- If there’re stains of Splat hair dye left on some areas of your skin, you don’t have to worry. You can totally remove them.
- The easiest and safest way to avoid hurting your skin is to use make-up remover cream.
- If the stains remain, you should use baking soda or hydrogen peroxide. Today, I’ll explain to you how to do it so as not to damage your skin.
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Have you ever colored your hair green with Splat hair dye and ended up looking like the Incredible Hulk?
Do your hands look like one of the Smurfs after coloring your hair blue?
I won’t laugh because my mother taught me that it’s rude to laugh at other people’s misfortunes.
Your misfortune is about to end because fortunately, the pigments in Splat hair dye are very easy to remove from the skin.
It can be removed from the skin of your hands or scalp. Even arms and legs, if you are not an expert in applying Splat hair dyes.
Besides, you won’t be the first person to end up with stains on different parts of your body produced by Splat dyes.
However, don’t even think about applying color remover or other similar products. If you do, in addition to damaging your skin, you can ruin the color you just used. And that would be a crime.
As common sense indicates, we’ll start with the easiest way to remove dye residue from your skin.
Do you have sensitive skin?
Then, make-up remover cream is for you.
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- How to remove Splat hair dye stains with make-up remover. Best for sensitive skin.
- How to remove Splat hair dye from the skin with baking soda: for intermediate colors such as pink, green, light blue, or orange.
- How to remove Splat hair dye stains from the skin with hydrogen peroxide: for intense colors such as violet, blue, black, purple, and red.
How to remove Splat hair dye stains with make-up remover. Best for sensitive skin.
Make-up remover cream should not be missing from your cosmetic products.
Haven’t you ever heard that sleeping with make-up on clogs pores and keeps the skin from breathing?
Today, you’ll learn more than just how to remove Splat hair dye stains.
Why is this cream excellent for removing hair dye stains?
Because it contains cleansing agents that remove color residue while protecting and moisturizing your skin.
How to apply it?
- On a cotton pad, put some make-up remover cream and rub your skin until the dye disappears.
- You can also apply the make-up remover cream directly to the stain on your skin, rub it in gently, and remove the excess product with a cotton pad.
Don’t you have any make-up remover?
In that case, you can use micellar water and apply it the same way as the cream. It’s just as effective.
Have you used a very intense color Splat hair dye?
Then, you should use a slightly more aggressive method without disregarding your skin’s health.
How to remove Splat hair dye from the skin with baking soda: for intermediate colors such as pink, green, light blue, or orange.
Do you know that baking soda is an excellent natural exfoliant?
It’s useful in several processes. For example, to remove the hair dye stains from your skin.
What do you need?
- 2 tablespoons of baking soda
- Juice of 1 lemon or a tablespoon of detergent
Is that clear? I wrote lemon juice or detergent. You should not mix both with baking soda. One of them will be more than enough.
Let’s go to the stain removal process.
- In a container, place the 2 tablespoons of baking soda with the juice of 1 lemon or 1 spoon of dishwashing soap. Mix well to integrate.
- Put on gloves and apply the mixture with your fingers to the skin by gently rubbing the dye stains.
- Stir the mixture with a wet towel.
Then, you have to moisturize your skin with moisturizing cream to avoid annoying irritations.
How to remove Splat hair dye stains from the skin with hydrogen peroxide: for intense colors such as violet, blue, black, purple, and red.
As it’s a corrosive method, you must be extra careful when cleaning Splat hair dye stains. Hydrogen peroxide cannot contact your eyes.
Remember that hydrogen peroxide is a chemical that removes pigments from any surface, from hair to a T-shirt or towel. Also, you should only use 10-volume hydrogen peroxide so as not to irritate or hurt your skin.
What do you need?
- 10-volume Hydrogen peroxide
- Moisturizing cream
Let’s remove those stains that seem impossible to delete!
- Put the gloves on and place a few drops of hydrogen peroxide on a cotton pad. Gently rub the hair dye stain.
- Remove the hydrogen peroxide with a clean cotton pad. Wash your skin with water and dry with a towel.
Finally, apply moisturizer to hydrate your skin.
You don’t have to worry if, after coloring your hair with Splat hair dye, you stain the skin on your face or hands. It’s easy to clean them.
If your skin is sensitive, use a make-up remover or micellar water. If you’ve used an intermediate or intense color Splat dye, use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, respectively.