Nail polish remover can be useful to remove hair dye stains but it should only be used in small areas, and only away from the eyes. To try it, soak a small ball of cotton on nail polish remover and rub the area a few times. Make sure you keep a window open when trying this, as the fumes can be strong.
Toothpaste can also be used to remove hair dye stains, especially when it comes to lighter colors. While toothpaste does not seem to work in all types of skin, it is a great first option, as it is relatively soft and does not irritate or damages the skin. To try and remove hair dye stains, simply rub toothpaste, preferably the kind that contains scrubbing granules, on the area.
As strange as it sounds, cigarette ashes can also be used to remove hair dye stains. Simply mix with a few droplets of water and then use a cotton ball to rub over the stained area. Wash your face with warm water afterwards.
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at 2:58 AM on Aug. 8, 2010