How To Remove Glue From Hair

It is not often that glue gets stuck on someone’s hair but it does happen. Although accidents like glue on the hair are not uncommon among children, they do not occur as often when it comes to grown men. You may need to remove it if you have had extensions, since these require it to attach the extra length of hair to your hair. When accidents like these glue on hair, however, it is best to know the basic steps of safe removal of it from hair, especially hair that has been cut and styled to perfection.

Best Products for Removing Glue from Hair

For those who prefer to use natural products when it comes to removing glue from hair, the best options would be olive oil or peanut butter. Olive oil is one of the most effective yet most inexpensive ways to get it and other junk out of the hair. It is best to combine oil with water before applying it on the hair. Let the oil sit for 20 minutes before rinsing out with mild soap and water. Peanut butter is a good alternative if you do not have olive oil in the house. The oil in the mixture can do the job as well and is often the most convenient to use.

Glue Removal Creams

There are a variety of glue removal creams. These creams are designed to work for professional hair bonds, the special type of glue used by hairstylists to attach hair extensions. Because they are not your usual glue they may be harder to remove using olive oil. Follow manufacturer’s instructions strictly to avoid any reactions on your scalp. It is also a good idea to massage conditioner on your scalp before application of these creams. The conditioner can act as a barrier between your skin and the product and prevent any reactions from occurring.

One of the most popular glue removal products in the market today is the Sally Fusion Hair Glue Remover. This product is formulated for glue applied to connect hair extensions or glue used for strand by strand application.

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The good thing about removing it from hair is that men’s hair is often short, so you need to work with only a short amount of hair. This usually takes far less time compared to longer hair. It is important to note that you must rinse the oil out completely especially if you are using grease or peanut butter to remove any traces of odor from the hair.

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