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Tip: Removing Dark Hair Color Stain from Your Skin

Have you ever been to the hair salon and had your hair colored a dark color, only to come home with parts of your skin dyed to match your hair? Occasionally the color stains your temples, or the skin near the hairline, and it is very difficult to remove. You could always wait a week or so for it to naturally wear off, but who wants to look like they have permanent dirt on their face or neck?!

I have found a new use for a household product that will remove hair color stains from your skin. It’s the Mr. Clean “Magic Eraser”. It’s a white sponge-like product that is great for removing dirt from walls and appliances. Who knew it could work on your skin too!

Scrubbing your temples to death with a washcloth will only make your skin red and will not likely remove hair dye stain. But the Magic Eraser works wonders where modern ordinary washcloths fail.

Be very careful not to “scrub”, or you will end up removing some skin and end up with red painful blotches. Just wet the sponge and use a gentle circular motion on the area you are trying to clean. The color should gently come off. Rubbing harder will not increase the effect, so don’t go overboard. Once you have removed that hair dye stain from your skin, you’ll just look like your gorgeous self, instead of looking like “I just came from the salon and had my roots dyed”. It’s like magic.

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