Don’t Sacrifice Salon Hair for a Clean Pool; Go Chemless Instead!
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If you find yourself stuck with green tinted after swimming in a chlorinated or saltwater pool, there is way to safely correct the green tint effect. First, do not wash your hair with shampoo, that actually increase the green tint. High concentrations of chlorine / pool salt and (some) shampoos when mixed together causes the green hair tint effect to occur.
Use a can of coke a cola and allow the it to soak into the hair for at least 15 minutes then rise the hair with water, repeat the process if necessary. In the future, if you know that you are going swimming that day in a chlorinated or saltwater pool, avoid using shampoo that day and rinse your hair thoroughly with straight water before entering the swimming pool to rinse out any residual shampoo that may still be in your hair. When you are finished swimming, rinse your hair thoroughly with straight water. Don’t use shampoo for at least 12-24 hours.
Sounds like a hassle huh? Well just that’s another downfall of chlorine and saltwater pools. There is a safer and hassle free-way…
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