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    Default Hair dye on skin. Help!

    I dyed my hair tonight and before starting, I covered under my hair line with Vasoline to protect my skin. I've just looked in the mirror and the top of my forehead is mostly brown! I wear my hair off my face as I'm growing it and it annoys me in my face so I can't really just hang my hair over my forehead until it disappears lol.

    Any proven solutions?!

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    I use conditioner to get hair dye off my face. I put some on a washer and rub it off

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    Have you washed out your hair? Or still developing?

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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
    Thanks Louise, I'll give it a try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Have you washed out your hair? Or still developing?
    Washed it out. It's almost dry now lol.

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    Ah ok.

    Facewasher - wet with soap/conditioner and scrub!

    Also sometimes moisturising cream while scrubbing helps.

    It does fade/wash off after 2-3 washes. I get a bit of red here and there all the time when I dye mine lol.

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    Baby wipes for sure, they are awesome at getting hair dye off quick and easy.

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