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I had blonde hair then dyed it to black but now it's a little bit green???

Asked by: Karenhappuch 398 views Hair , , ,

Please help me. I don’t want to have green tints in my hair. How can I get rid of the green without going to the salon or maybe without even dying it? Pls!!!!

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  1. Angel Babe on Aug 09, 2013

    Basically you get the main colour bases in "all in one dye kits" which are: blue, red, yellow, orange, green and violet. You seem to have mingled in with the green category. Compliment green with red, red will neutralize it, but be sure to put in the same amount red as you did green, otherwise, your hair will turn red/ bronze. It’s best to use a red toner if you can get hold of one, which will prevent further peroxide damage which will make your hair break eventually. If you dont want to use any dye on your hair straight up, then the acidity in tomatoes (be it tomato paste, sauce or tomato juice) helps to balance the Ph levels in your hair, bringing back its natural color and smell!

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  2. Fairy Princess on Aug 09, 2013

    Your not supposed to dye blonde hair black with out a few steps. First off, you are supposed to dye it red. then dye it black. you had blonde hair which was "yellow" then you put black dye which was " blue"( the primary base color in black and brown.) Which came out green. the red in brown and black hair color prevent this. You could try semi permanent. I suggest dying your hair natural reddish brown hair color. It won’t look brown since your hair is black.

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  3. Sweetie Hugsie Pie on Aug 09, 2013

    It will really only get worse over time as the black lightens a bit. The only option is to re-dye it until you get the full black effect. it may take a couple trys . remember, that is a big transition! Please answer mine?

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