I’m a beauty fan and this £1 Primark buy instantly gets rid of hair dye stains – there’s no need for scrubbing | The Sun

IF the cost-of-living crisis has meant that you have resorted to dyeing your hair yourself at home, it’s highly likely that you will have a daunting clean up job on your hands any time soon. 

But if you need to safely remove hair dye from your face or want to ensure your bathroom doesn’t look like a toddler decorated it, we’ve got your clean-up needs covered.

And don’t worry, you won’t need to go out and splash the cash on expensive products to get a shift of it – with this hack, all you’ll need to do is head down to Primark and spend £1. 

According to a beauty fan named Briley, who posts on TikTok under the username @briley.x, she has a game-changing hack that removes stubborn hair dye stains from skin, without any scrubbing necessary. 

Briley uploaded her video with the caption ‘GAME CHANGER!!!’, as she demonstrated her quick and easy hack. 

She said: “I have just found the best thing to get hair dye off you – micellar water.

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“Literally just get a cloth, put some on”. 

Briley then rubs the micellar water soaked cloth over her hair dye coated skin and without using any force, it very quickly disappears.

She then tries it out on her hairline and again, it comes off with no scrubbing involved.

Briley continued: “That’s f***ing perfect.

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“Dream – what a dream”. 

Although you can use any micellar water for this hack, Briley uses the £1 Micellar Cleansing Water from Primark. 

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It is a Vitamin E and rose water mix that helps remove harsh hair dye stains, whilst gently cleansing the skin.

Briley’s video has clearly impressed many, as it has racked up a whopping 550.2k views.

It has 27.2k likes, 708 comments and 985 shares.

Beauty fans were thankful for the hack and took to the comments to express this. 

One person said: “Really!!!! I dye my hair black I can’t wait till I give this a try!! Thank you”.

Another added: “I have really long hair so I’m usually a mess after doing my hair!!! Need to try this”.

A third commented: “I do this anyway and it's the best”. 

One woman revealed: “Omg I'm a hairdresser why do I not know this”.

Meanwhile, TikTok users were left baffled as to how Briley was so covered in the hair dye in the first place.


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One TikTok user asked: “How on earth do you manage to get it all over like that lol loving the colour”.

Another questioned: “Briley man, why are you covered in it?”

Many other TikTok users also took to the comments to share their recommendations for removing tough hair dye stains.

Someone advised: “Baby wipes also are good”. 

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A second recommended: “Before dying your hair put a thin layer of Vaseline around the hairline and ears. wipes off straight away acts as a barrier!” 

A third revealed: “Or Body Shop camomile butter is good as well”.

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