Almost 80% females love to apply mehendi on their hands/feet. There is a trend to apply henna on almost every occasion. These henna designs add beauty to the bride. No matter it is marriage, Karva Chauth, Teej or any other occasion, applying henna is a tradition. But don’t you get annoyed with the patches, uneven colors and light color of Mehendi which are left behind after few days? If yes, then no need to worry about. We bring you some of the tips for removing the fading Mehendi from your hands or feet.
Baking Soda and Lemon
These products are easily available in your kitchen. Just make a thick paste of baking soda and lemon juice and apply it on your hands. Leave it for few minutes and then wash it with cold water.
Bleach is one of the most effective and easily available options for removing henna. Just apply bleach on henna and leave it for few minutes. Wash your hands with cold water and see the changes.
This is liquid is easily available in the market. Just dip a cotton ball in this liquid and apply it on your feet/hands. It is very effective in removing faded mehendi from your hands/feet.
For removing faded mehendi from your hands, add a small amount of chlorine in water and make a solution. Dip your hands in the solution for few minutes and then wash them. You may feel little itchiness or irritation but there is nothing to worry about. And if you are lazy to do this then you can simply go swimming.
Before telling you the process, let me tell you that this process can be lengthy but it is chemical free. To remove faded henna from your hands, just dip your hands in warm water for few minutes and then rub the skin. Repeat this process several times.
Just add salt to the water and dip your hands in it for around 20-30 minutes. After this, rub your skin and you will surely see the effects. Repeat this several times.
Rub toothpaste on your hands on the area where henna is applied. Wash your hands after few minutes. You will surely be able to see the changes in the color of your mehendi.
This is one effective and easy way to get rid of the faded mehendi color. For instant changes, apply hair conditioners on your hands and feet and wash them with cold water.
Dip a cotton ball in olive oil and apply it on the areas where henna is applied. For better results, you can add a pinch of salt to the olive oil before applying it on a cotton ball. Leave the oil for around 10-15 minutes and then wash your hands with cold water. Repeat the process after few hours again for better and effective results.
You can also wash your hands with soap after regular intervals. Also, there are some of the dead skin removing scrubs which can partially remove mehendi from your hands. You can choose any of the above listed effective and pocket-friendly ways to remove your faded mehendi from your hands or feet.