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How can I prevent my blonde hair from going green, whenever I swim in a chlorinated pool?

Blonde is a great hair shade for summer but is most susceptible to going green from swimming in chlorinated pools.

  1. Porous hair is most susceptible to turning green, so keep your hair healthy, with the use of good quality hair care products and a healthy lifestyle as healthy hair comes from the inside too.
  2. Copper, not chlorine turns your hair green If you own your own pool, you can control the chemistry of the pool and therefore the amount of copper present.
  3. Presoak your hair with fresh tap water, then coat your hair with a protective layer of conditioner before entering the pool, this will reduce the amount of chemicals absorbed
  4. Rinse your hair immediately after exiting the pool