When hair color, especially permanent colour, spills, it can leave lasting stains. Quick action is required to remove hair dye from plastic eyeglass frames, although if the stain is old, you may still be able to remove it. The same goes for leather jackets and other items made of leather or vinyl.
Hair dye contains colors that are similar to those found in paint, and so they will stick to glass if they come into contact with each other. This can happen when hair dye spills on the floor or window sill and then is applied to your hair. The window must be kept closed while your hair is being dyed for this reason.
Once hair dye has stained your glasses, there is no removing the color completely. But you can minimize its appearance by cleaning them right away after washing your hair. Use a mild glass cleaner and a soft cloth to get the lenses as clean as possible. Don't use paper towels or you might have to throw out your glasses.
Accidents happen while dyeing your beautiful locks, and hair dye is one of the most difficult stains to remove from clothes. The best strategy is to avoid staining in the first place. While applying hair color, cover your garments with a cape created from an old towel and secured with a safety pin or binder clip. If you do stain something vital like a white shirt, use a mixture of equal parts water and vinegar to remove the dye.
Permanent hair dyes contain chemicals that can leave residues on fabrics and colors which over time may become visible. If this happens then treat the stained area with a mixture of cold water and vinegar (or lemon juice) and rinse well.
Hair dye contains chemicals that can damage skin, so if you are planning to wear your dyed clothing next to your scalp be sure to wash both properly. Also, if you have colored hair, make sure to not get any of the dye on your teeth because it will taste terrible and could cause serious problems for your mouth.
Hair dye also contains ammonia, which is a chemical that can ruin furniture fabric. To protect your furniture try using spray paint remover on affected areas.
Ammonia is very toxic if inhaled or ingested. It has a strong smell that will alert you if someone has spilled it. Ammonia can burn your eyes if they are exposed to its vapors for long periods of time.
Hair dyes can cause irritation, pink eyes, watery eyes, and even conjunctivitis if they get into your eyes by accident. These effects are mostly due to the chemicals used in hair dyes. They include ammonia, hydrogen peroxide, aniline, and para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA). The colors of some dyes may also irritate skin tones other than white or black. Before you dye your hair, read the labels carefully and follow all instructions provided. This will help avoid any possible eye problems.
If you have already dyed your hair without reading the label first, don't worry about it. The effects are minor and usually go away within a few days. If you have pink eyes, red eyes, or dry mouth after using a hair color, see a doctor immediately. These symptoms may be signs of a more serious medical problem.
Hair dye is not just for blondes. There are many different colors to choose from when styling your hair. Whether you want to cover gray hairs or simply change up your look, hair dye is a great option for adding variety to your hairstyle choices. However, like anything else you use on your body, hair dye can have negative effects if it's not done properly.