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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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To remove hair dye from skin, clean the hair dye off the skin as soon as possible with toothpaste, vinegar or hairspray. Alternatively, use baking soda and dish washing liquid or baby oil to remove stubborn stains. More »

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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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To remove hair dye from skin, clean the hair dye off the skin as soon as possible with toothpaste, vinegar or hairspray. Alternatively, use baking soda and dish washing liquid or baby oil to remove stubborn stains. More »

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To remove hair dye from your face, create a mixture of baby oil and facial cleanser, and rub the solution into the area with a cotton swab, and rinse thoroughly. This 10-minute procedure requires baby oil, facial cleanse... More »

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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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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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