The celebration of colors will soon arrive. The festival of colors will once again be held this year with great excitement. People will play with colours, throw water balloons at one another, they will indulge themselves for mouth-watering items and trying thandai or chilled malai sharbat will also be part of the celebration. Playing holi is a wonderful experience but at the same time protection measures are required for harmless festive pleasure.
Here are a few things that you should keep in mind:
- Before you leave to play Holi, make sure to oil your hair adequately.
- Employ only natural and organic handmade colors.
- To keep your energy levels up, stay hydrated and drink plenty of water.
- To protect your skin, use sunscreen on your face and arms too.
- Use dry Holi colors to conserve water.
- To provide your skin with the most protection, wear full-length and long-sleeved clothing.
- To keep your nails from staining, paint them.
- To get rid of the extra color from your face, use cleaning milk or coconut oil.
- Prepare a first aid pack and an emergency contact list.
Here are some things you should stay away from:
- Don't play with eggs or mud during the Holi celebrations.
- Avoid drinking
- Avoid using metallic and blue and green hues.
- Keep household plants, animals, and pets color-free.
- Keep children away from intense colors that can cause skin allergies.
- Never use kerosene to remove makeup or color from your skin or face.
- Throwing water balloons should be avoided since they might be dangerous.
- While your hands are colored, avoid using them to eat.
- Avoid overeating because it can cause digestive problems.