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Green hair
« on: 23 Aug 17 / 04:44 PM »
Hi all you lovely ladies,

Any tips on how to keep green looking vibrant? Ive kinda fallen in love with it!

Also what is the best green you have used?

I used the Live Ultra Brights sea mermaid and fell in love :3 but wanted to know if theres another one around I could try

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Re: Green hair
« Reply #1 on: 23 Aug 17 / 06:19 PM »
So you like turquoise/teal greens?

Here's a great thread on how to keep colours vibrant, it's for all colours :)
http://www.hairdyeforum.com/index.php/topic,11009.0.html
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Re: Green hair
« Reply #2 on: 24 Aug 17 / 12:42 PM »
Yeah turquoise and teal would be ideal! :)

Thanks for the link :)
 

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Re: Green hair
« Reply #3 on: 24 Aug 17 / 05:10 PM »
For a neon green, the best staying one I used was Adore electric lime. But I also saw it didn't stay long for another.

Adore also has some teal like shades like Clover and Emerland. They aren't that much different, emerald is probably a little darker. And they stay a LONG time for me. When I did my rainbow roots, I didn't dye over the green I already had. Which was previously dyed over a month before. And it still looks ace. Definitely fell in love with Adore dyes. :)

I also love love love the look of Stargazer's tropical green. But that one does fade faster on me. If you mix it equal parts with stargazer blue black you get a gorgeous dark teal too. Since their blue black is just dark blue, not nearly black.
 

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Re: Green hair
« Reply #4 on: 05 Sep 17 / 01:08 PM »
My hair is clover at the moment and it is absolutely great, and hasn't faded even though I've been using shampoo.
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