Home hair dye accident

(10 Posts)
SauvignonBlanche Thu 25-Feb-16 17:51:50

I've ended up with a 1cm mark on my cheek that I didn't notice of Clairol Nice'nEasy. blush
What's the best way to get it off before I go out for dinner later!

mmmmmmmmmmcake Thu 25-Feb-16 17:52:43

Nail varnish remover works for me

dementedpixie Thu 25-Feb-16 17:53:15

I use baby wipes

MoreGilmoreGirls Thu 25-Feb-16 17:53:41

Nail varnish remover. Good luck smile

iwishiwasademon Thu 25-Feb-16 17:55:00

My dsis swears by using nail polish remover to take hair dye off skin but I've never tried it.

Gotheftosleep Thu 25-Feb-16 17:58:44

Have you got any of the product developer left? The white gloopy stuff not the actual dye. If so, put a bit on cotton wool and wipe over the stain, that should lift it.

SauvignonBlanche Thu 25-Feb-16 18:02:19

Oh dear, it might've worked if I'd used it at the time but I noticed it just before going to pick DH up from work.
I used DD's extra strong nail varnish remover, as I didn't think my acetone free would be up to the job, but it doesn't seem to have had any effect. sad
Oh well, I'll just have to put plenty of make up on. wink

dementedpixie Thu 25-Feb-16 18:03:44

A bit of shampoo or handwash on a cloth/cotton wool? Did you try baby wipes?

MadSprocker Thu 25-Feb-16 20:09:27

I use eye make up remover.

Youvegottobekidding Fri 26-Feb-16 10:06:35

A hairdresser told me hairspray on cotton wool should get rid of any hair dye on the skin. If not you can get those wipes, think Boots sell them?

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