Shraddha Kapoor’s mantra for a fun-filled Holi

The ‘Baaghi’ actress doles out her mantra for a fun-filled Holi.

Published: 13th March 2017 09:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th March 2017 09:35 AM   |  A+A-

Shraddha Kapoor (File Photo | AFP)


NEW DELHI: When we picture Shraddha Kapoor, the first thing that comes to mind is her radiant skin and beautiful tresses.

The actress is well known for her glowing skin and those thick, bouncy and beautifully voluminous hair.

Now that the festival of colours is here, it becomes all the more important to give skin and hair special attention. Hence, the ‘Baaghi’ actress doles out her mantra for a fun-filled Holi with us.

“A lot of toxic chemicals can damage your hair and skin. But still, Holi is my favourite festival and I always celebrate it with my family and friends!” she said.

When asked about the beauty rituals she follows during Holi, Shraddha said, “Before stepping out, I apply a good amount of coconut based hair oil on my hair. Harsh colours strip off the moisture making them dry, frizzy and brittle, hence oiling is very important. I even apply coconut oil on my skin so colours don’t stay on my skin for days. Also, post hair wash, I apply some fruit oil that gives my hair the vitamins it needs with fruit oils that have lemon and orange in them.”

Here’re some more favourites of the ‘Rock On!! 2’ actress that makes her Holi yet more colourful: 

- Favourite song: The 30-year-old star’s favourite Holi song is ‘Balam Pichkari.’

- Favourite Holi delicacy: She loves devouring over Jalebis during the festival.

- Holi experience: She said, “Holi has always been a special time for me and my family. Everyone is together, a day filled with food, fun and family.”

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