Remove hair dye from your scalp by applying hydrogen peroxide, then shampooing and conditioning your hair. This 10-minute procedure requires a wide-toothed plastic comb, hair clips, hydrogen peroxide, latex gloves, cotto... 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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While it is normal for the scalp to burn slightly, tingle or itch during a hair color application, intense burning may indicate that a chemical burn is occurring or that there is an allergy to one of the hair color ingre... More »

Non-allergic hair dye is any hair coloring product that is made with natural ingredients rather than with common allergens such as hydrogen peroxide or ammonia. However, natural and organic products are not always hypoal... More »

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Dark brown hair dye can be lighten using a clarifying shampoo or natural products, such as baby oil, lime, hydrogen peroxide and chamomile tea. Many women go to the salon to try to turn their hair darker but, when the to... More »

To naturally lighten your hair, apply a mixture of lemon juice, hydrogen peroxide and chamomile tea. This lightening spray takes 15 minutes to make, and 20 seconds to apply. The required supplies are a spray bottle, a mi... More »

To lighten your hair with hydrogen peroxide, spray it on your hair until you achieve your goal shade. Each treatment takes just seconds to apply, and successive applications intensify the lightening effect. The supplies ... More »