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Photos of Green Hair
Decided to freshen up my green. Lifted out the previous green, which left me with a very pale, but not quite pastel blue/sea foam greenish color - I then applied straight-up Green Envy.
The same green in a softer sunlight.
I don't like using just MP because it tends to be craptastic and not last for very long, so I mixed in what I had left of Special Effects Limelight. I mixed all 4 colors in together in different ratios per section to that I would get a nice blend ...
Brighter and brighter! I applied non-diluted Alpine Green on roots underneath my fringe, it doesn't show up here, but it adds overall dimension :> Fluorescent Glow applied non-diluted on the crown and on roots here and there...
I mixed the two colors to get this green color. :) Other half side is black. Whoop whoop.
I actually ran out of dye, so I started sticking other spare bits on, you can't see the sides too well but they're a dark blue/purple colour
The under-layer of my hair is purely dyed with Electric Banana, the upper, neon-green layer is Electric Banana and Venus Envy mixed. Used more Electric Banana than Venus Envy. I love this hair, it literally looks like it glows in bright daylight! I have yet to find an eyeshadow that ...
The electric banana is on the other side in my roots which you can see in another picture. Love the way they have blended in though!
I had some faded green left on my hair, and wanted to try Directions' Ebony, so I applied the second over the first - except for my fringe. The result is a dark blueish green, which fades to a dark gorgeous turquoise over the days. Not ebony at all, and ...
Lifted out the old blue with Redken hifusion yellow and 25 volume. It left yellow roots and and uneven green all over, which I fixed with a custom mix of electric banana and pravana. I needed a bit of a trim after the Redken, too, as some of my older ...
Wanted new color, so the top is about 75% electric lizard, 25% atomic turquoise over a very pale blonde, but necessarily white but it needs to be pretty light. The bottom is twisted teal diluted with a good portion of conditioner until it turned a light bluish color. Left it ...
Retouched the colour with a mix of both dyes and lots of conditioner.
This is spring green mixed with conditioner. Really happy at how well it covered as my hair isn't fully bleached! It's much brighter than the picture, neon!
and Voodoo Blue! ETA: thanks for adding it to product listing :)
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