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 the hands, wash them, and scrub with vinegar, then toothpaste. For stubborn stains, try a baking soda paste, then baby oil for the residual marks. As a last effort, try nail polish remover. More »

To remove hair dye from skin, start by wiping away excess dye after application and using vinegar to exfoliate the skin. For persistent stains, use a baking soda scrub, and leave baby oil on the affected skin overnight. ... More »

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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To remove hair dye from skin, start by wiping away excess dye after application and using vinegar to exfoliate the skin. For persistent stains, use a baking soda scrub, and leave baby oil on the affected skin overnight. ... 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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To remove hair dye from the hands, wash them, and scrub with vinegar, then toothpaste. For stubborn stains, try a baking soda paste, then baby oil for the residual marks. As a last effort, try nail polish remover. More »