No doubt you see Aliya Bhatt from Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya playing Holi, being so carefree? So, now you also want to dance like her on “tujhko banakar ke le jayenge” and other Holi songs. But fearful about your hair?
Well, while preparing Holi pakwans and gujiyas to feat this Holi, take these haircare steps to prevent your luscious look from damage. Because there is no need to mention how many chemicals are present in Holi colors. But no need to worry, as we have discussed some hair care tips that help you to prevent your hair from damage.
Here Are Some Best Tips:
Before Playing Holi Wash Your Hair:
For hydrating and moisturizing your hair, wash them with shampoo. After that, apply a sufficient amount of hydrating and nourishing conditioners and massage for some time. Then tie your hair in a ponytail and go to play with your favorite colors!
The shampoo and conditioner will work as a wall and will prevent your hair from damages.
Wash your hair with a nourishing shampoo to hydrate and moisturize them. Then apply an adequate amount of a nourishing and hydrating conditioner–but don’t wash it off. Tie up your hair in a bun and go out to enjoy the festival of colors!
The conditioner will act as a barrier and will protect your hair from damages.
Use Eco-friendly Colors:
Beauty experts recommend using Eco-friendly colors as they wash off easily and are chemical-free. Chemicals based colors prove harmful to hair as it makes hair more prone and delicate to damage. Also, they make the texture of your hair rough and dry.
But, if there are no organic colors, it is highly suggested that you wash your hair with warm water to get rid of the dry colors, dirt, and chemicals. Additionally, give some extra care to your hair and scalp.
Use a herbal shampoo on your hair, gently massage your scalp and hair, wait for 10 minutes and then wash with plain water. After that, apply a good conditioner that will allow replenishing the moisture and oil that are lost by the chemicals. For better results, you can also apply coconut oil and leave it a full night after Holi.
You can also use a hair masque or spray if there is too much damage.
Give Extra Care If You Get Chemical Treatment On Your Hair:
If you currently take chemical-based hair treatment as well as your hair is dry, you need to give extra care to your hairs during and after Holi.
It is essential to apply hair masks and don’t separate them from the hair while playing with colors. You can also use a good hair oil like olive oil or coconut oil to do a massage on the hair and scalp. Moreover, before going outside, tie your hair up in a ponytail. The oil keeps the hair hydrated and acts as a protective layer against harmful colors.
Holi is the festival of joy and fun with family and friends. So, don’t let your worries about hair damage spoil your Holi. Try these things and play a carefree and memorable Holi.