I believe that you are to use vinegar to rid your hair of excessive chlorine. I also have heard that you can purchase a product called "swimmers"shampoo that will do the same thing. ( and smell better too). Another solution is to go to your stylist and they can "strip' your hair for a nominal charge. ThanksanswerI have removed excessive chlorine from blonde hair with a red color filler. Get it from a beauty supply store. I t looks like blood, but adds no color.
Baquacil makes a product called Chlorine Neurtalizer that can be used to remove the Chlorine, it may take several days for the green to filter through.
The chlorine in the swimming pool caused your hair to turn green
baking soda actually raises pH so do not use. check pH level and get that straight first.
No. Chlorine is green.
no joke but you put ketchup in it when your in the shower or you can use baking soda to get chlorine out of it...im a competative swimmer i know these kind of things
the colour of Chlorine is green.
Green pool water is caused by algae. To remove the algae, bring the pH level of the water to 7.8, scrub the sides and bottom of the pool, shock the water with chlorine, then vacuum up all the dead algae.
when highlights become green it is usually caused by alot of chlorine in your water!its also caused by metallic salts in the water!you could bring a bottle of water to a garden centre and they can test it for you!
No, it is green.
chlorine gas is always green in colour.
Chlorine will turn hair green, but you shouldn't have chlorine in your shower.
Chlorine is a yellowish green element