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When changing your hair color, the goal is to keep all of the dye in your hair without staining your hands, face and the surrounding area, right? Well I never seem to keep that rule, no matter if I am dying my own hair or somebody else`s!
Luckily I`ve learned (though the hard way!) some tricks on how to get that dye off your skin, so that you don`t look freaky!
The great thing about removing dye from your skin is that there are a number of different household items you can use to get the job done.
* Removing Dye from Skin *
1. Toothpaste - rub a small amount on the stained area, then rinse the area with water. You can repeat this process throughout the week until the dye is completely gone.
2. Nail Polish Remover - saturate a cotton ball or pad in nail polish remover and rub it onto the stained area. Be careful though, as it is powerful and might cause irritation to the skin!
* Removing Hair Dye from Hands/Nails *
1. Hydrogen peroxide - soak your hands in some hydrogen peroxide for several minutes, don`t leave them in for too long though.
2. Baking soda - use baking soda and a brush to gently scrub the nails and skin. Keep in mind that it could take more than one go with this method; however, it is still a great way to remove dye from the skin.
3. Dish washing soap - it can sometimes effectively remove hair dye stains, especially when mixed with either baking soda or lemon juice. Simply rub over the area until the stains fade.
Hope this helps and please feel free to share your own tips and tricks!!!
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