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  • Prepare Yourself for Holi Colours

    March brings in a whiff of blooming colours. It is that time of the year when we all will see the mash of red, yellow, green, blue and endless colours around us. While some will try to run away from them, others will joyfully play and get dirty; but, there is no escaping it.How to Throw an Exciting Holi Party at Home:

    1. Dress to have fun

    To enjoy the festival thoroughly, it is most important to dress right for it. Pick a loose salwar-kameez in light colours like white or beige. Covering your body completely will prevent any direct contact with colours or any chemicals in them. While the light colours will show off the vibrancy of Holi colours effectively, but you must be careful as they tend to get translucent after getting wet.

    2. Let your hair down

    There is no way to prevent your hair from getting wet or coloured in this frenzy. But, what you can do is shampoo and condition them well on the day of the festival. This must be followed by an oil massage and then you must tie them up into a bun. This will ensure that the scalp and hair do not catch the colours too easily. In case of short hair, apply hair gel.

    3. Show love for your body

    Start the day with oiling your body in the morning with olive or coconut oil. Also, apply a thick layer of sunscreen on your face and body.

    4. Nail

    Drench your cuticles in olive oil so your nails do not soak up any colours. Then, use a thick coat of nail paint on the nails and put Vaseline under the nail edges.

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    Preparing yourself for Holi colors can be fun and practical. Here are some tips to get ready:
    1. Clothing: Wear old clothes that you don't mind getting stained with colors. Light-colored clothes are traditional, as they show off the vibrant colors best.
    2. Skin Protection: Apply a layer of coconut oil, moisturizer, or sunscreen on your exposed skin. This helps create a barrier between your skin and the colors, making it easier to wash off later.
    3. Hair Care: Oil your hair generously with coconut oil or any other hair oil. This helps in protecting your hair from dryness and makes it easier to wash out colors later.
    4. Eye Care: Wear sunglasses or protective eyewear to shield your eyes from color powder. This prevents irritation and keeps your eyes safe.
    5. Nail Care: Apply a thick coat of dark-colored nail polish to protect your nails from getting stained by the colors.
    6. Preparation for Cleanup: Keep a set of spare clothes and towels handy for after the celebrations. Have plenty of water and mild soap ready to wash off the colors gently without harsh scrubbing.
    7. Mindset: Get into the festive spirit! Holi is all about joy and celebration, so embrace the colors and enjoy the festivities with friends and family.
    Neha Rani
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    • #3
      Preparing yourself for Holi, especially with colors involved, can be a fun and festive experience. Here are some tips to ensure you have an enjoyable and safe celebration:
      1. Clothing Choice: Wear old, comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting stained with colors. White is a traditional choice as it shows off the colors beautifully.
      2. Oil Your Skin and Hair: Before heading out to play Holi, apply a generous amount of coconut oil, olive oil, or any non-mineral oil to your exposed skin and hair. This will help in easy removal of colors later and also provide a protective barrier.
      3. Protective Eyewear: Consider wearing sunglasses or swimming goggles to protect your eyes from color powders. This will prevent irritation and make sure colors don't get into your eyes.
      4. Nail Care: Apply a coat of nail polish on your fingernails to prevent them from staining. This will make cleaning up easier post-celebration.
      5. Hydration: Drink plenty of water before and during the festivities to stay hydrated, especially if you're playing under the sun.
      6. Avoid Synthetic Colors: Opt for natural and organic colors made from flowers or herbal extracts. These are gentler on the skin and easier to wash off.
      7. Post-Holi Skincare: After playing, use mild soap and lukewarm water to gently wash off the colors. Avoid scrubbing vigorously, as this can irritate the skin. Apply a moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated.
      8. Protect Your Electronics: If you're carrying your phone or camera, make sure to keep them in waterproof pouches or secure them in a safe, dry place to avoid damage from water or colors.
      9. Respect Others: While celebrating, respect others' boundaries and avoid forcing colors on anyone who prefers not to participate.
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