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, 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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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, 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 »

A few ways to remove semi-permanent hair dye quickly is to shampoo the hair a few times with a strong shampoo, rinse with plenty of hot water or use a color remover product designed for semi-permanent hair dye. Shampooin... More »

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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