When the entire atmosphere is decorated with different shades of vibrant colors and we can all think of ‘Gujiya’, we are officially entering the cheerful week, where our favorite festival Holi comes. Holi is on 29th March and we know that all of you are busy cleaning your house or trying your hand at making ‘Gujhiya’ completely. When you are excited about the festival, it is clear that you are concerned about the colors of Holi, which contain harsh chemicals and negatively affect your skin. If you believe in going out on Holi and need to decide quickly about the colors of Holi, then you are getting treatment for sure. Here is a list of ways to create Organic colors for holi at home This will definitely remove the need for you to prepare a list of excuses for not playing with colors. Is not it good?
Organic Holi colors are very easy to prepare at home and let’s use them the most. Passionate red color can be made with beautiful hibiscus flower. All you have to do is dry the flowers, blend them and add gram flour to make a fine powder.
Turmeric is present in all households and it is the best ingredient for making herbal Holi colors at home. But for Holi colors, you will need turmeric root and then you have to grind it. You can also use turmeric powder which is in your kitchen. If you are taking 2 tablespoons of turmeric powder, then you should add 1 tablespoon gram flour in it to make the right shade of yellow.
Take henna powder, add a little gram flour and rose water, and your green color is ready!
Beets are the best when it comes to making magenta colors. Soak the beetroot in water, boil it and leave it overnight. The next day you can use it in place of wet colors.
Bring blue hibiscus flowers at home and make a powder after drying them. Now, you can add flour to it and get a nice blue color.
Take 4 to 5 black carrots and grind them in a mixer grinder. Now, add 1 cup of cornflour to it to get the right shade of purple.
You will need a famous flower called the flame of the forest to make it orange. Dry the petals and make a fine powder. Now, add flour and mix well. Alternatively, you can take saffron and soak it in water to make it a wet color.
Creating environmentally friendly colors for Holi is a creative task and you can easily create unusual colors. Be a little different and try your hand at making gray color. Take amla and grind it. Now, add cornflour to it and mix well. Use it to get a fine powder that you can easily use to play Holi.