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hair dye and period.

Question Posted Saturday May 19 2007, 2:13 pm

is it true that if you dye your hair while on your period that your hair turns green or yellow or whatever?

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HOPLESSxROMNTC answered Saturday May 19 2007, 9:39 pm:
I've never heard that myth before but I've dyed my hair on my period before and my hair isn't green so no worries! :)

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iiloveyou answered Saturday May 19 2007, 8:45 pm:
No way. That is the most absurd myth I have ever heard of! Go ahead and dye your hair and enjoy! (:


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uisforukelele answered Saturday May 19 2007, 6:58 pm:
nope, that's not true at all. the only reason i can think of that would make your hair turn green is if you were in a swimming pool. i knew one girl who was a really light blonde, and she went swimming twice in one day and only her bangs turned green and wouldn't go back to normal for two days. we thought she had dyed it green!

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Bucket answered Saturday May 19 2007, 6:20 pm:
No. But being on your period DOES mess with your hormones, so your hair color might not turn out exactly like you want it to -- but no, it won't turn out some random color.

But NEVER dye your hair while you're pregnant. Haha... trust me, bad experiences with that one. =]

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LadyH answered Saturday May 19 2007, 3:54 pm:
Noo. False. The only time I've heard your hair turning green or yellow after dying it is if it's blonde & you go swimming (or your hair has any contact with chlorine.) You should be fine!

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christina answered Saturday May 19 2007, 2:56 pm:
No. That's a stupid myth people tell you so that you don't dye your hair at a certain time. The only time it's bad to dye your hair is when you're pregnant.

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NinjaNeer answered Saturday May 19 2007, 2:55 pm:
Absolutely not. Sounds like an urban legend to me!

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