hair dye skin stains help

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  1. blessfull

    blessfull Well-Known Member

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    Ok ladies I am getting married on tuesday and just dyed my hair and now my forehead and neck are brown


    Help how do I get it offf????????
    Ive tried toothpaste,milk,nail polish remover and just general scrubbing

    Help!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Irishmammy

    Irishmammy Mum of 2 soon to be 3

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    Baby wipes are usually pretty good! Other than that keep
    Using a skin scrub.
    I'm sure it will go away.
     
  3. AmyR

    AmyR Mother of 2 girls!

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    It sounds weird, but windex works.....hot water with a bit of windex...and a little scubbing power!
     
  4. redstiletto

    redstiletto Mom and WTT #2

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    There are wipes sold in beauty supply stores that are made for removing skin stains from dye. If not, try make-up remover or olive oil. Try acetone too (nail polish remover) but wear a face mask so you don't inhale the fumes.
     
  5. londonbump2

    londonbump2 Single mummy in London!

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    :laugh2: I used to do that all the time!
    Face wipes and general scrubbing should get it off, try nail polish remover if you need to. Give your skin a rest if you haven't got it off yet and go at it in the morning!

    And for any future attempts try covering around your hairline and ears with petroleum(sp?) jelly
     
  6. JackiePed

    JackiePed Guest

    Good, thick oil-based product (olive oil....vaseline...) before you go to bed, let it soak in, then try and clean it off in the morning. Keep applying the oil and letting it sit, then scrubbing. The oil will break down the color.
     
  7. shortybear

    shortybear Well-Known Member

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    yep...did this with vaseline and had black hair dye off my forehead (and neck, and ears, and shoulders, ugghhh) within 24 hours when i had a function. good luck!
     
  8. luz

    luz Well-Known Member

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    Windex! Squirt a little on a towel and rub the due. It will come right off
     
  9. Teaspoon16

    Teaspoon16 Active Member

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    Clean and clear deep cleanser in a blue bottle. Works a treat when I get stained by hair dye��
     
  10. Morgi

    Morgi Well-Known Member

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    Lemon juice always worked 4me.x
     
  11. Sarah_2011

    Sarah_2011 Well-Known Member

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    Rub Shampoo on it.
     
  12. Kayleigh Lou

    Kayleigh Lou Well-Known Member

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    Usually the conditioner you get in the hair dye works for me :thumbup:
     
  13. jessrabbit

    jessrabbit Well-Known Member

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    Shampoo on applied with a towel and warm water xx
     
  14. Katie.2011

    Katie.2011 Mummy to baby bean

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    I heard my friend say she once used fake tan remover wipes some salons have them
     
  15. Shortcake01

    Shortcake01 Well-Known Member

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    This once happened to me and facial wipes didnt work so I tried a household wipe and came straight off! I washed my face afterwards and used cream as dont imagine they are too good for you xxx
     

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