Why does blond hair get that tinge of green to it from swimming in pools?
It’s the chlorine and copper in the water.
Copper is used in swimming pools to keep the algae under wraps. We’ve all seen what copper does to roofs and other copper things over time.
Chlorine, sun and air oxidize the copper, which gives the hair a greenish cast.
Always be sure to use clarifying shampoos or swimmers shampoo’s to help combat getting green hair.
Check out my post on: Home Remedy For Green Hair Caused By Chlorine And Copper
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