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    I'm a cosmetology student, and today my friend and I decided to color part of my hair purple... Well, the color stained both of our hands really badly... and nothing seems to be taking it off, including the nostain stuff from Paul Mitchell and acetone (which one of our instructors told us to try...) Do any of you girls have any tips/tricks to remove the color from our hands? Im not even kidding, our hands are as bring purple as the color on my head. Lol

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    Default Re: Question for Cosmetologists...

    This sounds really gross but ashes work really good. I know when I was in school a lot of the students would use them to get color off their skin.

    I forget the name of the product that they use at my salon but it works really good. I would call and ask the name but everyone has left for the day.
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    Default Re: Question for Cosmetologists...

    Hmm, ashes? Like... cigarette ashes? Haha... Sorry, Im slow.

    Thanks for the help

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    Default Re: Question for Cosmetologists...

    Yeah, like cigarette ashes I guess. They used it and said it worked really well.
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    Default Re: Question for Cosmetologists...

    I would just guess in assuming that eventually after washing your hands and showering the color is going to fade away. I would have suggest acetone, because that removes everything! .. but I guess not in this case. Good luck!

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    Default Re: Question for Cosmetologists...

    Yup, I was gonna say Cig ashes too (but ZG beat me too it ). I thought my hair stylist was nuts when she told me this, but it works. Just a dab of shampoo and a pinch of ashes gets color off your skin. The carbon absorbs the color particles. I think.

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    Default Re: Question for Cosmetologists...

    Quote Originally Posted by Zombiegirl View Post
    This sounds really gross but ashes work really good. I know when I was in school a lot of the students would use them to get color off their skin.

    I forget the name of the product that they use at my salon but it works really good. I would call and ask the name but everyone has left for the day.
    Thanks ZG. I have never heard of using ashes before.

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