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    Thanks ladies! The conditioner did the trick this time I am so coming back to this thread for future reference haha.

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    Tea tree oil helps get it off skin. Just dab some onto cotton wool.

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    Default Hair dye on skin. Help!

    Perfume on cotton balls.

    Just seen you already succeeded lol 😀

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    Now if only I could see the back of my head! Apparently the back of my neck is a tad splotchy! Ah well, will go with it today haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    I use conditioner to get hair dye off my face. I put some on a washer and rub it off
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    Things to use. Makeup remover. Tomato sauce. Toothpaste. Or cigarette ash and water. I'm a hairdresser and all these things work xx

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    Rubbing alcohol works well

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    Hair spray works as well, spray the hairspray on the dyed area, then wipe away. I usually get hair dye all over me. I have even used gumption out of desperation before lol. These days if I do it at home, my DP does it. He does a fab job.


 

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