How to Clean Hair Dye From Skin

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Whether you are planning on trying out a new hair color or you’re thinking of getting a quick touch-up, you have to know how to clean hair dye from skin. Without the right techniques, you can end up with weird spots of colors on your face and even your hands.

So, without further ado, check out these easy-to-follow steps:

Nail Polish Remover

The first thing you need to do is to soak a piece of cotton ball with a nail polish remover. Then, dab the cotto ball onto the stain and rub gently. After a while, you’ll see the dye beginning to lift off of your skin. If you don’t have a nail polish at home, you can use an isopropyl alcohol.

Toothpaste

Another remedy you can try is a non-gel toothpaste. Simply take out an old toothbrush and put a small amount of the toothpaste on it. Then, gently scrub the stain. Don’t put too much pressure as that can irritate your skin.

Baking Soda

Baking soda works great in removing dye stains from the skin, too. Just mix it with the right amount of dishwashing soap to create a paste. Then, rub the mixture and rinse off once you see that your skin is clean.

If those things don’t work, here are 13 more ways to get rid of hair dye stains:


For more tips, find out how to prepare your hair before coloring it and check out the best shampoo for colored hair you can use after