Holi is no fun without colours but getting rid of these colours is another pesky job. Remember the last time you went out post Holi with that pink face that wasn’t blush but the left out hues of Holi instead. You can attempt the following tips to remove Holi colours and neaten your face.

Pre-Holi Caution

1. Apply moisturizer or even better if you coat yourself with coconut Oil which will act as a protective layer for your skin before commencing your Holi fun.

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2. For guys, get a bearded look this Holi which is in too and it will get a whole lot easy for you to remove colour as your beard will not let the colours to penetrate your skin.

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3. Oiling your hair before playing Holi will prevent the harmful colours from settling down.

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4. Opt to wear full sleeves to give less exposure to your skin complementing it with full jeans unlike hers.

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5. Girls, paint your nails with nude shade or any to avoid getting Holi colour as your nail art.

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Post-Holi Care

1. If you are stuck with the stubborn colors you can re-apply oil over your body before taking bath. It will aid removing your colour faster.

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2. Do not prefer hot water bath as it hardens the colour and makes it difficult to get rid of.

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3. To remove colour from your hair, soak some fenugreek seeds in 4 tbsp curd over night. Apply this mix to your hair and leave it on for 20-30 minutes. Rinse it off with a mild shampoo. Fenugreek seeds maintain the natural colour of your hair while curd acts as a natural conditioner.

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4. For your face, make a pack of 2 tbsp gram flour (besan), curd to make a paste with a pinch of turmeric since its antibiotic property will protect from after effect of harsh chemicals in colours.

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5. Don’t wash your face over and over again with facewash as it will extract moisture from your skin leaving it dry. Even then if it is dry, apply the mix of ¼ tsp glycerine and ¼ tsp rose water on your face which will nourish your skin and help remove the left colour if any.

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So, go, enjoy and play safe with no flinch from colours, colours of life!

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