Five simple tips to remove any kind of Holi colour



Holi is the festival of colours. Earlier this festival used to be celebrated with natural colours, but nowadays the colours that are being sold in
the market are synthetic colours, which have harmful chemicals in them.
Because of this, these colours don’t come off easily and remain stuck to
your skin for several days. This spoils and damages ones skin.


Although people adopt different ways to remove colours from their bodies, but today we will give some special tips, which will remove the colours from your skin easily.

Click on this slide show to know these methods….




Besan and curds

To remove colours from your hair keep a mixture of curds and besan in aawla (aawla has to be soaked in water one night before) and wash your head with it. After this shampoo your hair. The colour from hair will easily come out.



Banana and milk


Make a paste of banana and milk. Now add some honey into it and mix well. Apply this mixture on your head and leave it till it goes dry. This will easily remove colour from your hair.



Fenugreek (Methi) seeds

Mix fenugreek seeds in curds and keep it overnight. Apply this mixture on your head and leave it for half hour. After washing it, shampoo your
hair. The colour will come out easily.




Multani Mitti

Use this mitti on your face and keep it till it gets dry. It really helps in removing colours. You can also apply the paste of lemon juice and
curds on your skin and then wash it after 20 minutes. This will help in
removing strong colours.





Besan and cream

Mik besan, oil and cream (malai) and make a paste of it. Apply it on your skin and wash if after it gets dry.

Always remember to apply coconut or mustard oil before playing holi. It helps in removing colours from your body and head later.



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Comment by LALIT KUMAR S. PAWAR on March 15, 2014 at 1:38pm

useful tips...

Comment by Zahoor Ahmed on March 21, 2014 at 6:12am

one should not use the harmful colors- they take away the fun and frolic of Holi Any ay, belated best wishes for Holi!

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