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boolove asked:

27 Dec 2010

Hair dyed hand >.

I always have gloves when I do my hair but my friends constantly ask me to dye their hair. I just got the pink off of my from last time and she didnt have gloves this time either! So now i have a blue hand and I want it off asap! Help xD



megatron says:

Posted on 27 Dec 2010

ahah. xD
this happens to me all the time.
The only thing I really can do is wash it constantly and scrub it with body wash when I get into the shower. It usually comes off within 2 days. :3



sena95 says:

Posted on 27 Dec 2010

Please never use chlorine bleach! You can try using non chlorine bleach or, better yet, get 40 volume peroxide from your local beauty supply to remove hair color from skin. Having been a hairstylist for 35 years I can assure you that 40 volume peroxide will remove most, if not all, of the color stain and since it is not chlorine based (it's oxygen based) it is safe.

Chlorine is defined by the EPA as a pesticide, whose sole purpose is to kill living organisms, and that the chlorine problem is similar to that of air pollution. Breast cancer, which now effects one in every eight women in North America, has recently been linked to the accumulation of chlorine compounds in the breast tissue.

Two thirds of our harmful exposure to chlorine is due to inhalation and skin absorption.

Chlorine vapors are known to be a strong irritant to the sensitive tissue and bronchial passages inside our lungs and was used as a chemical weapon (Mustard Gas) in World War I. The inhalation of chlorine is a suspected cause of asthma and bronchitis, especially in children, which has increased 300% in the last two decades.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 27 Dec 2010

the last time I dyed my hair, part of a glove was slipping off and so I got stains on my right hand. . It was pretty nasty 'cuz my hand looked like it had rust on it. lol anyway, yeah all it really takes is constant washing.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 28 Dec 2010

also you can try exfoliating the area and even sometimes putting vasoline on it like lotion can help remove it.

really washing is the best method. you can try to use a permanent marker over it of another color but then you may end up with a mix.

i know shaving cream can help remove some stuff from your skin


sena95 says:

Posted on 27 Dec 2010

this is an answer i found on web :)

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