It is not the salt water pool or the salt water that is turning your hair green. It is a poorly maintained pool with a chemical imbalance - pH and total alkalinity out of required parameters.
Yes, they are much better than chlorine. I would be cautious about entering a salt-water pool if you have dyed your hair blonde, I've experienced my hair turning green after swimming in a pool of salt water. It's basically like swimming in the ocean.
The color of the pool is no problem at all. If the water is green, who in his right mind would jump in?
the answer to your question is yes. i know from expierience lol i dyed my hair blonde and went swimming about 2 weeks later and now i have green hair lol. it doesnt look very nice but i would advise against it because it is really noticable. it wont go dark green it will go light green. hope this helped! Try using Ion Swimmer's Conditioner and work it through hair prior to swimming. This helps protect against sun damage, prevents green brittle hair, and helps correct damage from Chlorine.
There are many colors that go good on a blonde hair green eyed person. I would think that light colors would go best.
the same as you would if you were swimming in water that is only a foot deeper then you just dont stop swimming
well i would be swimming if a small lake
Most likely the baby will have blue+green mix and you wont know until the baby grows hair it could be any colour but by Mother has blonde hair green eyes and father has brown hair green eyes the baby would probably have dark blonde hair
The solvent would be water, the solute would be the chlorine chemicals
The solvent would be water, the solute would be the chlorine chemicals.
There would be no measurable difference.
no because if they get wet the water will freeze, swimming would be very dangerous and suicidal.
Unless you have an ozonator, which would inject ozone (O3) to sanitize, there are no gases added to the water of a swimming pool.
The baby would probably have dirty blonde
in feet,example:if the side of the swimming pool says 4ft the length of the swimming pool would be 4 feet
yah i would die 4 someone like that
if clorine you would throw up
yes they do or they would dye without swimming in salt water
If you are swimming in clean, chlorinated water this would be safe. If the water is not very clean, then there is a risk of exposing your sore to an infection. Personally, I would wait for the sore to heal.
Sports in the water (swimming, water skiing, diving etc.).
The maximum PH that would be allowed for water for swimming is about 7.8. A person should not swim in water that has a higher PH level than this to prevent chemical burns.
It would probably turn out ginger , if you had brown hair it would turn green :S
If water did that all the swimming pools in the world would be full of men.
Water is 784 times denser than air.
Swimming pool water can be what ever temperature you would like it to be just not too cold or too hot just need to have a little relaxation. :)
Because our skin doesn't absorb water. If it did - we would sink every time we went swimming, or into the bath !