If your hair is colored water green, pastel green, or neon green, it won’t need to be bleached. You can expect it to fade with washing or speed up the process with a dandruff shampoo. If your hair is dark green or petrol green, you’ll need to bleach it.
How do you get green out of bleached hair?
Mix baking soda with water so that it becomes a paste. Then take your paste and coat the green spots in your hair. Let it sit for several minutes and then rinse it out and wash with shampoo and conditioner. You may need to try this several times for the green to come out completely.
What happens if you bleach over green?
Sometimes when you try to use bleach, you can actually drive the molecules of blue/green deeper into your hair strands. Also, you will be causing damage to your hair. You could also try washing your hair with shampoo and baking soda. Take care that the baking soda has a higher pH and can really dry your hair out.
How do you neutralize green hair brown?
To correct green-colored hair, you must counteract the green with the exact opposite color base: red. Select a red-based hair color that matches the darkness level of your hair perfectly. If your hair is medium brown, select a medium chestnut color.