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Removing Dye from Skin

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I am a beautician and do eye tinting. I would like to know what you can recommend to remove dye from skin?

By Ronel


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September 19, 20110 found this helpful

Do you mean eyebrow tinting? Having been a hairstylist for 35 years I always applied the tint with a Q-tip and tried not to allow the tint to touch the skin as much as possible. Remove the tint with a very damp piece of towel with a little squirt of shampoo on it and then if there is still any tint residue on the skin use Clairol Clean Touch. After that be sure to wipe well with a damp towel to remove any further chemical residue. Be sure to check with your state to find out if it's even legal for you to be tinting brows because it is illegal in some states.

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September 21, 20110 found this helpful

I'm wondering why you aren't wearing gloves. I'm also a beautician and would much rather work without gloves, but I find it necessary to keep my hands and nails looking decent. Gloves are a protection for both you and the client.

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September 30, 20110 found this helpful

I have had good luck with baby wipes and sometimes a little prevention beforehand with petroleum jelly.

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