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Please help me!

(8 Posts)
Clueing4looks Tue 27-Oct-15 19:14:08

I've been dyeing my hair for over 20 years and it has always gone without a hitch. Just rinsed off the dye and have managed to stain a large portion of my forehead black. I have an in-work interview for a promotion tomorrow and I can't sit there explaining how I would be perfect for the job whilst looking like Dracula. How can I get it off?

Knackeredknitter67 Tue 27-Oct-15 19:22:55

eye make up remover
facial scrub
cleanser and flannel

NotTodaySatan Tue 27-Oct-15 19:28:45

I speak from bitter recent experience.

You will struggle to remove it.

I used:

Makeup remover
Rubbing alcohol
Fairy liquid
Clarifying shampoo
Charcoal mask
And finally and in utter desperation, nail polish remover. Which gave me a chemical burn.

I had to wait for it to heal and my skin to renew.

I empathise sad

Clueing4looks Tue 27-Oct-15 19:45:46

I've used make up remover which didn't work. Gonna work down the list you have. If it comes to it I'll just have to cut myself a probably wonky fringe blush

Silverstreaks Tue 27-Oct-15 21:28:04

Try something greasy. Whatever you've got, full fat milk, cream, butter, baby oil etc. Onebof them should shift it.

allwineismine Tue 27-Oct-15 21:34:10

I always give myself the Mickey Mouse/Dracula forehead when dying my hair. I use waste alcohol to remove the stains. The stronger the better, so vodka is my preferred choice thlwink

Clueing4looks Tue 27-Oct-15 21:56:00

Vodka worked! I drank a few glasses and now I don't care anymore!

itsmeohlord Tue 27-Oct-15 21:59:02

Vanish. smile

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