No doubt, hair dye enhances the beauty of your hair. While dying hair yourself you get dye stains especially on your hands, neck and hairline. These stain marks are very frustrating and needs to be cleaned immediately to avoid any sort of allergy. Different people use different ways to remove hair dye from skin. But the success of any method depends upon your skin type and the dye used.
Methods for removing hair dye stains:
Beauty Products: Stain-removing products are readily available in market. For a regular dye user, it is advisable to purchase a stain-removing product, and keep it near while dying hair so that it can be applied immediately when required.
Nail Polish Remover: Using nail polish remover is the commonest home remedy to remove dye- stains from skin. In this method, nail polish remover is applied on the stains with cotton swabs. Dye stain will fade initially and then it will vanish away. Wash the effected part using warm water.
Toothpaste: Applying toothpaste is the cheapest hair dye stain remover. Rub a bit of toothpaste gently on the stain with your finger. You can use toothbrush also to apply the paste on your stain. Thereafter, apply a moisturizer after washing the effected area with warm water.
Vaseline: Vaseline is a good stain remover. It can be used before or after applying hair dye. You can apply a thin layer of Vaseline along your hairline, on your face, on your neck and near your ears before applying hair dye.
In case you get any satin marks on these areas, they can be easily removed by gently washing with soap. If you opt for applying Vaseline after dying your hair, rub it vigorously over the stain till it vanishes.
Bleach: Skin bleach can be used to cover dye stains.
Baking Soda and Dishwashing liquid: Mix together baking soda and dishwashing liquid in the ratio 1:1. Rub this solution on your stains with a washcloth.