To get candle wax out of hair, use paper towels and a blow dryer. To use this method, place the affected hair between two paper towels and melt the wax.
Keeping the hair sandwiched between the paper towels, use a blow dryer on a medium to high setting and apply heat to the paper towels for several minutes. The heat will melt the wax and cause it to stick to the paper towels. Another way is to dry the affected hair with a blow dryer and wipe it away with a paper towel after it is melted instead of sandwiching it between the towels. Dipping hair in extremely hot water can also remove wax as long as it is only on the very end of long hair.Learn More
To use spray wax on your hair, wash and dry your hair completely. Divide your hair into layers, and spray the wax on, starting from the bottom layer. After each coat, use your finger to tousle your hair.Full Answer >
Olive oil can be removed from hair using oil-blotting sheets or dry shampoo; it can also be removed by a thorough wash and rinse. However, if the hair is naturally dry, washing it again can further dry it.Full Answer >
Silly Putty can be easily removed from hair, according to Crayola. All that is needed is a quick conditioning, comb through and wash to leave hair free of Silly Putty. The time it takes to complete the removal is dependent on the length of hair and the amount of Silly Putty present.Full Answer >
Murray's Pomade can be removed from the hair by using a strong clarifying shampoo or a dish soap that cuts grease. The pomade is a wax-based hairstyling product.Full Answer >