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Happy Holi in advance Guys!!!!! The festival that we all have been waiting for is just round the corner!! It brings loads of joy, Gujiyas and Bhang! He he 😀 😀 I just love Maa ke hath ke Gujiyas!!


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HOLI is a festival of Colors & Love! People spend the day smearing colored powder and throwing colored water at each other. You just can’t avoid such beautiful colors, parties and fun! Can you?, Everyone loves watching those colorful happy faces but end of the day, we are left with dirty nails, messed up skin, rough hair and many break outs!

Don’t worry! Below are some useful tips for before and after Holi that will help you protect your hair and skin from the colors.

Read on and thank me later : 😀 😀


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  • It is always advisable to play Holi with natural/ herbal or homemade colors like you can make a yellow color by mixing Turmeric powder and corn flour. Else buy colors from good brands with all natural ingredients.
  • Say No – No any kind of beauty treatment such as facial, bleaching, waxing before Holi because these procedures leave the skin pores open which is absolutely harmful for your skin. Why? During Holi, all the colors can easily seep into your pores.
  • Make sure you wear something that covers your body as much as possible so that there will be less of skin exposed. So, less area to remove color from!!
  • The strong chemicals in the colors leave your skin dry, so a thick application of moisturizer on your skin (entire body) is very important before you leave to play Holi. Pamper your skin with loads of moisturizer (Coconut based moisturizers are excellent for your skin) or coconut. This will help you in protecting from the immediate effect of harmful chemicals of colors. Also, this will help in removing color from your skin more easily. You can use a thick layer of petroleum jelly as well.
  • Do not forget to apply sunscreen lotion before you step out to play Holi. Also, take care of your Lips by applying plenty of lip balm (preferably the one contains SPF) before joining the play of colors.
  • Trim your hands and feet nails properly and paint them with any dark nail polish. Don’t forget to put petroleum jelly around the cuticles. Remove nail polish once you are home. This will not let any color residue on your nails.


  • Take a quick bath so that the colors come off from your skin easily. Do not take a bath in hot water, as this will make your skin drier. Bath in lukewarm water is recommended. After bath, make sure to apply plenty of moisturizer to prevent the skin from dryness.
  • Wash your face with face wash to wash off the colors from your face and then apply some Aloe Vera gel on your face, which will relax your skin from any harsh effects of chemicals in the color.
  • Do not panic, if some colors do not come out. The color will fade away with each wash.
  • You can rub some coconut or olive oil on your skin to get rid of dry colors. For wet colors, you can rub lemon slices over your skin. Whatever method you use, make sure to apply plenty of moisturizer after wash to prevent your skin from any kind of irritation or dryness.
  • Never rub your face vigorously with soap, as it will make your skin absolutely dry. Instead use a cleansing milk or mild face wash to remove the color from your face.



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  • Make sure you tie up your hair while playing Holi as open hair tends to tangle and damage your hair even more. Holi means more fun!! Don’t go for any boring hairstyles rather make some stylish hairstyle like side braid, high bun.
  • To protect your hair from the chemicals of colors and harsh water, massage your hair with loads of coconut oil before you play Holi. The coconut oil acts as a barrier and prevents colors from coming in direct contact with your hair & its roots. That means less hair damages.
  • You can also wear any cap or turban to protect your hair from direct contact of colors.


  • Firstly, wash your hair with plain tepid water so that most of the color comes off. You can shampoo your hair with mild shampoo afterwards. Don’t worry, if you still see color in your scalp. Do not wash your hair again and again as it will make your hair drier. The color will fade day by day.
  • If your hair become dry, apply plenty of Coconut oil and leave it like that for overnight. Wash your hair next morning with a mild shampoo. The coconut oil is very light that a single wash with shampoo will remove all the colors from your hair. You may also condition your hair after shampoo.

Don’t wear contact lenses rather wear Specs. You can also use goggles to protect your eyes.

Hope you found this post helpful. Please share it with others.

Once again, Happy Holi to you and your family!

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May God spray colors of success and prosperity over you and your family!!

Play safe!!

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  1. Playing Holi is so much fun but it comes with a responsibility to make sure you keep your hair and skin safe. Even if the colors be mild or harsh on your skin and scalp, there are typical approaches to keep both these exposed areas of your body protected. To do so you must be ready for pre and post Holi tips for skin and hair. Prevent your skin and hair from the damage of Holi colors.

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