How To Safely Remove Holi Colors From Face, Neck And Other Body Parts
Stop hiding at home and watching your neighbors and besties peek-a-boo play at the festival of colors because we’re here to help you learn more about how to remove holi colors.
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How to get rid of Holi color on the face
Holi, the festival of colors is an amazing festival, and we keep talking about indulging in a splash of color in fashion, and fashion is life, right? So stop staying indoors from this year and play the festival with total joy, using our tips for getting rid of Holi colors on the face, neck and other parts of the body. Read up on PYTs and share this article on how to remove Holi colors, with family and friends who stay away from the colorful affair and splash.
1. Wash and rinse with cold water
The biggest mistake made is using lukewarm or hot water for bathing after a color scheme. Stop doing that. Before you indulge in the game, we would like you to apply spoonfuls of cold cream liberally to your skin, then wait an hour. You can also use coconut oil and wait too. What this would do is form a protective layer over the skin of the color thrown at you. After the color scheme is complete, use cold water, not hot water, to wash. Hot water solidifies the intensity of the color, while cold water lowers the intensity.
2. Besan pack for the skin
We would like you to mix a cup of besan with half a cup of curd and a tablespoon of essential oil. Make it into a paste and apply it liberally to your skin. Wait ten minutes before gently rinsing the pack off, using facial cleanser and water. After the cleansing is complete, you can further hydrate the skin with cold coconut oil applied to the washed skin. Wait another ten minutes for the oil to penetrate the colored areas before washing it off. For the final rinse, mix half a cup of lemon juice with half a cup of rose water and rub the skin with it. Finally rinse with cold water.
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3. Amchur powder to the rescue
Half a cup of amchour powder should be mixed with water and applied as a packet to the face and neck. This is for OILY SKIN TYPES only. Wait half an hour and then wash it off in circular motions. Excessive use of amchour powder can lead to dehydration of the skin, if this happens, you can follow the coconut oil massage an hour later to restore hydration levels and balance skin texture .
4. Use Fuller’s Earth
Fuller’s earth or Multani mitti is an amazing way to remove color from the skin. Half a cup of Multani mitti soaked for an hour with four tablespoons of curd and applied to the face and neck can help you remove stubborn tones and undertones. Gently rub with cold water when the pack dries. This is a pack for VERY OILY SKIN to COMBINATION SKIN only.
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5. Half a tablespoon of glycerin
For very SENSITIVE SKIN types that itch and flake, you can undo it with a good dose of glycerin potion applied to the colored area. Mix half a tablespoon of glycerin in a cup of rose water and apply the potion to the face and colored parts of the body. Wait an hour, then rinse with water.
6. Use a cleansing milk solution
Always choose cleansers that contain aloe vera and lemon, as the potion would be very effective in removing stubborn colors. Here is how to get rid of holi color on the face, neck and forehead; choosing antiseptic creams and cleansers for this purpose would be the best thing to do.
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7. Methi Paste to remove scalp colors
Let’s not ignore the scalp as this part would also be washed with organic holi colors. Make a paste of methi seeds to fill a tablespoon in which a teaspoon of lime should be introduced. Apply the paste to the scalp and wait ten minutes. Wash under cold water and pat dry. Methi seeds also help remove dandruff and promote hair growth!
Use these proven ideas and wash off the holi colors as well. We hope you have a happy and fashionable holiday this year!
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