How to Wash Hair Dye Off Skin

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Washing hair dye off your skin can be tricky, but it definitely isn't impossible. Find out how to wash hair dye off the skin with help from a certified makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm going to show you how you can wash your hair dye off of your skin. Sometimes when we dye our hair we have a little bit that's left over onto the skin and sometimes it's really tough to get that off so what we're going to do today is go in with an eye makeup remover and I'm going to take it on a pad, you can use a sponge or a pad either one and this is really just great because oil-free eye makeup remover is great for getting off the nitty gritty of your eye makeup so it's going to work as well with the hair dye which is a little more stubborn. So we have some on the side of the face and we're just taking our pad and as gently as possible rubbing back and forth lifting the product off the skin. Now the longer it sits on the skin, the more product you will need to put on makeup remover-wise. So just keep that in mind, you might need to do a few layers. Also the darker the color, the more you'll have to work at it. So we have it done on one side. It's a little more intense on the forehead where we had died the bangs and so again we're just working in with that product. We can see that it's lifting off. You don't have to scrub too hard, it's really just the process of little circles and moving back and forth that's going to lift the product off eventually. So the makeup remover will activate the product to come off. Pat dry because this product does tend to be a little bit greasy and always cleanse your face afterwards too. That's always best recommended. I'm Erin Hendley and I just showed you how to wash hair dye off of your face.

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