How to Get Candle Wax out of Hair?

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You are going to have to use ice to get candle wax out of hair. Hold an ice cube directly on the wax until is is frozen. Gently scrape it away.
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1. Place the sections of hair with the trapped candle wax between two large paper towels. Turn on a blow dryer set at medium heat, and move it up and down the hair. The wax will liquefy
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If your wax problem is on a heat-safe, non-porous surface, you are in luck. Warm the wax splotch with the heat from your hair dryer. Use the lowest setting that is effective. Once
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1. So, to melt & shape your own personal candle, you have to go buy some wax. Any wax will do : paraffin, beeswax, etc. Ad. 2. Set up a double boiler. (A.K.A a pot with boiling
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i recently went to bali, and got extensions done over there with cadle wax. i know it sounds bad but for me this is the only way it worked. put 2 paper towels over your hair and then
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How to Get Candle Wax Out of Hair
The scenarios in which candle wax ends up in hair are endless, but getting it out may seem impossible. Wax can be removed by making it liquid again with heat (but not open flame) or dissolving it with a substance that will permeate and dissolve wax.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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