Make natural Holi colors at home, Healthy Holi colors, Methods to make natural Holi colors at home: Organic and natural colors are very easily available in the market, and much to you amazing can be easily made at home too with the help of herbs flowers, leaves and other ingredients that easily found in the kitchen.
The best way to avoid the skin problem and assure a healthy play of colors, choose natural and organic colors as solutions to the ones caused by metallic chemicals.
1. Dry Red Color
Dry the red rose petals in sun and after it becomes crisp, can be powdered in a mixer and some flour can be added to increase the quantity. Red Sandal Wood Powder or Raktachandan can use as a red Holi color powder. Dry Red Hibiscus flower in shade and blended in a mixie to make powder consistency.
Wet colour-Take 2 teaspoons of Red Sandalwood powder in a bowl of water and boil it. Dilute and use it as wet color, Peels of Red Pomegranate boiled in water to make red wet color.
2. Dry Green Color
Mix pure henna (mehndi) powder with an equal quantity of flour to get a green dry color.
Wet colour–Mix henna (mehndi) powder in one liter of water and mix well. Green color can also get by mixing a fine paste of leaves like palak, coriander (dhania), mint neem etc in water.
3. Dry Bule color
Take dry Jacaranda flower, known as neel Gulmohar, dry it and grind them and get a beautiful blue powder. Blue Hibiscus which can be dried and grind it in the same way.
Wet Color- Crush the fruits berries and add to water for required color strength. In a quantity of Indigo species the leaves when boiled in water to leave a rich blue.
4. Dry Yellow Color
Take some Turmeric (Haldi) powder and mix it with of (Haldi) gram flour. Both ingredients have a natural effect on the skin. Instead of gram flour, you can use ordinary flour or wheat flour, (multi Matti)fuller`s earth powder as well as flowers like Marigold, Yellow Chrysanthemums, and Cassia fistula, can be dried and grind to get a fine powder.
Wet Colour-Take one teaspoon of Turmeric( Haldi) to two bowls of water and mix well. This can be boiled to add to the concentration of color and later diluted.
5. Dry Brown Color
Take equal quantities of coffee powder and tea powder to make natural dry brown color.
Wet Color- Boil some dried Amla (Indian Gooseberry) in an iron pot and leave it overnight. Dilute it with water and use it as wet brown color.
6. Dry Orange Color
Dried and grind flame of the Tesu flowers which can be used to make an orange color powder
Wet Colour (Magenta)
Grate one Beetroot, Soak it in 1 liter of water for a bright magenta. Boil or leave overnight for a deeper color. Later dilute it.