Feeling the need to do something new with your hair? Experiment with the teal hair color! With varying shades between light and dark, you’ll have your pick of the most beautiful colors.
Wear teal hair color as highlights against dark hair, an ombre on light blonde hair, or an under-layer to keep your style professional. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to work this color into your daily do!
Teal Hair Color Ideas
For inspiration on how to work this gorgeous shade into your hairstyle, check out these 50 amazing ways to wear teal hair color!
1. Dark Teal Hair
Throw major ocean vibes with this dark teal hair color. The color combined with waves emphasizes a long layered haircut. But, with this much built-in style, you can roll out of bed, part hair in the center, and be ready to go!
2. Teal Blue Hair Color
A lighter shade of teal looks best on light or pale skin tones. If you have blue eyes, this color also brings out the tone. Wear the color on a short wavy hairstyle with side bangs and pair with your favorite sunglasses this summer!
3. Dusty Teal Hair
Dusty teal is noticeable yet subtle against dark hair. The muted shade means you can feel confident you’ll still look professional at work but stylish when out on the town.
4. Teal Ombre
Blend your two favorite shades of teal as an ombre. Then, whether you have long or short hair, straighten the hair for a sleek style that is amazingly chic. You can also add some waves or tight curls at the ends when you want a glow-up for a date.
5. Teal Hair Highlights
Wondering how to breathe new life into your dark hair? These teal highlights show up nicely on a blunt cut medium straight hairstyle. Wear hair down or up – everyone will still be able to see your beautiful new color!
6. Classic Teal
Do you want a genuine teal hair color? Then go straight for a matte shade with little or no highlights or lowlights. True teal falls somewhere between dark and light, just like this hue.
7. Dark at the Edges
Ask the stylist to mix the smallest bit of black dye with your color. That, in addition to letting the dye set in a little longer, will result in a deep, rich shade like this one. It’s like an underwater dream.
8. Sneaky Lowlights
Here’s another shade of teal with darker dyes mixed into it. It looks more like navy or another dark blue hue combined with teal to create this rich, gleaming coif. The lowlights are subtle, but that’s what makes them pop.
9. Dip Dyed
Because teal hair colors are rich and vivid, you might not want to go the whole hog. That’s why dip dyeing is such a fab technique. Splash out with teal tips to enjoy the color without all of the commitment.
10. Glowing Gray
Who knew that teal and gray complemented each other so beautifully? The gray anchors the teal so that it’s not quite as brash, while the teal brightens up the gray, so it’s not so dark or gloomy.
11. Jagged Edges
For starters, this bob is perfection. Jagged edges are edgy and on-point at the moment. Secondly, the deliberately harsh ombre adds to the overall aesthetic. This is an art-house hairstyle, and it’s to-die-for.
12. Bright Teal Locks
The great thing about teal hair color is that it’s dynamic as an all-over shade, but it never appears dull. Some matte colors come out flat, creating the need for highlights and lowlights, but teal stands on its own.
13. Blue Tips
Since teal is composed of various shades of blue and green, it complements a broad range of colors. That list naturally includes blue—even a shocking electric blue such as this one.
14. Black Roots
If you’re looking for drama, here you go. The contrast between the dark roots and the rich, glass-bottle teal shade is jaw-dropping. They play off one another, which is what you want your hair color combos to do.
15. Nearly Neon
You’re spoiled for choice when considering teal hair colors. The shade is a versatile one that ranges from dark to pastel light. So be bold and show up with neon locks that practically give off their own illumination to stand out brighter than anyone.
16. Sky Blue
The teal blue pictured here is a true blue. Her hair is almost indistinguishable from the clear sky spread out behind her. Could you wear your hair this bright?
17. Pastel Teal
Pastel teal is cool but sweet. There’s something refreshingly minty about the shade. It’s like a heavenly blue, but you don’t have to be an angel to pull it off, thank goodness.
18. Tropical Teal
Always experiment with a teal hair color that matches well with other colors. Even if you don’t add another shade to your hair, you still want something that looks lovely with pink, purple, or blue hues. After all, you don’t want your hair accessories and makeup palettes to clash with your pretty tresses.
19. Teal Sandwich
This is just about the neatest technique. It would work with any combination of hair colors. There are hints of gray at the roots, followed by a bright swatch of teal in the middle and silvery tips.
20. Sweet Pastels
Gray and teal really do make a winning combination. A pastel variation comes out pale and pearly, almost ethereal. The soft shades practically give off their own aura.
21. Hints of Blue
Subtle streaks of blue peek through the teal hair color seen here. They add another layer of color, not to mention tons of dimension. The blue also deepens the teal, turning it richer and a bit darker.
22. Peek-a-Boo Lights
Do you consider yourself adventurous? Do you pride yourself on your edgy trendsetter ways? Then take a look at your new hair goals. Even if you don’t mimic the style, ask for peek-a-boo streaks of teal through platinum blonde.
23. Mermaid Hair
The midnight blue roots resemble the very depths of the ocean. The turquoise and teal tips look like the color of the waves that lap at the whitest, sandiest beaches. Doesn’t this ‘do make you think of summertime?
Here’s another dose of teal hair color accented by dark blue roots. Flashes of blue peek out at random spots that frame the face, making this an excellent way to draw attention to your favorite features as well as your bright, lovely locks.
25. Tie-Dye Teal
All right, how rock and roll is this? Her hair resembles a blue Rocket Pop. This follows an entirely different pattern than most gradient color patterns. Her tie-dye tresses are nearly white in the middle, creating a striking contrast with the teal tips.
26. All-Around Teal
It’s hard to say what’s better—the hair color or the hat. The combination does the trick, but you don’t need the hat to make this hair your signature shade. You should definitely copy the red lip, though.
This teal hair color leans more toward green. Often you can ask your stylist to add more blue or green, depending on which teal variation you love best.
28. Half and Half
If you really want to be a show-stopper, this is how to do it. Platinum and teal, side by side—why pick just one?
29. Light Teal Medium Hair
If you’re considering light teal blue hair, make sure the hue that you choose compliments your skin tone. Electric teal works well with cool skin tones and makes blue eyes pop. This medium-length style is right on-trend, too.
30. Gunmetal and Teal Balayage
A pop of teal looks fantastic against a unique yet trendy color like gunmetal gray. Ideal for fair skin, this look focuses gray on most hair while painting on dark teal color on the ends and outer edges of hair using the balayage technique.
31. Dark Teal Curls
Make a statement this season with teal blue curls. Golden skin tones are best suited to dark hues and look seamless if your natural hair color is brunette or black. Be sure to hydrate hair to give bouncy curls irresistible shine adequately.
32. Teal Blue Ombre Hair
Warm skin tones with hints of gold or olive require deep and cool color for the most natural-looking contrast. This teal blue ombre color is easy to wear on medium or long hair. Bedhead texture keeps the whole look edgy.
33. Green Teal Hair
Technically, teal contains hints of both green and blue. This look has a more green tone, perfect for tan skin with olive undertones. This seamless color is versatile, so wear it on long hair, as seen here, or on pixie-length locks.
34. Teal Hair with Dark Blue Lowlights
Particularly pale skin with pink undertones can handle the deepest teal colors out there. Navy and denim are wildly popular right now, so ask your stylist for lowlights in these shades if you’re used to wearing black hair but want to freshen things up.
35. Layered Cut and Side Fringe
This dark blue teal looks especially stunning on a modern hairstyle. Long side bangs and layers create effortless movement on blue hair for a truly mermaid-like effect.
Roots have been ‘in’ since the ’90s, so why not rock them with your teal hair? The contrast is best if your hair is dark, however. This hue is more of a true blue, but the look works for teal with more green as well.
37. Tousled Wavy Bob
Tousled wavy bobs are trendy right now, but it’s probably not every day that you see this style on blue-green locks. Ask your stylist for an A-line cut to keep it fresh so hair is slightly longer surrounding your face.
38. Lightly Waved Mermaid Hair
Give off that true mermaid essence with sexy, beachy waves. Whether your hair is totally teal or a green and dark gray ombre like this one, this gorgeous texture is a true crowd-pleaser.
39. Blue Hairstyle with Big Glamorous Curls
Soft waves are nice, but bigger, more glamorous ones are great for statement-making occasions. Ideally suited for long locks, large curls with a soft side part draw attention to your gorgeous face.
When working with more than one tone, details like braids are ideal for showing off dimension. This icy cotton candy look contains light teal and light mint with a half-up fishtail style for a touch of whimsy.
41. Blue Rainbow Hair and Choppy Bangs
If you prefer your hair with bangs, you can definitely carry a tri-color look with style. Add deep baby blue color to the crown of the hair and the choppy bangs. It should fade into neutral platinum before finally fading into mint at the ends.
Teal with green undertones is perfect on pink skin tones. Go for a seamless style or create an ombre effect with grayish-black roots. Wavy texture captures the blend best and gives hair the beachy vibe that teal hair evokes.
42. Perfect Fishtail Side Plait
Fishtails make so much sense on teal hair! This big braid captures all of the stunning tones, like denim, and deep, icy teal like a charm. To keep it sexy, leave plenty of short layers down and loose surrounding the face.
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Because the hue runs such a wide spectrum, you’ll have no problem finding a teal hair color that suits you. So what’s your pick—blue-bent, greener, combined with purple or pink?