We’re sharing our best tips on how to get spray paint out of hair so you can rock your new color with confidence!
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It happens to the best of us. You’re in a hurry, trying to get that perfect layer of paint on your project, and before you know it, you’ve got paint in your hair. Or maybe you were the one holding the can while your friend got creative and now you’ve both got paint in your hair. Don’t worry, we’re here to help. Read on for some tips on how to get spray paint out of hair.
What You’ll Need
The Removal Process
If you have gotten spray paint in your hair, don’t worry, it is not the end of the world and it can be removed relatively easily. The most important thing to do is act quickly and not let the paint dry in your hair. Once the paint dries, it will be much harder to remove.
There are a few different ways that you can remove spray paint from your hair, depending on how much paint is in your hair and how sensitive your scalp is. If you have a small amount of paint in your hair, you may be able to remove it with just shampoo and water. If you have a larger amount of paint in your hair or if your scalp is sensitive, you may need to use a stronger solvent such as acetone or nail polish remover.
To remove spray paint from your hair with shampoo and water, start by wetting your hair with warm water. Then, apply a generous amount of shampoo to your hair and massage it into your scalp. Rinse the shampoo out of your hair and repeat the process until all of the paint has been removed. If you find that the shampoo isn’t working, you can try adding a tablespoon of baking soda to it.
To remove spray paint from your hair with acetone or nail polish remover, start by wetting a cotton ball or pad with the solvent. Then, apply it to the affected area and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping it away. Repeat this process until all of the paint has been removed. Be sure to rinse your hair well afterwards to remove any residual chemicals.
The best way to prevent getting spray paint in your hair is to wear a hat or head covering while painting. If you don’t have a hat or head covering, make sure to keep your hair pulled back away from your face. If you do get spray paint in your hair, don’t panic! There are a few things you can do to try to remove it.
So there you have it! Three different methods for how to get spray paint out of hair, depending on what kind of paint you used and how long it’s been in your hair. We hope this helpful guide has saved your tresses!