Jul 15, 2023
Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, is a joyous celebration that is eagerly awaited by people all over India. It is a time when friends and family come together to celebrate and have a good time.
While the festival is a lot of fun, it can also be damaging to your hair. The harsh chemicals in the colours, combined with the sun's UV rays, can leave your hair dry, brittle, and prone to breakage and hair fall. That's why it's important to take extra care of your hair during Holi.
Are you worried your hair fall and dry hair concerns will hinder your Holi celebrations? Then today’s blog is just what you need to get yourself Holi-ready with soft and shiny hair.
In today’s blog, we will share some tips and tricks for protecting your hair during Holi and keeping it healthy and shiny. From pre-Holi hair care to post-Holi hair care, we'll cover everything you need to know to keep your hair looking its best during this festive season. So, whether playing with colours or just soaking up the festive spirit, read on to discover how to take care of your hair during Holi.
Alternatively, you can use lightweight, mildly fragrant, and non-sticky hair oil, like the Parachute Advansed Jasmine Hair Oil, and apply it post-wash. The hair oil coats your dry hair and prevents excessive loss of moisture. In other words, it prevents your hair from becoming brittle and gives your hair a healthy and lustrous appearance.
Holi is a fun-filled festival but can take a toll on your hair. Thus, you must take extra care of your hair to prevent damage, breakage, and hair fall. With the right pre-Holi and post-Holi hair care tips, you can enjoy the festival without worrying about the harm it can cause to your hair.
Your hair care routine for Holi does not have to be too elaborate or complicated. For starters, you can follow the steps mentioned in today’s blog to get started. With these tips at your disposal, you can enjoy the festivities without worrying about damage to your hair.
Do you have any go-to hair care tips for Holi? Tell us how you will care for your smooth and shiny hair this festival season in the comments below!
While it is a personal choice, trichologists strongly recommend tying your hair in a tight bun, plait or braid before heading out to play with colours on Holi. Doing so will significantly reduce the damage caused to your hair and make washing off the colours easier for you.
Generally speaking, Holi colours contain chemicals that can damage your hair and cause problems such as hair fall, dry hair, roughness, and dullness. Usually, these are prolonged effects and the impact lasts for a long after the festival is over. The alternative? You can use natural colours and gulaal obtained from flowers and other natural elements, and take preventive measures, such as the ones listed in this blog, to reduce the damage caused to your hair by playing with colours.
Hi, I’m Srijita. I did my graduation in Computer Science from St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, and I’ve worked in the digital, entertainment and lifestyle industry for over four years. I am a firm believer in implementing sustainable and clean products in all aspects of life. As a skincare enthusiast, I like to explore naturally-obtained products.
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