Bright teal-colored hair can be difficult to achieve if you plan to do it on your own. If you have dark hair, you might have to bleach it first for the color to adhere properly and for you to get the shade you want. Also, getting the right teal color could require careful experimentation on your part to prevent damage.
To minimize the adverse effects of coloring, you can use semi-permanent vegetable dyes. These won’t harm your roots and hair. Bleaching, however, is different story. You can use smoothing treatments and leave-on conditioners for minor issues but for serious damage, it’s best to consult a professional.
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