Holi signifies the celebration of the symbolic victory of good over evil. Though Holi is a Hindu religious festival, it has become popular among non-Hindus in many places even outside India. It is one of the most colourful and vibrant festivals, while the bhang and gujiyas, the singing and dancing, the mischief and drenching in colors are great fun.
Read the following tips:
- Protect your Face
Apply turmeric on your face before you leave outside for Holi celebration, it will really protect your face from the colours as it will work as a shield on your face, which will keep you pretty like before.
- Hair and Body
Like you take care of your face, you should also take care of your hair and body by applying oil throughout your hair and moisturize your exposed body parts, which will help a lot.
- Choice of Cloths
During Holi you try an avoid wearing white or light colour clothes because it will make you see through, so better wear a darker colour during holi.
- Be mild for self
Avoid using harsh soaps and shampoo to get rid of the colour. Use a mild soap for your skin and baby shampoo followed by conditioner for your hair.
If you have kids around, you can’t skip their pre-excitement so be ready with umbrella and protect your eyes with Sunglasses.
- Balam Pichkari – Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
- Hori Khele Raghuveera – Baghban
- Aaj Na chodenge bas humjoli khelenge hum holi – Kati Patang
- Holi aaye re kanhayee – Mother India
Be Prepared for the festival with splash of balloons and colours, because Bura Na Mano Holi hai !
Wishing you all a very colourful, safe and healthy Holi.