the green.
If you want to have a natural colour you can try awkward peach on your hair (again depending on how dark the green is) if it’s a pastel green awkward peach can cover and turn the hair to a warm golden blonde. If it’s a dark green I would mix tangerine dream in with it to ensure coverage. This result may not be quite as natural but it totally depends how much of the brighter colour you’re adding to it.
Step 1. Give your hair 2 shampoos and towel dry to take the excess moisture out!
Step 2. Empty bottle of colour into a bowl and use tint brush for root application. If you have long or thick hair and want full head coverage you may need more than 1 bottle. 2 and a half bottles used on this hair for full head coverage.
Step 3. Section into 4 starting at the nape take sections 2cm deep for even coverage. Work product into the hair and pull apart hair to ensure colour is evenly spread and worked into any stubborn green areas.
Step 4. Leave colour on for 15 minutes and rinse well. Your hair will look and feel amazing because of the conditioning mask in the colour!!!!!!!
BY TASHA @BLEACH