Why did my bleached hair turn greenish?

Answer you left it on to long

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Would an ash-based hair color turn my hair greenish?

On One Hand: Blondes Turn GreenIf an ash color is used on naturally blonde hair or blonde-colored hair, it will most certainly turn green. An ash color, even if it is a shade of brown, usually has... Read More »

How to Use Hair Toner to Remove Red and Gold Tones from Bleached Hair?

Bleaching the hair blonde is a delicate process that requires diligence and care. If you're looking for a pure blonde color that lacks brassiness as well as red and gold tones, one way to accomplis... Read More »

How to Get Greenish Tint Out of Home-Permed Hair?

While perms are an efficient way to give long-lasting curls or waves to hair, they do involve extremely harsh chemicals that can damage hair in numerous ways. Perms can also be tricky to execute su... Read More »

How to dye bleach blonde hair to dark brown without looking greenish?

Trust me it won't go green no matter what you do. The only weird color it could go would be grey, and that only happens when you used an ash based dye. Don't worry! Good luck!