How to get rid of fading Mehandi hands after your big wedding day? Here are the quick suggestions for every bride by which she can remove that uneven light color of the Mehandi in less time.
Though a bride spends hours on Pinterest deciding the most beautiful henna design and hiring the skilled mehndi artist to rock the Mehandi and Wedding ceremony, when it comes to honeymoon, no bride actually wants to flaunt that faded Mehandi wale hands.
If you are among those brides who don’t want to show faded henna hands, team Mangal Parinay has decided to release your stress nerves by suggesting you some easy and effective home remedies by which you can get rid of fading henna Mehandi. Just be patient and follow the procedure as directed in the article below.
• Wash your hands with soap
One of the convenient and best ways to remove faded Mehandi is to wash your hands 10-12 times with anti-bacterial soap in a day followed up with applying moisturizer to prevent your hands from getting dry.
The common bleaching agent i.e., lemon works wonder to erode uneven patches of Mehandi from hands. Rub lemon juice on your hands 2-3 times a day and wash off with lukewarm water when it gets dry.
• Salt and water
Dip your hands in salt water for 15-20 minutes to cleanse your faded Mehandi. Make sure to repeat the process 2-3 times daily.
The bleach you apply on your face to get the bright complexion can also be used on your palms to lighten up the henna design. Just apply a layer of bleach on your hands and rinse your hands with cool water.
• Chlorine solution
However, you can opt for swimming to get rid of fading Mehandi but we do understand it would end up feeling more tired after an exhausting wedding ceremony. So, prepare a chlorine solution by mixing chlorine solution and water in the ratio 1:3 to soak your hands for 20 minutes. Don’t fret about the irritation it causes as you will feel happy admiring the end result.
• Baking soda and lemon
Another simple remedy that gives desirable result is coating your palms and hands with a paste of baking soda and lemon. wait until it dries naturally and washes off.
• Olive oil
Applying warm olive oil to remove stubborn henna Mehandi from your hands will leave you mesmerized. Rub your hands for 2-3 minutes and wipe them off with a soft cotton cloth.
Apply toothpaste on your hands for removal of Mehandi and see the result yourself. Other than cleaning your teeth, toothpaste can leave you surprised by helping you to flaunt that beautiful hands with no Mehandi patches.
• Hair conditioner
To clean that annoying faded Mehandi design from your hands, massage your hands with hair conditioner for 2-3 minutes and rinse.
• Warm water
Even if you fail to convince yourself to follow the above-mentioned remedies due to any reason, soak your hands in warm water for few minutes for 3-4 times and rub gently.