If your or your child accidentally or intentionally got permanent marker in your hair it can be a chore to remove. This is a guide about removing permanent marker from hair.
How do you get purple Sharpie out of your hair? I have tried alcohol already.
You can try a small amount of dawn dish washing soap and warm water.
My daughter created highlights in her hair with a red permanent marker, how can I remove it?
Cuscus from Winchester ON
You can use coconut oil! :) Just saturate and wipe down the hair piece with coconut oil, then wash that area with shampoo.
I put Crayola permanent marker in my hair. How do I get it out?
I have Sharpie in my hair. How do I get it out?
Alisha from Elma, WA
I put sharpie in my hair[my hair is brown] and after a couple of washes with shampoo it will come out. It just seems to get all over your towel.
Can you get red Sharpie out of brown hair? It's been in for a while now, but I want it to come out now! What should I do?
My friend said she wanted to color my black hair with a silver Sharpie. It's been in a day; I think I got one side of it out, but there is still some in. How do I remove it?
By Mercedes M.
Keep shampooing daily and it will eventually be gone. ;-)
Can someone suggest anything for removing permanent purple ink from bleach blond hair? A friend of mine who has waste length hair, picked up a marker to hold her hair up in a bun... Unbeknownced to her the cap came off and leaked a nice big extremely conspicuous blotch of ink in the middle of her hair. She tried washing it out with shampoo but it didnt have any impact on the stain.
Stephanie from Tustin, CA
Lemon juice might help. Section off that strip. and then use old cloth with hair sandwiched in between and blot like. Call a local beautician also. (10/08/2005)
The only thing I know that will definitely take it out is nail polish remover. But, I don't know if this will damage her hair. (10/10/2005)
Try isopropyl alchohol 99%. I removed sharpie black permanent marker from white leather shoes with this. Good Luck. (10/30/2005)
Nail polish remover will work, but must be the kind WITH acetone. Good luck! (04/27/2006)
The same thing happened to me I used nail polish remover and immediately washed it out with cold water this seemed to get it out almost immediately. (11/06/2006)