How to play safe Holi to protect your skin and hair

Holi!!! Yes, Holi 2016 coming up!! Full of colors!! A Time for Masti & Lots of Colours 🙂

Everyone love to celebrate this holi, you too right!! Are you planned how to celebrate holi in this year? Have prepared a list of things required to play holi? Well, but you need to change one thing in your plan. Guess what it is? No idea, okay I’ll tell you. Instead of planning for how to celebrate this year’s holi, look for how to play safe holi, because you need to protect your skin and hair right!!

How to play safe holi to protect your hair?

Some people go with natural way and uses herbal options without chemical mixed colors to celebrate holi, but some people uses eggs, grease and also the synthetic colors. While playing holi, there should be chances to use chemical products and we all spread these colors on others. At the time, we cover our body expect face and hair, so your face and hair should gets damage because of chemicals.

Therefore, you need to protect your skin and hair right!! Wondering about how to protect your skin and face? Then exactly this is the right place to obtain few tips for your search.

Tips to protect your Hair:

In order to care for your hair, you have to take precaution steps on before and after celebration of the holi festival. So, below are the tips which you have to do before and after of the big holi party.

Do before playing Holi:

  • Apply warmed coconut oil or mixture of caster and jojoba oil on your scalp and hair at the night of before the Holi day.
  • Take a towel and dip it with hot water. And cover your head and hair with the warmed towel for 30 minutes just a night before you planned for holi.
  • Is your scalp very sensitive? Then apply lemon juice on your scalp to protect your head.

Do after playing Holi:

  • After finishing the Holi 2016 celebration, wash your hair with normal water to remove the colors and again rinse off using your regular shampoo, but don’t wash more than one time at the same day.
  • Instead of that apply coconut oil and wash the hair with normal shampoo on the next day.
  • There are chances to lose your hair, so use Fenugreek (methi) seeds. Leave the small amount of fenugreek in water for a night. Then the next day, grind it well like a paste and apply on your scalp and let it dry for 15 minutes. After that, wash your hair with mild shampoo.

Tips to protect your skin:

Chemical in colors should affect your skin, so try the following tips to get rid of skin damages.

  • Drink plenty of water to enhance the hydration, because chemicals in colors should leads to dehydration.
  • If you feel any irritation on the skin, then clean that area with cold water and then use moisturizer.
  • Before moving to play holi, apply good qualified toner on your facial skin to avoid damages.
  • Remove colors on your face with dry hand, instead of washing with water, because it spreads even more if you rinse off with water.

Hence, try to enjoy the holi festival with natural colors, Organic Colour, Harbal Colors, otherwise follow the above mentioned tips to protect your hair and skin. Happy Holi!!

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Bollywood celebrities celebrated the festival of colours at the Zoom Holi party this year. Attended by Bollywood’s Baby Doll Sunny Leone and her husband.
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Accompanying Sunny Leone was her husband and producer Daniel Weber. Sunny Leone looked gorgeous in her white Anarkali dress with beautiful curly hair falling on her shoulders.

Bollywood celebrities celebrated the festival of colours at the Zoom Holi party this year. Attended by Bollywood’s Baby Doll Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber the party was a joyous event. Spotted at the party were Urvashi Rautela, Ganesh Acharya, Poonam Pandey, Rakhi Sawant, Sambhavna Seth, VJ Andy, Dolly Bindra amongst several television actors.

Holi 2016

When is Holi 2016

Thusday, March 24

Holi 2016 Date

Dol Purnima or Dol Jatra (Bengali: দোল যাত্রা) In Bengal Tripura and Odisha  Wednesday 23 March

Holi (होली) is a colourful and happy Hindu holiday celebrated primarily in India on the last full moon of the lunar month of Phalguna at the end of the winter season. … This large festival is celebrated in many cities and rural areas throughout India

Holi in 2016 will start on Wednesday, the 23rd of March and will continue for 2 days until Thursday, the 24th of March. Holi is celebrated on the Phalgun Purnima.

Holi is one of the important Indian festival, Holi also know as Festival of Colour.

As the short spring warms the scene, northern India cuts detached for a day of hijinx and general funniness.

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The celebration of Holi is commended on the day following the full moon in right on time March consistently.

Initially a celebration to commend great harvests and ripeness of the area, Holi is currently a typical commemoration of a legend from Hindu Mythology. The story revolves around a self-important lord who hates his child Prahlada revering Lord Vishnu. He endeavors to kill his child however comes up short each one time. At last, the lord’s sister Holika who is said to be insusceptible to smoldering, sits with the kid in an immense blaze. Be that as it may, the sovereign Prahlada rises unscathed, while his auntie blazes to death. Holi recognizes this occasion from mythology, and enormous campfires are blazed on the eve of Holi as its typical representation.
Holi 2016 with friends
This overflowing celebration is additionally connected with the interminable affection for Krishna and Radha, and consequently, Holi is spread in excess of 16 days in Vrindavan and also Mathura – the two urban communities with which Lord Krishna imparted a profound connection. Separated from the common fun with shaded powder and water, Holi is stamped by energetic parades which are joined by society tunes, moves and a general feeling of surrendered essentialness.

Today Holi 2016 is a reason for Indians to shed hindrances and station contrasts for a day of spring fever and Big Fun. Adolescents use the day being a tease and getting into mischief in the lanes, grown-ups amplify the hand of peace, and everybody pursues other people around, tossing splendidly colored powder (Gulal) and water over one another.

The celebration’s prelude starts on the night of the full moon. Campfires are lit on road corners to wash down the demeaner of wickedness spirits and terrible vibes, and to symbolize the decimation of the underhanded Holika, for whom the celebration was named. The accompanying morning, the boulevards load with individuals running, yelling, laughing and sprinkling. Weed based bhang and thandai add to the uninhibited climate.
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Instantly at twelve, the freakiness reaches an end and everybody heads to either the stream or the bathtub, then inside to unwind the day away and share of confections. Toward the evening a depleted and satisfied quiet falls over India. Despite the fact that Holi is watched everywhere throughout the north, its commended with uncommon euphoria and pizzazz at Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandgaon, and Barsnar. These towns once housed the awesome Krishna.

Every range praises Holi in an unexpected way; the Bhil tribesmen of western Madhya Pradesh, who’ve held a significant number of their prehindu traditions, celebrate holi in an one of a kind way. In rustic Maharashtra State, where the celebration is known as Rangapanchami it is commended with moving and singing. In the towns of Rajasthan particularly Jaisalmer the music’s extraordinary, and billows of pink, green, and turquoise powder fill the air. The grounds of Jaisalmer’s Mandir Palace are transformed into tumult, with moves, people tunes, and hued powder perplexity.

Celebrating The Holi Festival in the United States

Celebrating The Holi Festival in the United States

Holi Festival Celebrate in United States and Canada

This may be a holiday that not many people know about, but the Holi Festival is one of the most unique celebrations you can ever take part of. Celebrated in different parts of the globe, it is fast becoming a popular event in America, being held in different places from New York to California and just about every state in between. If you don’t know about this festival yet, then it’s time for you to know more about it — especially how it is celebrated in the United States.

What is the Holi Festival? Also known as the Spring Festival or the Festival of Colours, this is one of the most popular festivals in the Hindu religion. Tracing its origins in the Punjab region of India, this event got its name from “Holika,” a Hindu character who is immune from fire but got burned. This story, and in effect the celebration, is basically a reminder of how good triumphs over evil. It celebrates the start of spring and at the same time celebrates agriculture and the bountiful harvest that’s about to come. It is also celebrated as an occasion for renewing relationships and ending conflicts.
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There is no fixed date for the start of this event as it is celebrated to commemorate the end of winter and the entry of spring. Traditionally, the festival is held at the last full moon day of the Hindu lunar month Phalgun, which is usually in either late February or early March. The festival itself can last up to an average of 2 weeks. It is highly popular in India and other countries that practice Hinduism, and each place has their own unique way of celebrating this occasion.

In a nutshell, this is how the Holi Festival is celebrated. As it is considered a religious festival, it has its own set of cultural rituals. Days before the festival begins, wood and other combustible materials are gathered at a site where the bonfire will be created. Also, people stock up on both food and color pigments in their homes.

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On the eve of the festival, the bonfire is lighted, which signifies the triumph of good over evil. The morning after the bonfire, people start playing with colors using dyes and pigments. Usually prepared using natural plant-derived colors, these colors can be thrown to any person in sight. Music, food, and intoxicating drinks are also considered as part of the festivities.

The festival has proven to be so popular that it has spread to different parts of the globe, even in countries where Hinduism is not considered as a dominant religion. The Europeans, especially the British, were fascinated by this event and adapted it in their countries and colonies, including the United States. In these countries, this festival is mainly celebrated as a means to create social merriment and as a way to affirm and fix all kinds of relationships. Today, almost anyone can celebrate the Festival of Colours in the United States, with some adding their own unique twist to this colorful occasion.

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Holi Festival 2016 is becoming a global festival.

Holi in Russia

Russian Holi Mela (Festival of Colors) in St. Petersburg


Celebrating their holidays to the fullest is one of the things that Russians and Indians have in common. This year’s Holi celebration in Moscow makes a case in point.

The Indian community in Moscow started paying tribute to the festival of colours, Weekend two days after the official date of its celebration, March 24, 2016. The first celebratory events took place in the beginning of the month creating a stark contrast between snowy Moscow in March and the splendour of colours at the dance contest devoted to the celebration of Holi on March 26 at the Gubkin Cultural Centre.

Now the Indians longing to continue celebrating Holi are looking forward to an event on March 26, which is unofficially the main occasion marking the festival in the Russian capital. The highlight of the event is a dance contest at the House of Culture of the MAI Institute, a new home for the celebration of the festival in Moscow.
holi mela 2016Celebrating Holi in the Russian capital is not only a festive occasion, but like anything that involves the small Indian community, it is a chance to get to socialise and network. The event on March 26 is arranged by the Indian Business Alliance and is a good opportunity to discuss important topics in an informal atmosphere.

In just three years, the event has grown with its audience going up from 6,000 to 7,000 visitors and has become an increasingly anticipated event in the city’s festival calendar, among both the Indian and Russian communities.

The get-together will feature Indian music and dance programmes, arts and craft displays, and cultural workshops to go along with Indian food. The main attraction is the rang party where visitors get the opportunity to celebrate Holi the proper way, providing a powerful and visible depiction of equality and acceptance of cultural diversity.

Although some Indians feel that celebrating Holi in Moscow is quite the same as it is back home, they still perceive the holiday as something special and eagerly wait for it.
Holi in Moscow

Narendra R. Shrivastava, an Indian who has been living in Moscow for a long time, shares his plans for celebrating Holi in Moscow: “Here is a no difference in the way we celebrate Holi in India and in Russia. In Moscow there are few little of limitations due to differences in civic sensibilities and other limitations… Holi for me has always been an exciting festival which I always look forward to. I will be celebrating with my friends in Moscow. My family lives in India and this year because of professional commitments I will not be able to visit them during this Holi.”

While the magic of Holi in India can be replicated in Moscow, the celebrations in the Russian capital serve their true purpose and colourfully herald the spring.

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In general, the festival of colours Holi is traditionally celebrated by youth of India. It is believed that with the paint, which falls on the person celebrating during the festival, he also receives good wishes and positive thoughts in his address. Therefore, this festival is considered to be the most colourful and cheerful event.

All guests of the festival will hear loud live music, natural colour of Holi from India in unlimited quantities, happiness, carefree and fun. Participation is free; you need to take good mood only!

Holi 2016 The Festival of Colors

Holi 2016 The Festival of Colors all over the World

Wednesday, March 23 -Holi 2016

Holi is a festival of colors. It is an ancient Hindu religious festival which has become popular in India, Nepal and all around the World Countries like U.S, Canada, European Countries including Asian Counties as a Spring celebration of colors.
Date/s of Celebration: 22 Tuesday March 2016 to 24th Thusday March 2016
Holi is an important festival to Hindus. It is celebrated at the end of the Winter season which usually falls in March, sometimes in late February.
The festival has many purposes. First, it celebrates the beginning of the new season, Spring. Hindus believe it is a time of enjoying Spring’s abundant colors and saying good bye to winter.
Holi festivities mark the beginning of new year to many Hindus, as well as they reset and renew ruptured relationships and end conflicts from the past.
The night before Holi, bonfires will be lit. People will dance and sing around the fire. For the day of Holi, people will play, chase and color each other with dry powder and colored water.
At the end of the day, after having fun with coloring people all around the city. In the evening they will dress up nicely then visit their friends and family. It is a national holiday in India.
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Lafayette Holi will feature colors, a lot of colors, dry colors, wet colors, and all colors of colors. The color we will use is called “Gulal”. This particular variety is organic, made of food grade corn starch mixed with food coloring. The colors are non-hazardous.
Besides colors, the festival will have music and dance. Unlike Cajun festivals held in Girard Park, Lafayette Holi will feature Bollywood music and dancing. Be prepared to enact a “Grease” – like dancing to Bollywood tunes.
There will also be home-cooked Indian food sold at very modest prices. There will also be pizza, Kona-ice cream truck, and beer.
Holi in Germany Every time, the visitors throw their color bags into the crowd.
12 cities are on the agenda of the organizers. Dortmund is one of them, thousands of Holi fans can throw to a countdown bright colors in the air. They can look forward to a colorful day with good music and relaxed atmosphere – and of course, enjoy the Indian flair.
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A cheerful crowd, an hourly countdown and a large cloud of bright colors – these are the Holi Festival Of Colours. Inspired by the traditional Indian Spring Festival, the color came last year to Germany and inspired thousands. Just as colorful it will continue this year.
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Holi Festival will have dry colors, wet colors, and water guns. The color play will be restricted to the ‘color zone.’ While its possible some adults may withhold the temptation to become kids, it is much harder for kids to act adults. Please follow these tips as you head to the festival. They are definitely important should you be accompanying any children. However, count on the possibility that you may get tempted to join the festivity, and be prepared.

Wear white, good canvas for colors

Skin and Hair Care During Holi

Wear clothes you do not mind throwing away. They may get stained
Children would likely get wet. Its recommended they be in swimwear.
Bring towels, and quick change wear
Bring allergy medication, if you need
Bring spare contacts, or eye protection. You may get color in your eyes.
Cover your car seats to protect after the event.
Tents, picnic chairs are welcome.
Dust off all the dry color from hair and body before getting in shower. Some colors stain when wet.
If using camera, protect its lens from colors.

CAUTION: Some people have reported their hair and skin to be stained for several weeks after the color play. The manufacturer has suggested that this could be due to the colors being wet, and recommended that people concerned with such stains play with dry color only and they dust-off the colors before shower.
!! Happy Holi !!

Holi Celebration in United State

Holi Celebration in U S Universities

Celebrate Holi Annual festival of colors promotes unity among Johns Hopkins students

Holi, an ancient Hindu religious festival celebrated in India and across the world, came to the Homewood campus Sunday, marking the arrival of spring. Hundreds of eager students mobilized at The Beach to celebrate this annual spectacle, in its 14th year at Hopkins. Revelers launched splashy shades of red, yellow, green, and blue at one another, creating a kaleidoscope of colors and blurring the distinction between individuals. A traditional Indian meal followed the color war. The festival of colors emerged in India as an opportunity to break down barriers, allowing all to mingle and celebrate this joyous occasion, new beginnings, and triumphs over evils.

Holi was presented by two Johns Hopkins student groups, Association for India’s Development and the Hindu Students Council, and supported by the Graduate Representative Organization, The Graduate Student Association, and a Student Life Programming Grant.

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With a large population of Indians settled in the United States, Holi is celebrated with full Josh! gaiety and lot of funfare in this country.

Now a days, Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists will join family and friends to observe Holi through dance, music, meals, the lighting of bonfires celebrating goodness over evil and the tossing of vibrant coloured powders into the air, in a grand celebration of peace, friendship, and harmony.

Over the weekend, one of the largest such celebrations was held in Houston, Texas that attracted several thousand people including non-Hindu Americans.

Holi is all about colors right

Holi is all about colors right !


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On Holi: spray colours on others, dance, party; eat festival delicacies …. The next morning is a free-for-all carnival of colours, where participants play, … with colours on each other, laugh and chit-chat, then share Holi delicacies, food and drinks. … Children and youth spray coloured powder solutions (Gulal) at each other

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Poonam Pandey at the zoom Holi Party 2016Here we find Hot Poonam Pandey’s Holi Images at most awaited ZoOm Holi Party

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Poonam Pandey dressed unusually sober wearing a white crop top and torn jeans looking hot nonetheless. Sporting golden shoots and watch as an accessory the model posed for the paparazzi at the Zoom Holi party 2016.

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Holi Meaning

Hi friends today i’ll tell you Holi Meaning, i hope you love to know, right!

Holi is also known as Holaka or Phagwa. It is an annual festival celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalguna (early March). It celebrates spring, commemorates various events in Hindu mythology and is time of disregarding social norms and indulging in general merrymaking. Holi is probably the least religious of Hindu holidays. During Holi, Hindus attend a public bonfire, spray friends and family with colored powders and water, and generally go a bit wild in the streets.

Holi Ritual

The Holi ritual is the playing and applying of colored water and color powders (Gulal) on friends family neighbor and every person who engage in same purpose on that day. The Holi holiday commonly known as “Festival of Colors.” This ritual is said to be based on the above story of Krishna and Radha as well as on Krishna’s playful splashing of the maids with water, but most of all it celebrates the coming of spring with all its beautiful colors and vibrant life.

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Hi friends you eager to know when will be the most waited colour of festival Holi

When is Holi 2016
Wednesday, March 23, Holi 2016
Happy Holi 2016 !!

Festival of Colour – Holi

About Holi 2016

Holi, as we all know commonly called the “Festival of Colors”, happens every spring in many parts of northern India and South Asia. The main draw of this event is what the merrymakers do the night after a bonfire. Typically falling somewhere around mid-March, thousands of people from all walks of life gather near temples, parks, and other civic centers to throw colorful powder, get each other wet, and dance and sing to traditional Indian music. Its popularity keeps spreading to other countries like United States, England, Australia, Canada, Scotland and other European Countries each year it attracts more and more participants to this colorful affair.

The celebration of Holi-2016 is commended on the day following the full moon in right on time March consistently.

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Holi festival of colors is a very special event, full of fun with lots of bright colors.

Initially a celebration to commend great harvests and ripeness of the area, Holi is currently a typical commemmoration of a legend from Hindu Mythology. The story revolves around a self-important lord who hates his child Prahlada revering Lord Vishnu. He endeavors to kill his child however comes up short each one time. At last, the lord’s sister Holika who is said to be insusceptible to smoldering, sits with the kid in an immense blaze. Be that as it may, the sovereign Prahlada rises unscathed, while his auntie blazes to death. Holi recognizes this occasion from mythology, and enormous campfires are blazed on the eve of Holi as its typical representation.

This overflowing celebration is additionally connected with the interminable affection for Krishna and Radha, and consequently, Holi is spread in excess of 16 days in Vrindavan and also Mathura – the two urban communities with which Lord Krishna imparted a profound connection. Separated from the common fun with shaded powder and water, Holi is stamped by energetic parades which are joined by society tunes, moves and a general feeling of surrendered essentialness.

Today Holi is a reason for Indians to shed hindrances and station contrasts for a day of spring fever and Big Fun. Adolescents use the day being a tease and getting into mischief in the lanes, grown-ups amplify the hand of peace, and everybody pursues other people around, tossing splendidly colored powder (Gulal) and water over one another.

The celebration’s prelude starts on the night of the full moon. Campfires are lit on road corners to wash down the demeaner of wickedness spirits and terrible vibes, and to symbolize the decimation of the underhanded Holika, for whom the celebration was named. The accompanying morning, the boulevards load with individuals running, yelling, laughing and sprinkling. Weed based bhang and thandai add to the uninhibited climate.

Instantly at 12, the freakishness reaches an end and everybody heads to either the stream or the bathtub, then inside to unwind the day away and share of confections. Toward the evening a depleted and satisfied quiet falls over India. Despite the fact that Holi is watched everywhere throughout the north, its commended with uncommon euphoria and pizzazz at Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandgaon, and Barsnar. These towns once housed the awesome Krishna.

Every range praises Holi in an unexpected way; the Bhil tribesmen of western Madhya Pradesh, who’ve held a significant number of their prehindu traditions, celebrate holi in an one of a kind way. In rustic Maharashtra State, where the celebration is known as Rangapanchami it is commended with moving and singing. In the towns of Rajasthan particularly Jaisalmer the music’s extraordinary, and billows of pink, green, and turquoise powder fill the air. The grounds of Jaisalmer’s Mandir Palace are transformed into tumult, with moves, people tunes, and hued powder perplexity.