What happens to red hair when it is in chlorinated water?
== == == == I have natural light red hair and if i swim too often in chlorinated pools without using special shampoo after my hair will turn a tinge of green. Wetting your hair in normal water before hand helps too absorb so much chlorine, and using tomato sauce in your hair helps to get the colour green out if your hair changes colour.
From what I can find out natural or dyed red hair is resistant to colour change in chlorinated water. However as chlorine is a bleaching agent the colour will fade if you swim a lot with unprotected hair.
yes it will but only if you do it right! if you want a bright red color boil vinegar in a small pot and add the food coloring till you get the color you want. Then dip your hair in the vinegar for 10 minutes and dip your hair in cold water until the water runs clear. Then wipe the water out of your hair and wait for it to dry. but if you want…
In genetics, each organism will typically have 2 alleles for each trait. For a trait such as hair color, you might have an allele for red hair from your dad and an allele for brown hair from your mom. The trait for brown hair happens to be dominant to the trait for red hair so you would show the allele for brown hair. (In other words, you would have brown hair.)
Will your kid have red hair if you have brown hair and blue eyes but your partner has red hair and brown eyes?
ANSWER: No, actually, not very many Irish people have red hair these days. Most of them have dark hair. Black, Brown-Dark/Light with streaks of red. i am Full blooded Irish, and i have dark dark brown hair with natural red highlights Answer No. Answer No, not all Irish people have red hair... i am a product of that I'm Irish and have not ever seen a red hair on my head. Answer No. not many…
There is no collective noun specifically for 'red hair', however the collective nouns for hair are a lock of hair and a tuft of hair. Collective nouns are an informal part of language, Any noun that suits a situation can function as a collective noun. You can use a noun that suits your fancy, such as a head of red hair, a blaze of red hair, an inferno of red hair, etc.