Colored hair seems pretty popular right now. I've seeing a lot of reds, pinks, purples, and blues. Some dye their hair while others add colored tracks or clips. But when you come into a beauty supply store with green hair, I'm gonna bet that wasn't your first color choice.
So why does black rinse turn your hair green? It's probably because the black color has a green base.
So what now? Well, without going into a lot of color theory, let's just say that a few drops of red color mixed into the black will get rid of the green once and for all.
Since not all black rinse are made the same, please let me know your "green" experience by leaving your comments below!
So I hope the next time I see someone with green hair, it'll be because they wanted to be more "eco-friendly."
Have a blessed week!