Have you ever thought about getting green hair? If you’ve been on the fence for so long, now is the time to try it. Green hair is trendy and artsy, and you can include it in various hair coloring techniques. You can even choose from different shades—from pastels to deep and dark ones. Check out these pegs for your next makeover.
Must-Try Green Hair Colors in 2022
1. Dip-Dyed Green Hair Color
Don’t want green on your roots? Go for dip-dyed hair. Choose a medium dark green shade if you want a bold color that your naturally dark hair can seamlessly transition to.
Editor’s tip: To help undo the hair damage caused by coloring, use Dove Keratin Repair 1 Minute Serum Conditioner. It has keratin-infused serum capsules that go deep within your hair to nourish it and repair it from within. It leaves your hair beautiful, healthy-looking, and more resilient to damage.
2. Pear Green Tips
Create a fun contrast by choosing a yellow-green shade like pear green. It gives your dark hair a punch of color without being too loud.
3. Green and Blue Balayage Hair
With balayage hair, the color transitions in your hair look more natural. The colors are strategically handpainted onto sections of your hair. This technique gives your hair dimension. Plus, it’s super chic!
Editor’s tip: Bleached hair tends to go brassy over time, so we recommend switching to TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Blonde Brilliance Shampoo. Its purple formula neutralizes brassy tones, so you can enjoy the beauty of your blonde and bleached hair for longer. It also has jojoba oil for moisture and shine. For best results, complement this shampoo with TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Blonde Brilliance Conditioner.
4. Green Streaks
Color one or two sections of your naturally dark hair with light green and look fab with the stark contrast. You can also get streaks if you want to test if green hair color is for you.
5. Mint Green and Blonde
Take things to a whole new level of chic by mixing mint and blonde hair! It will definitely give your hair new silhouettes, showing off your style in a different light.
6. Deep Green Highlights
Wear green in a subtle way by choosing a rich, deep shade that blends seamlessly with your naturally dark hair. It helps add dimension to your hair and makes layers and waves look more defined.
7. Green and Pink Hair
Can’t decide between two hues? Get them both with a two-toned hair color. Choose colors that complement each other, like seafoam green and pink. Wear this sweet combo for a playful look, or if you feel like going kawaii.
8. Green and Brown Hair
If you’re into earthy hues, try this two-toned hair color that consists of green and brown. The shades may be muted but the edgy look isn’t any less eye-catching.
Wear this rich and vivid color on your hair to create a look that’s as striking as its namesake jewel.
10. Pine Green
This dark blue-green hue creates an edgy, mysterious vibe. This is also a good option if you love colors with cool undertones.
With these ideas, you have every reason to try this hair color. Indeed, going green is in!