Green hair ideas to make you stand out

Kat | 11 October 2018
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Make everyone green with envy with these green hair color inspirations that stand out with a fresh vibe!

Have you ever thought about getting green hair? We know it is an unconventional color, but if you want to sport a new look, go try this color. There are various shades of green that you can try. Each of these can make your ‘do more fun and exciting. Check out these green hair pegs and plan your next trip to the salon to get green hair.



Different ways of sporting green hair



Woman with long mint green hair
Be like a mermaid by getting long, green hair. Credits: indigitalimages.com

1. Mint green long hair

Have you had the same long, black ‘do ever since your were in grade school? It’s time to jazz it up and surprise yourself with a completely different look. Mint green hair suits fair to medium skin tone. You can try this color if want to try light hair that isn’t blonde. Just remember to keep your hair nourished and moisturized. as bleaching and dyeing can make your hair dry and dull.

Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner

Editor’s tip: Use Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner to help enhance color while keeping your hair from getting dry and damaged. 

Woman with green hair bob hairstyle
You can go for an ombre look and make pale green hair transition to blonde. Credits: Shutterstock

2. Pale green bob

Create a chic and edgy look by getting a bob and dyeing it pale green. A layered bob provides instant texture so your hair won’t look flat and limp. You can also go for pale green ombre that fades to platinum blonde. This color looks great on women with pale to fair complexion.

Editor’s tip: Apply TONI&GUY High Definition Spray Wax on your bob to help define its layers. 

Green hair: Girl with long brown hair and green highlights
Jazz up your university look by getting green highlights. Credits: Shutterstock

3. Emerald green highlights

If it’s your first time to try green hair, you can get highlights first. Go for emerald green—a medium shade that can make plain, black hair funky. With green highlights, you no longer need hair accessories. Even a shirt-and-jeans get-up doesn’t look drab and boring if you complement it with green hair streaks.

TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo

Editor’s tip: Help restore lost moisture and shine by washing hair with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo and  TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Conditioner

Green hair: Woman with long dip dyed wavy hair
Flaunt your dip dyed hair by making waves. Credits: Shutterstock

4. Green dip dyed hair

With dip-dyed hair, you don’t have to retouch your roots once your hair starts growing. Make your dip dyed hair more noticeable by curling the lower half of your hair. Do this if you want to keep your green hair from looking too juvenile.

Editor’s tip: Add grip and texture to your hair by spritzing TONI&GUY Sea Salt Texturising Spray before curling.

 

Green hair: Woman with short hair and green and pink hair color
Double the fun by getting a two-toned hair color. Credits: Shutterstock

5. Green and pink hair

Can’t decide between two hair colors? Get them both with a two-toned hair. Choose colors that complement each other. Pastels like seafoam green and pink go well together. Wear this sweet combo for a playful look, or if you feel like going kawaii.

TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask

Editor’s tip: Treat your hair to a weekly application of TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask to help replenish lost moisture and make hair shiny and soft. 

Get the products you need for these hairstyles through the following links:
Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner
TONI&GUY High Definition Spray Wax
TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo
TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Conditioner
TONI&GUY Sea Salt Texturising Spray
TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask

With these green hair ideas, you have every reason to try this hair color. Indeed, going green is in.

Next read: Give a whole new meaning to the phrase “feeling blue.” There’s nothing sad about these gorgeous blue hair ideas, so try them when you go to the salon for a makeover. 

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