Black Hair with Green Teal Dip Dye
Bring out your vibrant skin tones (and undertones) with this toned-down teal green hair color on black hair. This teal hair ombre looks pretty edgy, perfect for ladies with a strong personality.
Brown and Teal Ombre
A brown and teal ombre is a low-maintenance color that is vivid and stands out against a brown hair color base. Ask your stylist to use a teasy light technique, fully saturating all the ends for a maximum lift. Then apply a vivid teal toner over the pre-lightened hair, to achieve this gorgeous lived-in hair color.
Blue and Teal Rainbow Hair
Blue and teal rainbow hair colors are bold, bright, and stunning. Fresh teal tones combined with deeper blue hues are super fun and eye-catching. By alternating between different shades of light and dark blue tones, it creates a gorgeous rainbow effect in the hair.
A metallic teal makes for an interesting hair hue. This will require a total bleach out to get this color right. Try the color brand, “crazy color LTD.” For the roots, use a mixture of the shades of jade blue with emerald green to give a beautiful shadow root. On the mid-ends use jade blue with peacock blue with peppermint with a lime twist.
Peach and Teal
Peach and teal make for a beautiful and unique color melt for women who want to have more fun with their hair. To get this hair hue, ask your colorist to lighten you completely solid with a peach and teal ombre.
Rooted Teal Blue
This rooted teal blue hair could be one of the things that a brunette would ask for. The dark roots not only allow the steel blue-teal hair dye to pop, but they’re also a low-maintenance color trend. Those roots also add a subtle depth, creating a rich teal ocean dimension.
Black and Teal Balayage
What’s exciting about these teal balayage hair colors? You can basically get the same style but get very different results like this black and teal hair. It’s sure to allow your natural roots to grow out seamlessly, too.
Dimensional Dark Teal Hair
This dark teal hair color defines what street fashion is. School them pretty hard on this kind of deep teal hue.
When doing a DIY color, you can use a Twisted Teal shade of a demi-permanent hair dye.
Dark to Light Teal Color Melt
A dark to light teal color melt is a fun and vivid color for ladies wanting to play up their look.
Stylist Stephany Van Stone of California used a permanent medium brown base color with babylights to lighten the hair first. Then went with adding the vivid blue melted into a green ombre effect.
“These colors are a lot of maintenance,” Stone warns. “Washing too often, hot water, and poor quality of products can cause these colors to fade quicker.”
Teal Mermaid Hair
This real-life beachy teal mermaid hair was created by color specialist Samantha of Royal Oak, MI.
“The hair is curled in a boho style that will last for days, and the color, of course, is to die for,” she notes. “When it comes to fashion colors try Arctic Fox Hair Color. They’re cruelty-free, vegan, and they donate to help homeless animals.”
This combo of blue and teal colors is amazing but it takes a bit of a lifestyle change. Try Pureology because they have a built-in anti-fade complex that works perfectly. Use a heat protectant, and go longer between washes to help the color last longer. Also, stay away from white sheets and pillowcases. The color can potentially spread when it’s fresh!
Pastel teal hair is a loud, vibrant shade between green and blue. It shows a cooler tone that matches fair and pale skin complexions. Whether wavy or straight, on long or short haircuts—this shade of teal-blue hair exhibits an exciting and unique masterpiece.
If you just want to try it without completely committing to it, use a Lime Crime’s Unicorn Hair Dye in Sea Witch Real Teal shade.
Peacock Hair Color with Shades of Pink, Purple, and Teal
Using an analog teal color combination like these pink, purple and teal green tones has a really put-together look that does not bore. This peacock with teal hair color looks amazing with waves, showing off a unique combination of chic and vibrant hair colors.
Teal and Royal Blue
Steal the show and make heads turn with this serene teal shade. Rocking this dimensional teal hair color is a really fun way to upgrade your natural hair color.
Greenish Teal Blue
“The different ocean tones throughout the layers create depth in this greenish teal blue color,” says hairstylist Victoria Burnham of Billings, MT.
To maintain this vibrant medium teal shade, Burnham says there are lots of products that go along with it even after the salon.
“Creative colors tend to wash out quicker than natural colors and lose vibrancy. Use cool water on your hair during showers. Use non-sulfate shampoos or color depositing shampoos like Viral. They tend to keep these tones longer between salon visits,” she explains.
Short Teal Hair
This short teal hair is for girls who are looking for a real dramatic transformation! The boldness of the jaw-length chop and the radiance of the teal hue complement each other.
It’s a trend that looks oh-so better with voluminous waves. To make the vibrancy last longer, choose a sulfate-free shampoo to wash your hair with.
Bright Teal on Wavy Hairstyle
If the ice gods don’t take you in as one of their royalties, then I don’t know where to put all that glory you radiate with this bright teal color. Give this stunning teal hair dye a shot with a soft wavy hairstyle on casual days.
Teal Highlights on Dark Hair
These teal highlights on dark hair are vibrant highlights for naturally dark hair. The dimensional teal tone complements either a sleek or wavy hairstyle. This style and color were created by salon owner and lead stylist Jane Ziemer-Hernandez of Brooklyn, NY.
“Refresh your highlights, first,” explains Ziemer-Hernandez. “Then apply a pre-toner to cancel out warmth and finally apply Pulp Riot – Absinthe and Aquatic. If your base color is already dark, apply the color all over while maintaining the dimension of dark and light.”
This color looks great on naturally dark bases. When you decide that this is going to be your permanent or semi-permanent hair color, know that it’s fairly low-maintenance. Refresh your tone every 2 months, and highlight twice a year.
Ziemer-Hernandez recommends you use Redken Color Extend Magnetics to keep the color vibrant and only shampoo once a week. “Also, deep conditions with the Redken All Soft deep conditioning mask,” she adds.
Hints of Emerald Green on Teal Ombre Hair
Opal-emerald green hair with teal tones is such an aristocratic look. Stay playful and cultured with your teal ombre hair.
Teal Highlights on Brown Hair
Teal highlights on brown hair create a fantastic combination of tones that can start a trend! Its dimension is a true masterpiece, which works so great on thick hair. These teal highlights are perfect for adding life to dark tresses. Natural brunettes will love it no doubt!
Light Teal Hair Color
“This light teal is whimsical, and the color is really vibrant but soft at the same time. It’s a bold color to have, but you can’t help but smile when looking at it,” states hairstylist Yesenia Davis of Whittier, CA.
Light teals genuinely complement everything surrounding the color, from skin tone to lipstick! There’s a uniqueness of the teal color hair and the curls give the style dimension.
Davis encourages you to buy the best products to prevent fading. “Color protectant shampoo and conditioner that are sulfate-free, maybe a shine spray or glosser to always keep it vibrant. Also, shampoo the hair with cool water. Vivid colors can be high-maintenance,” she explains.
It’s a process to achieve this teal color, so be prepared if you are not blonde. Overall, it’s a really fun color to have and experience.
Blonde and Teal
“This blonde hair with teal highlights is a mermaid blonde,” says stylist Sara Penfold of Modesto, CA. “This same ribbon placement can be done with other colors as well to have a shade of blonde with a pop of color.”
The placement of the teal hair highlights is a great way for women who are used to being blonde to try a pop of color. As it fades, it becomes pastel in about 3-4 weeks, then back to blonde in about 6-8 weeks.
Faded Aqua Teal with Steel Grey Shadow Root
This teal color is a faded teal created by salon owner and hairstylist Marley Jackson of Canada.
“From the baby blues and teal to the slight icy white hues, the steel grey shadow root gives it depth and contrast. This allows the lighter colors to pop, looking almost as if they were glowing,” she notes.
As for deciding when this type of aqua teal hair color will be a good fit for your look and lifestyle, Jackson says a thorough consultation is important.
Jackson’s tips to helping the vibrancy last would include, “minimal shampooing with cool water and when washing to make sure you’re using a professional color-safe shampoo and conditioner such as L’Oréal Professional Enforcer. This product contains biotin and it’s formulated to keep the hair strong and soft,” she explains.
Using a heat protectant is also a big deal, as extreme heat without a protective layer can instantly affect both the color and the integrity of the hair, from the crown to the teal tips. Blue-tinted hair can look great on fair, medium-toned, or dark skin.