I’m a hairstylist & have the best way of removing bleach stains from black clothes WITHOUT dying the whole item | The Sun

A HAIRSTYLIST has taken to TikTok to reveal the easy way she covers up stains on her black clothes – and people can’t believe they didn’t think of it before. 

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 get rid of stains and marks on her clothes. 

She said: “See that? See that? Do you know what that is? 

“It’s the joys of being a hairdresser wearing black. 

“If we wore white, we’d be covered in dark tint, right? 

“But we wear black because we don’t get covered in bleach just as much, but we do still get covered in bleach. 

“And look, lovely orange patches. 

“Now I love this top and I’m not going to go and buy myself some Dylon Fabric Dye as it’s too messy, I can’t be bothered with that. 

“I’m going to show you my little trick. I basically use black hair dye.” 

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During the one-and-a-half-minute video, Lisa reveals how she applies the dye to cover up the discoloured patches on her t-shirt. 

She continued: “So literally a tiny bit of hair dye with a wee bit of oxidant. I’m going to mix it together and apply it. 

“Basically I just take a little bit of hair dye and literally just dab it on just there where the orange patches are. 

“I’ve got a black bra on underneath so it doesn’t matter. 

“I would normally take my top off and do this on a piece of paper, on a table somewhere.” 

She added: “There we go, I’m all dobbied up. 

“So I just need to be careful for the next 15 to 20 minutes till it dries in, and yeah once it’s dry then it’s fine. 

“I’ll just chuck it in a dark wash today and that’s it. All these patches will be gone.” 

Fans loved Lisa’s quick and easy hack, with the video gaining 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 binned over the years!?!?”

Another joked: “I’ll be booking an appointment at my hairdresser to get all my bleached clothes fixed.” 

Others shared their own ideas, with one writing: “Black sharpie is your friend, just colour in.”

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Another said: “Black whiteboard pens work even better than sharpies. Just saying.”

A third wrote: “Hair spray right away.”

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