Trouble comes when it gets on places you don't want it - like your face, or clothes, or carpet.
Or you decide that the color 'to die for' just did. (Incidentally, have a look here if you want to see what 'could have been' or suss out a replacement color.)
There are some commercial products to remove dye from hair, and a few home potions and processes.
Color Fix by Jheri Redding is designed to remove unwanted permant hair color, and controlled usage allows color correction to specific areas, either full or slight color corrections.
Loreal Color Zap gently washes away all permanent haircolor. Ideal for color correction, removal of dark shades, muddy, uneven results or color build up. Leaves hair ready for immediate re-coloring. Loreal Effasol Color Remover washes away permanent haircolor, leaving hair ready for recoloring. Can be used with water or developer.
Jerome Rusell's Punky Color Punk Off is an easy to use gel that will cleanse your skin from hair dye stains.
Roux Clean Touch is a gentle formula that allows you to remove dye from hair and haircolor from skin and scalp. Removes excess color from hair ends and assists in removing stains from clothing.
Home remedies include this one:
Hot Oil treatments, hairspray, shampooing and exposure to water will gradually fade hair dye.
To remove the last bit of residue or stain on the hair (or to get color out immediately) make up a small batch of bleach mixture and add it to 2 tablespoons or so of shampoo in a cup. Stir it up.
Shampoo your hair with this mixture, "kneading" the hair. Start at the roots and work your way down to the end, and then back up.
You should see the color disappear right before your eyes.
Black hair dye is a special case.
It's very hard to remove dye from hair completely, especially if it's permanent and black. Better to let it grow out and not bleach it. Bleaching with chemicals damages the hair it may make it so stretchy and thin that it comes out in your comb.
Likewise if black hair dye stains skin or fabric. The best way is to prevent it from staining in the first place by applying Vaseline around the hairline before dyeing.
If black hair dye stains fabric then using detergent and water quickly is a good idea otherwise dry cleaning may be required. Black hair dye stains can also be removed by rubbing cigarette ash over the stained skin, dipping milk in cotton balls and rubbing over the stained area, rubbing on WD-40 or even nail polish remover or hair spray.
Now that you know how to remove dye from hair here's a bonus tip that might help avoid the need to use those tricks again.
Click on over to this web site, upload a photo of yourself, and try on every hair color imaginable. They have a huge library of hair color and hair styles, and you can play to your heart's content trying every one of them on your face.
Amazing fun. Check it out!
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