Tips for safe Holi- Happy Holi

Holi is a festival of colors and joy. Holi is celebrated with family and friends with full excitement in India. People are throwing colors on others and drink Bhang, dance like crazy and sweets and snacks and sing special holi song with all. Children are very much excited for Holi. They buy pichkari, different colors, and balloons for this occasion. Children are waiting for playing Holi with heart.

Playing Holi is a full fun but don’t spoil your mood with certain unwanted things. Here are few tips which can help you to get rid of certain unwanted things.

  1. Oil your hair before going out to play Holi

Colors are very bad for hairs and skin. It will dry your hair and remove natural oil from hairs. Oil your hair before playing Holi. Oil will create a layer between your hair and color.

  1. Apply Cream on Body

Skin is very important for all of us. Colors are very harsh for the skin. It will create dryness in skin. Apply cream on your body before going out for Holi.

  1. Protect your eyes

Protect your eyes from colors. Colors are very harmful to eyes. It will irritate your eyes and create redness in your eyes. Wear sunglass before playing Holi.

  1. Clothes are important

Colors are very harsh for the skin. It will create irritation on your skin. Some people get rashes on the skin. It’s important to cover your all body before going out for playing Holi. Wear full sleeves clothes. Try to cover yourself from top to bottom.

  1. Color

Try to use high-quality colors only. Colors can be bad for your skin, hair, and eyes. Especially, Children can be harm from colors. Try to use organic colors only. Gel-based colors are a better option for this.

Immediately take a bath with lukewarm water using a mild shampoo as well as a gentle face and body cleanser. Make sure to use a good conditioner on the lower half of the hair length immediately after shampooing. After the bath, apply a generous amount of skin healing cream or a soft moisturizer all over the body to help the skin heal.

also read – Celebration of Holi- Stories behind Holi

 

 

 

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