ok so just last night i dyed my hair like a dark brown color its almost black cause of how dark it is. well i wanted to go swimming today and the pool is clorigne. what will happen if i go swimming after dying my hair last night. will it turn green or something. if it helps anything the dye is from the dollar store. cause it actually really does work on my hair. and stays there longer then other ones ive had. well my question is if i go swimming in clorigne water will it turn my hair green or anything. please help me asap! i need to know before i get everyone to go to the pool thankyou in advance
But after waiting the amount of time you should wait, my hair stylist told me to just put conditioner in your hair before swimming.
It worked for me when I did it.
But your hair will fade a bit, but you can't really stop that.
You can just help so it won't fade as much. [ GhoulOnParade's advice column | Ask GhoulOnParade A Question ]
Cux answered Saturday June 13 2009, 12:28 pm: I don't know the case for ALL hair-dye, but I know if you dye your hair blond, and you run it ALL under tap water before you go in the pool, it should be fine.
If you have to go in the pool, do this, and put your hair up and tell everyone that they need to not splash around you because you just dyed your hair.
sweeethoney answered Wednesday June 10 2009, 4:47 pm: i highly suggest not swimmin in the pool right after you dye your hair because it can make the color fade really easily, plus itll dry out your hair and you just put it through the dye.
give it a few days to a week to go swimmin, and use the anti-color fade conditioner they give you. you can also put it in your hair before you go in the pool.
try to put your hair through as least damage as you can when youve recently dyed it.
Sima answered Wednesday June 10 2009, 4:31 pm: You need to wait at least a week before you go swimming otherwise the dye will come right out. If you really can't wait a week at all, then you can either:
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