I’m a hairstylist & have the best way of removing bleach stains from black clothes WITHOUT dying the whole item
A HAIRSTYLIST shared on TikTok how easily she covers up stains on her black clothes – and people can’t believe they didn’t think of it beforehand.
Lisa, known online as @thecrowningstylistsrsh, regularly shares haircare tips and life updates with her 1,700 followers.
In a new video, the Sussex-based hairstylist explained how she uses black hair dye to remove stains and stains on her clothes.
She said, “See that? Do you see that? Do you know what that is?
“It’s the joy of being a barber who wears black.
“If we wore white, we’d be tinted dark, right?
“But we wear black because we don’t get as heavily covered in bleach, but we still get covered in bleach.
“And look, nice orange spots.
“Well I love this top and I’m not going to buy some Dylon fabric paint as it’s too messy I can’t bother with it.
“I’ll show you my little trick. I always use black hair dye.”
During the 1.5 minute video, Lisa reveals how she applies the paint to cover up the discolored areas on her t-shirt.
She continued, “So literally a tiny bit of hair dye with a little bit of oxidizer. I’ll mix it up and apply it.
“Basically, I just take some hair dye and literally just dab it on where the orange stains are.
“I’m wearing a black bra underneath, so it doesn’t matter.
“Normally I would take my top off and do that on a piece of paper somewhere on a table.”
She added: “Here we go, I’m exhausted.
“So I have to be careful for the next 15 to 20 minutes until it dries up and yes once it’s dry it’s fine.
“I’m just going to throw it in a dark wash today and that’s it. All those patches will be gone.”
Fans loved Lisa’s quick and easy hack, with the video garnering more than 8,200 likes and 281,000 views.
In the comments, her followers shared their reactions, with one writing: “No way!! The amount of black t-shirts I’ve thrown away over the years!?!?”
Another joked, “I’m going to make an appointment with my barber to get all my bleached clothes fixed.”
Others shared their own ideas, with one writing, “Black marker is your friend, just color in.”
Another said: “Black whiteboard pens work even better than sharpies. Just say.”
A third wrote: “Hairspray now.”
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