While applying hair dye to your locks, it might often spread on your skin. Hairline, ears, and neck are quite susceptible to get colored as you brush the dye in your strands. By the time you finish your hair coloring job, the color has stayed for a long time on your skin. When you try to get the dye off your skin, it is late and just a cotton soaked in water can't help you in this task. Even if you clear the color, it is sure to leave behind a dark stain on your skin. Even after washing off your locks and styling them, this colored skin can stop you from stepping out. So, what do you do? Well, don't panic, as getting the dye off is quite easy. Mentioned here are a few remedies that you can try.