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Woman left with Asda logo on head after plastic bag hair dye fail

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A home hair dye fail left a mother with a green Asda logo on her head.

Nikki Mac, 27, from Methil, Fife, Scotland, had the supermarket's branding on her head after she used one of its plastic shopping bags to dye her hair.

She had put the bag on top of her head to help her colour develop - and had hope to dye her hair platinum blonde.

However, chemicals in the dye caused the green Asda lettering from the plastic bag to come off in her hair.

Nikki's embarrassing hair dye fail was clear to see once she removed the Asda bag. (Kennedy)
Nikki's embarrassing hair dye fail was clear to see once she removed the Asda bag. (Kennedy)
PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: MUM NIKKI MAC, 27, FROM FIFE, SCOTLAND, WAS LEFT WITH ASDA LOGO MELTED ON TO HER BLONDE HAIR AFTER USING PLASTIC BAG TO HELP HAIR DYE DEVELOP) This mortified mum ended up with the entire Asda LOGO stencilled in green on her blonde locks - when she used one of their plastic bags in a hair dye fail. Nikki Mac was getting ready for a night out with her sister Lisa [Mac], 29, when she decided to touch up her roots, smearing dye through her tresses before covering it in a plastic bag while waiting for the colour to develop. The 27-year-old waited patiently for half an hour as she had done many times before, but when she came to remove the covering she was 'shocked' to see the pea-green font printed across the crown of her head. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266.
Nikki Mac managed to dye the Asda logo into her hair. (Kennedy News)

After video clips of the hair dye fail went viral, she said: “It was terrible. This was just before a night out.

"I saw the green lettering in the mirror. It was a shock.

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PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: MUM NIKKI MAC, 27, FROM FIFE, SCOTLAND) This mortified mum ended up with the entire Asda LOGO stencilled in green on her blonde locks - when she used one of their plastic bags in a hair dye fail. Nikki Mac was getting ready for a night out with her sister Lisa [Mac], 29, when she decided to touch up her roots, smearing dye through her tresses before covering it in a plastic bag while waiting for the colour to develop. The 27-year-old waited patiently for half an hour as she had done many times before, but when she came to remove the covering she was 'shocked' to see the pea-green font printed across the crown of her head. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266.
Nikki Mac had been trying to dye her hair platinum blonde. (Kennedy News)

"I decided to dye my hair and I was meant to be platinum blonde. I was just doing my roots.

"I took the bag off my head and I saw the Asda sign. I had green hair.

"The chemicals had caused the Asda sign to melt off. I had green hair for ages.”

PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: PLASTIC ASDA SHOPPING BAG) This mortified mum ended up with the entire Asda LOGO stencilled in green on her blonde locks - when she used one of their plastic bags in a hair dye fail. Nikki Mac was getting ready for a night out with her sister Lisa [Mac], 29, when she decided to touch up her roots, smearing dye through her tresses before covering it in a plastic bag while waiting for the colour to develop. The 27-year-old waited patiently for half an hour as she had done many times before, but when she came to remove the covering she was 'shocked' to see the pea-green font printed across the crown of her head. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266.
Nikki Mac used an Asda shopping bag to dye her hair. (Kennedy News)

One social media user joked that she looked like a Christmas tree.

They posted: "Just need some tinsel and lights and you're all good to go."

Another user commented: "This is funny. She got every bit of the logo."