Pool water that has a higher concentration of COPPER will tend to turn light colored hair slightly green.
The copper could be from a number of sources including: naturally high copper content in your local water; high use of copper-based algaecides; high water pH; use of ionizers, etc.
Some people believe that you can remove some oxidized metals from your hair by using shampoos which contain the chelating agent EDTA (ethylenediamene tetracetic acid).
Others believe that Washing your hair in warm water containing dissolved aspirin will have a similar result.
Personally, I cannot say if either of these suggestions will work or that they won't damage your hair further. I include them here for information only.
I would advise you or the pool owner to monitor the amount of dissolved metals in the water and add a chelating agents to the pool to neutralize or remove metals from the water before they have a chance to be absorbed by your hair.
chlorine it is known to turn light blonde hair a greenish color. so if your a blonde always wash your hair after swimming in a chlorine pool.
Nope it turns it green. Trust me im brunette but I've got a blonde friend and she says her hair gets tinted green
I'd say a light brown with blonde highlights that always looks good for someone who has green eyes!
This may sound disgusting at first, but I have found that leaving ketchup in your hair takes out the green. Trust me, I know it sounds strange but it really works! Hope this helped:)
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No, it isn't. I know plenty of people with blonde hair green eyes. Infact, it's more common to have blonde hair and green eyes than brown hair green eyes.
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.
Not aware that a swimming pool had green hair.
He likes girls with brunett and blonde hair, green eyes, nice legs, and is just a natural beauty.
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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.