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To remove hair dye from skin, wipe the stained skin with a tissue, scrub it with a toothbrush, dab stubborn stains with nail polish remover, and coat lingering dye with baby oil. This overnight procedure requires a mirro... More »

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There are several ways of removing hair dye from skin and most involve the use of unconventional cleaning agents including nail polish, toothpaste, baking soda and even WD-40. Hair dyes, especially the permanent and semi... More »

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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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There are several ways of removing hair dye from skin and most involve the use of unconventional cleaning agents including nail polish, toothpaste, baking soda and even WD-40. Hair dyes, especially the permanent and semi... More »

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Ways to remove bandage adhesive residue from skin involve using either baby oil or cooking oil, using dish washing soap to clean the residue off and using nail polish remover to gently wipe off the bandage adhesive. Taki... More »

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Dip dye your hair by dipping the ends in dye, covering the dye with aluminum foil, waiting 45 minutes and rinsing your hair. The supplies you need for this one-hour procedure are a hairbrush, elastic hair bands, hair dye... More »

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