So there are two groups during Holi- one filled with enthusiasts and other who lock themselves and are “allergic” to the colors. And don’t you think the enthusiasts have more fun when they drag down the allergic ones? You get irritated and then have no option left but to enjoy. Your irritation level hits back when you try to remove color from your body and hair. So, to save you some time, skin and hair, we get you some post and pre-Holi tips.
Keep yourself hydrated foremost. Keep drinking water/mocktails/juices to keep yourself away from dehydration.
While we play it feels nice to know we’re looking good with colored hair flying and stuff but it’s torturous when we realise while bathing that the color is acting totally like your bad ex- gone but left you with ugly marks behind!
Apply oils like jojoba, olive or coconut oil and tie it up neat. Colors tend to damage and get soaked up on dry scalp. Don’t let loose your hair- prone to be damaged more. Also, tie up a scarf to expose less of hair.
Apply light oil or waterproof SPF moisturizer to protect from sun tan and to get rid of color easily. Wear a full sleeves shirt and full-length trousers! You’ll save time and energy while bathing. Apply Vaseline on your finger tips, inside nails, lips and behind ears- grease or moisturising element prevents skin from absorbing stubborn colors.
In case you miss out on following our pre-Holi tips, don’t fret! We got some post-Holi tips to remember this colorful festival only for good memories.
Apply a paste of olive oil and honey with few drops of lemon on your hair. Leave this paste for 30 mins and wash it off with a mild shampoo and warm water. This will act as a nourishing pack.
To remove colors and bring back your skin to original self, apply a paste of lemon juice with curd and apply on the areas with colors, followed by a bath with luke-warm water.
Let us know if you find these tips helpful in the comments below. 🙂
Have a happy and safe Holi everyone! #HappyShopping