There are several ways to remove green tint from blonde hair, and one of the most effective is to use chelating shampoo. The supplies needed to get rid of your green hair are chelating shampoo, hair conditioner, a towel, a hairbrush, a leave-in protecting treatment and a shower. This method takes about 30 minutes.
- Brush and prepare your hair
Remove elastic bands, bobby pins and hair clips. Brush your hair thoroughly and turn on the shower.
- Wet your hair
Get in the shower, and saturate your hair with hot water. Hot water opens the hair cuticle, which makes it easier for the chelating shampoo to remove all of the chemical and metal deposits responsible for your green hair.
- Apply the chelating shampoo
Dispense a generous dollop of chelating shampoo, and work it through your hair. Massage the shampoo into your roots and scalp. Pay special attention to the greenest sections of your hair. Keep the shampoo on your hair for the length of time specified on the bottle.
- Rinse and condition your hair
Rinse your hair. Apply a thick layer of conditioner, and leave it in for at least three minutes. Rinsing with cold water seals and smoothes the strands. Squeeze out excess moisture, and wrap your head in an absorbent towel.
- Apply a leave-in protective treatment
Remove the towel, brush your hair, and apply a leave-in protective treatment. The best products seal the hair cuticle and prevent further discoloration.