out of someone's hair
out of (one's) hair
No longer pestering or annoying to one; not one's responsibility or burden any longer. I've gotten the kids out of my hair for a few hours so I can go and get a relaxing massage by myself. Once these auditors from the IRS are out of our hair, we can get back to business as usual.
out of someone's hairINFORMAL
If you get out of someone's hair, you stop getting in their way or interfering with what they are doing. Would you like me to get out of your hair and leave you alone? Once Jane is out of my hair, I'll be fine. Note: You can also say that you get or keep someone out of someone's hair. Just do me a favor, will you? Keep her out of my hair from now on. Compare with in your hair.