We hope all of you are enjoying the spring sunshine already. With the arrival of spring, we’re all set to welcome colors, prosperity, and happiness, in short, HOLI. The festival of colors and joy, Holi must be celebrated in its true form without any sort of stress and hassle. The only thing which we endure every year is the damage we do to our skin and hair. Let’s make a difference this year by following some rituals that you must follow this year to avoid all sort of negativity. Here’s the complete guide for pre and post Holi rituals.
Skincare- pre and post Holi Rituals
Apply a generous layer of moisturizer before stepping out. For that purpose, you can use olive oil, mustard oil or coconut oil. Apply a good amount of it on your face and body as it will prevent the color damage. Remember, most of the colors used for Holi are chemical based and can dry out your skin.
Tip- Try to use organic colors for playing Holi. The idea of a Safe Holi can add a lot to your happiness while ensuring factors like skin damage and pollution.
You’re surely going to stay out in sun, which means sun tanning is obvious. For that, you need to apply a good amount of sunscreen on your face and other body parts.
Tip- Try to wear full sleeves and cover your body as much you can in order to prevent tanning or sun damage.
Wear a bright nail paint that can prevent your nails from staining.
Haircare- pre and post Holi Rituals
Oil your hair generously to avoid any sort of damage through color. Do not keep your hair open while going out as that can damage your hair completely.
Tip- You can try braids or some trendy hairstyle or a simple updo.
Fashion Tips- pre and post Holi Rituals
Wear lighter clothes that can make you flexible, mobile and comfortable throughout the day.
Avoid sheer clothes as that can embarrass you when you’ll play Holi with water.
Use Sunglasses, they will not just look good on you but will also protect you from colors entering inside your eyes.
Post Holi Rituals
Use mild scrubs and face washes gently on your skin to remove color stains. Use besan, sesame oil or raw milk to remove color gently from your skin. Avoid abrasive methods to remove colors from your skin.
Moisturize your skin generously once you took a deep bath after removing all the colors. Avoid hot water bath while taking shower.
Use mild shampoo and conditioner to wash your hair.
With all these tips and tricks on pre and post Holi Rituals we all wish you a prosperous and joyful Holi this year.