How to prepare yourself for Holi? 6 Things To Keep In Mind.

how to prepare yourself for holi

We all love holi, no matter how messy it is. We just love playing with colours and water. Those ‘pichkaris’ and ‘pakke colours’ seem to be the basic elements of Holi. While every year we wish that our holi turns out to be like ‘Balam Pichkari’ we all end up looking somewhat like colourful ghosts. To avoid that you need to be prepared. But how to prepare yourself for Holi?

This year, before going out to play holi, this list will help you be better prepared for holi. Let me help you with how to prepare yourself for Holi.

1. Apply Nail Polish On Your Nails!

I am sure you all don’t want pink, purple and blue nails for the next 10-12 days. Don’t forget to apply nail paint. And for all those boys out there, you have no other option, but let us help you with a better suggestion. Ask your mom, sister or girlfriend, or best-friend (Don’t feel bad if you don’t have a girlfriend) for a transparent nail polish. And girls, you can experiment with some cool and funky nail art. I have put one of my favorites over here, just for you.

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Matte neon nails by @yagala 💛

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2. Cover Your Phone In A Transparent Plastic Bag 

You never know when would someone shoot you with water balloons and empty an entire bucket of water by throwing it on you. Be prepared cause’ none of our phone’s are waterproof (Yeah those with ‘Mehenge’ phones will say “Humara toh Waterproof hai” but when they throw you in a tub, tab kya karoge?) Better be safe. Provide your phone protection. And if you have no clue how to cover your phone with a transparent plastic and still be able to use it, let me help you out.

Minus the part where he lets some air to stay inside, you can just literally wrap the plastic.

3. Oil Your Hair! 

I know I know oil sucks, your ‘Holi Look’ will be ruined, but please, a ruined look is better than ruined hair. And also, you can try so many hairstyles while you got oil on your head. Boys, sticky hair gel will also do. And girls if you want to slay your oily hair look, I have a few hairstyles for you. Thank me later…

4. Body Lotion Is Important!

It is very important to put body lotion, otherwise it will be very difficult to get the colour off your body. I am sure you don’t want to look like Shrek, or Krishna Kanhaiyaan with your green or blue body colour. Make sure you put lotion which would create a protective layer preventing colour to stick to your skin. Ab lotion toh lagana aata hi hoga, there is no video to help you with that. Okay?

apply lotion

5. Choose Your Clothes Carefully 

So we all wanna wear white clothes like those people in TV shows and Movies do but obviously we won’t. Until you are very very very fortunate to have something which is old and is white. But while choosing clothes, try and pick the one whose material is suitable, i.e. it doesn’t absorb water. Also, try and cover as much as skin you can with your clothes.

How to prepare yourself for Holi

6. Be careful about certain things

Remove lens before leaving for holi, as colours can damage them. Also, Bhaang dhyaan se pina, jinhone piya hai agar unhe nahi jaante toh doori banaye rakhna. Translation: Be careful when you have Bhaang, and be careful of those who have had it and if you don’t know them. Don’t let anyone molest you or harass you by saying ‘Bura naa maano Holi hai’. It goes for both guys and girls.

How to prepare yourself for Holi

And just a little truth that you must know: 
Agar tumhe lagta hai Organic Colours Harmful nahi hote, toh shayad tum galat ho. Translation: Organic Colour Are Harmful too. You are being fooled by marketing tactics.

Didn’t we get your back with our list of How to prepare yourself for Holi? Let us know in the comment box how were these tips, and how was your holi. And-

The Magzone wishes you a colorful, chemical-free and dry Holi!

How to prepare yourself for Holi

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Suchandana Patoa
I believe in experiences, and positivity attracts me. I believe in recording everything, memories, experiences, narratives, and feelings. This is maybe the reason I find solace in writing. My entire life I've been traveling across the country; I've been meeting new people, I've been listening to their stories and learning a lot from them. I live in the city that witnessed Bajirao and Mastani's love. While I love to explore different areas, I also admire the fact that people are so different yet so similar to each other. I believe everyone you meet has something to teach you.