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How do you get hair dye off of your neck?

I dyed my hair friday and now there is hair dye on my neck and i dont now how to get it off.

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Try nail polish remover. It worked for me:)

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try getting a sos pad or some type of sponge then use rubbing alcohol

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No SOS ... Omg!!!
Try toothpaste, peroxide, alcohol, hair spray .....
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hair spray wont work
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try peroxide

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I tried that and it still wont work
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I'd go with the peroxide first. It's less harsh than the nail polish, which is probably acetone.

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I think Simply mix equal parts of baking soda with dish washing liquid and it is the simple solution in this case.

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And for future hair dyeing.....rub Vaseline on your ears, forehead, temples, neck....at the hairline. This will keep the dye off your skin and can just be washed away when you rinse the dye out.

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My wife found petroleum jelly (the least expensive on the shelf) worked nicely & was easier on the skin than anything else mentioned, including the peroxide which sometimes stings sensitive skin.

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something you can have a try: Vaseline, face cream, soup with higher alkalinity, tobacco or cigarette ash with water.

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Toner works well for me!

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Color removes color. after coloring, dip a cloth in the color and wipe away any that has stained, before washing all away,or mix a t lb of color that's left, or color remover pads from Sally's,..nothing works as well as the color itself.. small amount of 10 or 20 vol up works ok.

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Color Oops remover wipes. Walmart probably has them or your local pharmacy.

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Wear a scarf! LOL

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Witch Hazel pads

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