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Nowadays hair dyes to be used at home are common and increasingly easy to apply. The biggest problem today is knowing how to apply the product taking the necessary precautions for proper use.

Besides carpets, towels and clothes when the dye comes into contact with skin it also generates spots, and they do nothing well. According to hairstylist Nice Cavalcante, Maria Beleza salon, "dyes may cause redness, itching and irritation on sensitive skin", so before applying all over the hair, it is important to test the product on the skin.

Professional suggestion to reduce the dye impacts the skin is to opt for toners, which are less aggressive, and therefore cause less allergies.

Also, the stains are very difficult to leave. Below unusual methods with products you have at home that can be effective for the removal of dye on the skin:

1. Detergent

Apply a small amount of kitchen detergent in the region of the stain by rubbing with fingers. In case of darker spots, or are in the skin for longer, use a moist tissue or cotton soaked in detergent and water to scrub the area.

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For best results, a mixture with two parts of detergent and two parts sodium bicarbonate, to a paste and apply the region by rubbing a finger or cotton.

2. Toothpaste

Dampen the affected region and apply a small amount of toothpaste, rubbing in a circular motion for 30 to 60 seconds or until the stain is completely removed. After the procedure, wash the area with warm water and soap, dry with a towel.

3. Vaseline

Similarly to the above procedures, a quantity of petrolatum spread the stain, being careful so that the product has no contact with the eyes. If the product is the dye color, clean and start the technique, until the final result.

4. Baby oil

With your fingers, apply a generous layer on patches of oil for babies. Leave on overnight and wash the area with warm water and soap to wake up.

5. Hair Gel

With a swab, apply hair gel throughout the region stains, rubbing in a circular motion. If necessary, wash and start the procedure until the stain has disappeared.

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6. Vinegar

Make a mixture of equal parts of water and vinegar and apply to the stained area with the help of a cotton. Rub in a circular motion until the stain is completely removed. If you do not give results, try to concentrate the mixture with vinegar and repeat the process.

7. Cigarette ashes

Amazingly, the cigarette ash are very helpful in removing the dye stains. Moisten a cotton in the ashes and rub in the region. To avoid the strong smell of cigarette ashes book about two days before coloring in an open container, and add a little talc.

8. Sweetener

Similarly to the above mentioned, the idea is to soak a cotton in the product and rub the area until the stain skirt, repeating the process if necessary. It is important to remember to wash your skin then avoiding waste.

How to avoid ink stains on the skin

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Another solution to ensure a good clean and without traces of hair dye skin is adopting procedures prior to staining, in order to protect the skin to receive the pigmentation. Always use gloves and support a towel on his shoulders and necks, thus preventing the ink on these regions.

According to Nice, apply protective gels, creams, conditioners and ointments traditonal in the region that may be affected creates a kind of barrier between the dye and the skin and prevent the adhesion of stains. In addition, the professional also suggests: "wash the area with shampoo antirresíduo facilitates the removal of excess ink."

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Caprice in protecting your skin before starting the wire staining procedure. Spotting, follow the tips and guaranteeing skin without unwanted blemishes!