Bright colors, water spray and drop another with all possible nuances is one of the main reasons why so eagerly waiting for Holi every year.
Holi is a time of color and vitality. Holi is also a time of immense damage to your skin and hair. Colors play havoc and cause allergies for many.
The biggest culprit during Holi is harmful ingredients used in the colors. Most of us believe that colors Wash with soap or washing your face is enough to remove harmful chemicals. Unfortunately, this is not true, and you may end up with rashes, breakouts and other skin problems or hair tied.
Simple steps to take Holi colors safely:
Removing hair color:
Castor or olive oil:
Apply oil or castor oil or olive oil to your hair before going to play with colors.
Oil a protective layer is formed on the hair. This will make the colors come off easily when you wash your hair. If you do not have easy access to olive oil or castor oil, it is also possible to use coconut oil or almond oil as an alternative. And ‘better if the massage oil the night before because it also will help protect your scalp.
The egg yolk or cottage cheese:
Avoid washing your hair immediately after playing Holi.
Apply egg yolk or curd on the hair for at least 45 minutes before shampooing. This will help eliminate colors and reduce the extent of the damage.
Hair massage with mustard oil before using colors. After playing Holi, when the hair shampoo, apply mustard oil on the hair and leave in an hour. This will help eliminate the remaining color and prevent damage.
The application of coconut milk in your hair is another great way to ensure less damage. It also helps to easily remove colors. Apply coconut milk on your hair before playing. In addition, apply before shampooing and leave for an hour. Clean with a shampoo.
Removal of skin color:
Apply a generous amount of moisturizer on all exposed body parts hands, face and before going to play.
Dark nail polish:
Paint your nails with dark nail polish. This will prevent nails from staining. You can remove the nail painting after he finished playing with colors.
Apply base shortly before playing Holi. This will protect your skin from dry colors.
Apply Vaseline on the lips before going out to play. This will add the care needed moisture and lips. It will also prevent the color to settle in the cracks of the lips.
Use sunscreen at least 30 to 45 minutes before going outside to play with colors.
Take some ‘wheat flour and add a little’ oil or lemon. Make a paste and apply this entire skin, wash colors. Do this just before showering.
Tips to remember:
- Use cold water to remove color. The hot water will make it difficult to remove the colors.
- the face again and again as this makes it dry Do not wash.
- Dip cotton in coconut oil and use it to clean the face colors.
- Applying wet powder amchur also helps remove color.
- Avoid going for treatments of skin or hair, such as the face, bleach, hair color and how only after Holi. Wait at least one or two weeks before using chemicals or products on your skin and hair.
- Make a paste with cottage cheese and powdered methi seeds. Apply this on your hair as a mask for the hair after Holi. This will prevent hair damage and keep hair nourished.
Holi is a festival of color and fun, and by following these simple steps will ensure you have a safe and fun day with colors.
Get out, colorful and come back and tell us all about it. Happy Holi!