Hair dye does not kill lice. Dye has no effect on lice at any stage of their life cycle. There is some anecdotal evidence that indicates that bleaching one's hair kills adult lice, but it does not seem to have any effect... More »

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Thorough elimination of lice infestations is often difficult due to the insects' increased natural resistance to over-the-counter treatments and the frequency with which they reappear following treatment. Methods that wo... More »

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Some remedies for killing lice are over-the-counter medicated shampoos, called pediculicides, olive oil, Spinosad (a prescription lotion) and Permethrin lotion. Olive oil suffocates lice, and subsequently kills them, acc... More »

Hair dye stains on the face or body can be removed using hairspray or baby oil. Soak a cotton ball or swab with the chosen substance, then rub it on the stained area until the dye color begins to lift away. More »

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Hair bleach is damaging to the hair and should only be applied by a professional. Bleaching hair can permanently raise the hair cuticle, which may contribute to a rapid loss of moisture. More »

Hair toner corrects the color tones in hair, including unwanted brassy, coppery or reddish colors. Advantages of using a toner include softening the transition between outgrowth and colored hair, sealing hair color so th... More »

Hair caramelizing refers to a trending style of using shades of brown to color, highlight, downlight and add streaks and ribbons of color to brown and blonde tones of hair. Caramelizing uses a blend of colors with delici... More »