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green blue hairReviewed by michael ellison.This Is Article Aboutgreen blue hairGreen Blue Hair Green Blue Hair Green Blue Hair Search Add New Question After fading, can you re-dye hair to a “normal” color? wikiHow Contributor Yes, as long as your hair is light enough to properly take the particular shade you are trying to dye it. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 10 Helpful 16 Can […]
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Green Blue Hair


Green Blue Hair




Green Blue Hair

Search Add New Question After fading, can you re-dye hair to a “normal” color? wikiHow Contributor Yes, as long as your hair is light enough to properly take the particular shade you are trying to dye it. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 10 Helpful 16 Can I cover a blue dye tone with an Ion silver hair tone? wikiHow Contributor I don’t recommend this, as I’ve tried it. The silver tone will not make much of a difference, since you need very light, almost white hair for it to even take. (Ion isn’t a very good brand to use anyways, if you’re using semi-permanent dye. The permanent is fine.) Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 13 Helpful 17 What do I do if I have dyed over semi-permanent blue at the tips of my hair with a brown dye, and the tips are now a green tone? wikiHow Contributor Dye your hair a bright red colour before trying to dye it brown; otherwise your hair will turn a brighter green. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 12 Helpful 15 Can I cover my faded green hair with fuchsia without having to bleach or remove color? wikiHow Contributor If it’s a very light sort of mint green, then, yes that will work. Leave the fuchsia color in for an hour or two if it’s a fashion colour so that it soaks in more. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 5 Helpful 8 If I get the blue out of my hair, will my hair still be blonde or do I have to redye it? wikiHow Contributor If the blue is semi-permanent then it should go back to the color it was before you dyed it blue. If you’re blonde under the blue then you’ll go back to being blonde. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 17 Helpful 18 I dyed my ginger hair green. Its been 3 months, and I still have lots of vibrant green in my hair. I tried dying over it with a dark ginger and the ginger just faded. What do I do? wikiHow Contributor You will have to bleach your hair or use the methods given in the article, such as using Vitamin C, etc. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 5 Helpful 6 How do I get bright hair dye out of my hair? wikiHow Contributor The best thing to do is consult a hair salon. If you want to try at home, use a color remover like Oops. This works well on permanent dyes and less so on semi-permanent, but it does tend to yield results. You can also bleach it out. And depending on the shade you originally used, you can dye over it. Be warned though that weird colors don’t lift out in expected ways. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 1 Helpful 2 How do I go from blue/aqua to my natural brown color? wikiHow Contributor Use a color remover, then dye your hair back to its natural shade. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 3 How do I remove the color from my hair so that it’s ready to dye another color? wikiHow Contributor Bleaching is the best option, but if you don’t want to use bleach you could buy a hair color remover. If you dye your hair a darker shade than the color you have, then you could dye over it. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 7 Helpful 5 After fading your hair color or stripping it, how long before you can bleach it again and re-dye it? wikiHow Contributor If your hair is bleached, when you wash and fade out the dye, it should go back to the previous bleached color. Bleaching it again isn’t recommended. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 13 Helpful 6 Show more answers
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Green Blue Hair

The Trope Namer, Homestar Runner, spoofs this when a fan named James asks what Strong Bad would look like as an anime character. Strong Bad decides that he’d be shiny and have huge green eyes, cooler boots, and blue hair (“You gotta have blue hair.”), for some reason. Humourously, on one main page, scrolling over “Store” gives 1-Up (Homestar Runner’s anime counterpart) blue hair. Acedemy Sugoi Seiun has characters with bright pink, blue, yellow/orange/red (at the same time), and purple hair. Eddsworld had Laurel, a one-time character in the “Movie Makers” episode.
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Green Blue Hair

The celebrated “Glowing Green Monkeys”, who were created by gene-splicing lab monkeys with bioluminescent sea creatures. Their hair only glows under fluorescent light, however, and look more of a dull greenish-brown under normal conditions. Bioluminescent pigs, on the other hand, are bright yellow. A potential result of overexposure to cobalt or indigo dyes during industrial processes. Purple squirrels have been showing up around the world. Whether or not it’s some sort of prank is unknown. Maybe it’s a commentary on the job market. Can be invoked using hair dye. Can be *unintentionally* invoked using hair dye, particularly if your hair is fair and/or highly absorbent. For instance, it’s not unknown for temporary black hair dye, when being washed out, to turn blonde hair green for several days. In 2001, Cricketer Colin “Funky” Miller celebrated Australia’s Centenary of Federation by dying his hair in what he referred to as “Federation Blue”.
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Green Blue Hair

In December 2014 I celebrated a decade of blue hair. The second I left school at 16, I ran to the hairdresser’s, where they, bewildered, streaked my hair with the kind of old-lady blue dye you see around the bingo table. I was puzzled, but addicted. Since then I’ve gone through turquoise, aquamarine, peacock and cerulean, and settled for the last 8 years on a stunning semi-permanent color called Blue Velvet, named after the Lynch film, which looks a bit like a royal cloak and fades to a beautiful jade green. I’ve had blue hair for virtually every milestone in my life, and most of the people who know me now have literally never seen me without it. 
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Green Blue Hair

While you may have enjoyed your blue or green (maybe even blue and green) hair, you’ve decided it’s time for a change. However, you really don’t want to use bleach and don’t know what else to do. Never fear, wikiHow is here to help you transition out of the cold color spectrum of hair. All you will need are the right supplies, some time, and a bit of perseverance.
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Green Blue Hair

Run a bath and add bath salts. Bath salts, which can be purchased at bathroom and home supply stores, or at beauty stores, are known to fade blue and green semi-permanent hair dye. Run a bath with hot water and add a package of bath salts. Soak your hair for as long as possible in the tub. When you are done, your hair dye should be faded. You should them shampoo and condition your hair. Repeat in a day or two if necessary. You can also stop up a sink and add bath salts to that if you don’t want to soak in the tub.
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Asked by: BBC Focus Magazine //–> //–> The colour of human hair is determined by two varieties of melanin, the pigment which also dictates our skin colour. And the bad news for those wanting naturally blue hair is that both varieties come in only boring colours. The most common is eumelanin, which is brown-black; slightly more exciting is pheomelanin which is reddish-yellow, and is present in high levels in the hair of redheads and blondes. As to why we’ve ended up with just these two varieties of pigment, no-one is entirely sure; the best guess is that they evolved to improve our ability to blend in with our surroundings, vital for avoiding predators in the African savannah millions of years ago. Anyone wanting their hair to transcend the demands of evolution therefore has no choice but to go to the shop and buy more exciting hair pigments at the chemists.   Subscribe to BBC Focus magazine for fascinating new Q&As every month and follow @sciencefocusQA on Twitter for your daily dose of fun facts. Read more Q&As What causes sleep paralysis? How small can a population be and still survive? Are wood-burning stoves environmentally friendly? Who really invented the jet engine? Could we 3D print a house?
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Asked by: BBC Focus Magazine //–> //–> The colour of human hair is determined by two varieties of melanin, the pigment which also dictates our skin colour. And the bad news for those wanting naturally blue hair is that both varieties come in only boring colours. The most common is eumelanin, which is brown-black; slightly more exciting is pheomelanin which is reddish-yellow, and is present in high levels in the hair of redheads and blondes. As to why we’ve ended up with just these two varieties of pigment, no-one is entirely sure; the best guess is that they evolved to improve our ability to blend in with our surroundings, vital for avoiding predators in the African savannah millions of years ago. Anyone wanting their hair to transcend the demands of evolution therefore has no choice but to go to the shop and buy more exciting hair pigments at the chemists.   Subscribe to BBC Focus magazine for fascinating new Q&As every month and follow @sciencefocusQA on Twitter for your daily dose of fun facts.

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