The excitement of Holi is all around. The festival of colours is never complete without one’s family and friends, there are some more must-haves to make the most out of it. While many of us shop for good quality colors, finger food and colours, there’s a need to be ready in terms of self-care.
For women who are planning to kick off the bash, here’s a quick list for you to check out.
If you are worried about being on your period during Holi, then make sure to use a tampon. While lost in the fun, these little things will make you forget about what’s happening down there. You will not have to worry about your period stain showing in the water as these tampons will the menstrual fluid while preventing leaks, even if you swim.
2. A waterproof sunscreen
Carry a sunscreen which has at least 30 SPF. Apply it generously and make sure to reapply after every 2 hours. This way, you won’t have to worry about those sunburn and suntan patches.
3. Organic Coconut Oil
Give your body an oil shield as it can’t be protected by the fabric alone. Message it in layers on the parts that doesn’t get covered with clothing. Consider applying it an hour before you go.
When playing Holi, it’s very important to protect your eyes from the color and water which contains unwanted chemicals. While covering the most sensitive part of your face, it will keep you from getting bothered by the harsh sunlight.
5. Phone case
Do not forget to keep your cell phone in a waterproof cover. As your phone will be exposed to a lot of water and dust, look for a cover which is airtight and has some good depth.
6. Cotton clothes are the best bet
Choose to wear some breathable and comfortable clothes like cotton or linen. Avoid tight and synthetic clothes to prevent rashes. Look for white or your favourite bright colors to look party ready.
Keep the checklist and enjoy the big day!
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