As much as one needs to prepare their skin and hair to look great before the festivities, all the styling and makeup can damage the same. To make sure you keep glowing, here are a few tips for you.

Use a mix of gramflour, curd and rose water to remove the dead skin cells that have formed on your skin because of wearing makeup.
Beautician Nishi Mulchandani says, “If you have tanning, use a thick paste of grounded almond with a spoonful of milk every morning. You can repeat the same in the evening by adding a hint of lavender essential oil to it.”
Lime juice is an excellent way to treat skin that has been exposed to makeup and the harmful UV rays of the sun. You can also mix a teaspoon of honey along with this to keep your skin flawless.
Beauty professional Hina Shah says, “A cleanup is a must after the festivities. This will help restore the skin’s glow and will also ensure that your skin is wellnourished. Also, remember to drink at least eight glasses of water on a daily basis so that your skin stays moisturised.”

Hair care

Take a head massage with a mixture of jojoba and rosemary oil or coconut oil. This will provide your hair with ample nutrition.If you have a sensitive scalp skin, also add a few drops of lemon juice to avoid any infection that can happen due to the use of various styling products.Use a mild shampoo and conditioner on your hair at least twice in a week. You can alternatively also use an essential oil in the night just before bedtime.Take two tablespoons olive oil with four tablespoons of honey and a few drops of lemon juice. Mix them well and apply this pack to your hair and scalp. Leave it on for half an hour and rinse it off with mild shampoo with warm water. This pack will nourish your hair and scalp.

Hair professional Shaila Batra says, “Use protein in any form on your hair. Let it seep into your scalp. For this, you have to keep the protein pack on for at least three hours. You can either use ‘shikakai’ or ‘reetha’ to wash your hair.”Sometimes, the use of henna also helps restore the volume in your hair. You can try using a pack of henna, coffee, tea liquor and lime.