If you frequently use dyes or you often experiment with using different style methods you may wind up with Chlorine green hair. It could also be the result of swimming too much in chlorinated swimming pools. However it should be duly noted that copper really what contributes most to hair discoloration when swimming. This makes sense since copper does turn green when exposed to the air for long periods.
Pinner said:"We spend a lot of time at the pool in the Summer and we’ve dealt with our fair share of crunchy, dry, sometimes even green, pool hair! Here are some tried and true tips for preventing and treating chlorine damaged hair.