How to get hair dye off your hands
Soap and water
First things first, try washing your hands with good old soap and water.
This should be your natural reaction when you notice a wet speck on your skin.
If you catch it before it dries, you should be okay.
If the dye has already stained your skin, you will have to try a different method.
Olive oil, baby oil, or an oil-based moisturiser– you name it, they all do the trick.
Most dyes will break down after meeting an oil-based product.
Apply the oil onto the stain with a cotton ball or pad and rub it in.
The dye should start to lift off the skin, and you can rinse it off with warm water.
Repeat the process if the dye is stubborn, this time letting the dye sit on the skin for longer.
If the dye is really stuck, try leaving it on over night. Place a towel under your body around the area.
Rinse it off in the morning with warm water and a cloth or flannel.