Black hair with green turquoise dye
Bring out vibrant skin tones (and shades) with this muted teal green hair color on black hair. This ombre on turquoise hair looks quite edgy, perfect for ladies with a strong character.
Brown and turquoise ombre
Brown-turquoise ombre is a low-maintenance color that is bright and stands out against chestnut hair. Ask your stylist to use a teasing easy technique, completely saturating all ends for maximum lift. Then apply Vibrant Turquoise toner to pre-lightened hair for gorgeous, vibrant hair color.
Blue and teal rainbow hair
The blue and turquoise-turquoise colors of the rainbow are bold, vibrant, and stunning. Fresh turquoise tones paired with deeper blues are very fun and inviting. By alternating different shades of light and dark blue tones, it creates a gorgeous rainbow effect on the hair.
Metallic teal creates an interesting shade of hair. This will require full bleaching to get the right color. Try the color brand “crazy color LTD”. For the roots, use a mixture of shades of jade blue and emerald green to create a beautiful root shadow. In the middle, use jade blue with peacock blue with peppermint and a touch of lime.
peach and turquoise
Peach and turquoise make a beautiful and unique color combination for women who want more fun with their hair. To get this hair shade, ask your colorist to completely lighten you with a peach and teal ombre.
rooted turquoise blue
This turquoise blue rooted hair might be one of the things a brunette would ask for. Dark roots not only allow steel blue-turquoise hair coloring, but are also a low-maintenance color trend. These roots also add subtle depth, creating a rich turquoise ocean dimension.
Black and turquoise balayage
What’s so special about these turquoise hair colors? You can basically get the same style but get completely different results, like this black and teal hair. This will definitely allow your natural roots to grow freely.
Voluminous dark turquoise hair
This deep turquoise hair color defines what street fashion is all about. Teach them this deep turquoise shade.
For do-it-yourself coloring, you can use the Twisted Teal shade of semi-permanent hair dye.
Dark to light turquoise melt
The dark to light turquoise color is a fun and vibrant color for ladies who want to play up their look.
California stylist Stephanie Van Stone used a permanent medium brown base color with babylights to lighten her hair first. Then a bright blue color was added, merged with a green ombre effect.
“These colors require special care,” Stone warns. “Washing too often, hot water, and poor quality products can cause these colors to fade more quickly.”
Turquoise mermaid hair
This real turquoise mermaid hair was created by color specialist Samantha from Royal Oak, Michigan.
“The hair has a boho style that will last for days and the color is of course amazing,” she notes. “When it comes to trendy colors, try Arctic Fox hair dye. They are not cruel, they are vegans and donate to help homeless animals.”
This blue and turquoise color combination is amazing but requires a bit of a lifestyle change. Try Pureology because they have a built-in anti-aging complex that works great. Use thermal protection and extend the intervals between washes to keep the color longer. Also stay away from white sheets and pillowcases. Color can potentially spread when fresh!
Pastel turquoise hair is a bright, vibrant shade between green and blue. It shows a cooler tone that matches fair and pale skin. Whether wavy or straight, long or short, this turquoise blue hair shade is a breathtaking and unique masterpiece.
If you just want to try it without getting too attached to it, use Lime Crime’s Unicorn hair color in Sea Witch Real Teal.
Peacock hair color with hints of pink, purple and turquoise
Using a combination of analog turquoise colors like these pinks, purples and teal greens has a really collected look that doesn’t get boring. This turquoise hair color peacock looks amazing with waves, showing off a unique combination of chic and vibrant hair colors.
Turquoise and royal blue
Brighten up the show and make heads turn with this serene turquoise hue. Using this voluminous teal hair color is a really fun way to enhance your natural hair color.
Greenish turquoise blue
“The different shades of the ocean in the layers create the depth of this greenish-turquoise color,” says hairstylist Victoria Burnham of Billings, Montana.
Burnham says there are a variety of products that can be used even after in-salon care to maintain that vibrant mid-turquoise hue.
“Creative colors tend to wash out faster than natural colors and lose vibrancy. Use cool water on your hair while showering. Use sulfate-free shampoos or color shampoos such as Viral. They tend to keep those tones longer between salon visits,” she explains.
Short turquoise hair
This short turquoise hair is for girls who want a dramatic makeover! The boldness of a jaw-deep chop and the radiance of a turquoise hue complement each other.
This trend looks much better with body waves. To keep the brightness longer, choose a sulfate-free shampoo to wash your hair.
Bright turquoise on a wavy hairstyle
If the ice gods do not accept you into their royal domain, then I do not know what to do with all the glory that you radiate with this bright turquoise color. Try out this stunning turquoise hair dye with a soft wavy updo for everyday.
Turquoise highlights on dark hair
These teal highlights on dark hair are bright highlights for naturally dark hair. A voluminous turquoise hue complements a smooth or wavy hairstyle. This style and color was created by salon owner and lead stylist Jane Ziemer-Hernandez of Brooklyn, NY.
“Update your highlights first,” Zimer-Hernandez explains. “Then apply pre-toner to neutralize the heat and finally apply Pulp Riot – Absinthe and Aquatic. If your base color is already dark, apply it all over while maintaining the dark to light ratio.”
This color looks great on naturally dark bases. When you decide that this will be your permanent or semi-permanent hair color, know that it does not require special care. Renew your tone every 2 months, and highlight twice a year.
Ziemer-Hernandez recommends using Redken Color Extend Magnetics to keep the color vibrant and only shampooing once a week. “Also, deep conditions with the Redken All Soft Deep Conditioning Mask,” she adds.
Shades of emerald green on turquoise ombre hair
Opal-emerald green hair with turquoise hues – such an aristocratic look. Stay playful and cultured with your teal ombre hair.
Turquoise highlights in brown hair
Turquoise highlights on brown hair make for a fantastic combination of tones that can start a trend! Its size is a true masterpiece that works so well on thick hair. These turquoise highlights are perfect for revitalizing dark curls. Natural brunettes will surely love it!
light turquoise hair color
“This light turquoise is whimsical and the color is really bright yet soft at the same time. It’s a bold color, but you can’t help but smile when you look at it,” says hairdresser Yesenia Davis from Whittier, California.
Light teals genuinely complement everything that surrounds the color, from skin tone to lipstick! There is a uniqueness to turquoise hair, and the curls add dimension to the style.
Davis encourages you to buy the best products to prevent fading. “Sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner to protect your color, maybe a shine spray or hair gloss to keep your hair vibrant all the time. Also wash your hair with cool water. Bright colors require special care,” she explains.
It takes a process to achieve this turquoise color, so be prepared if you’re not blonde. Overall, this is a really fun color to experience.
Blonde and teal
“This blonde hair with teal highlights is reminiscent of a mermaid blonde,” says stylist Sarah Penfold of Modesto, California. “The same ribbon placement can be done with other colors to achieve a highlight blonde shade.”
Placing teal highlights in your hair is a great way for women who are used to being blondes to try out the vibrant color. As it fades, it becomes pastel after about 3-4 weeks and then turns back to light again after about 6-8 weeks.
Faded Aqua Teal with Steel Gray Shadow Root
This turquoise color is a faded turquoise created by salon owner and hairstylist Marley Jackson from Canada.
“From pale blues and turquoise to light icy whites, the steel gray root shade gives it depth and contrast. This allows the lighter colors to stand out, giving the impression that they are glowing,” she notes.
As for deciding when this aqua hair color will suit your look and lifestyle, Jackson says a thorough consultation is important.
Jackson’s tips for staying bright include: “Minimum shampooing with cool water, and when washing make sure you’re using a professional color-safe shampoo and conditioner like L’Oréal Professional Enforcer. This product contains biotin and its formula makes hair strong and soft,” she explains.
The use of thermal protection is also of great importance, as extreme heat without a protective layer can instantly affect both the color and the integrity of the hair, from the crown to the tips of the teal. Hair with a blue tint can look great on fair, medium, or dark skin.