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Holi – The festival of colors and luster in India
Salwar Suit or Kameez Option to Rock the Holi
Salwar Suit is a different outfit to swing Holi for young girls and pretty teenagers. This is a pretty comfortable attire to put on.
You can choose printed blue kameez with the white Patiala dupatta. Or alternatively, opt black printed salwar suit with dupatta. If you want to relish every bit of Holi at its best, then just go for this outfit.
Palazzo, Palazzo and Palazzo!!
The Palazzo is an elegant and comfortable clothing style to gear up all the mood for Holi celebration.
Whether you are carrying a crop top having solid hemline or flared kurti, club it with palazzo bottom wear for an absolute expression.
Another substitute is available to pair the lovely palazzo pants with medium size kurti to flaunt at the colorful ground. Go for silver eardrop and flats with this garb.
Don’t skip using flip-flops for playing Holi as it is the best option to swing with!
That was all about your clothing style, now move towards protecting your hair and skincare from the adverse side effects of Holi. You cannot fly from the colorful attack.
Catch these points to help in protecting your lovely hair braids in this vivid Holi fall.
For Hair: Deep condition your hair, Knead your scalp, Oil is your buddy (oiling is a must) and cover your hair up in a cotton scarf or cover it with a hat/bandana.
For skin: Nourishing with olive oil, apply Sunscreen and Petroleum Jelly for protecting lips.
Want to explore the celebration of Holi in different places?
This festival especially counts on what sort of encounter you want to have.
Here are the 5 most popular places to explore the true color of Holi with high spirit.
Banke Bihari Temple- Vrindavan
The city rejoices Phoolon wali Holi where flowers are used by the temple priests and thrown to the devotees.
Barsana, Uttar Pradesh:
Best known by the “Holi with Sticks”. In this Holi, men are knocked up with sticks by females while playing Holi
Anandpur Sahib, Punjab:
Officially called Warrior Holi. It was first introduced by Sikh Guru Gobind Singh to celebrate. There’s martial arts, wrestling, mock sword fights, turban tying, and acrobatic military exercises. Instead of throwing colors.
If you preparing to tour some other location to celebrate Holi this year for a totally diverse experience, do let us know in the remarks below
Bura Na Maano! Holi Hai!!!