Easy Tips To Remove Fading Mehndi After Your Wedding!

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Applying mehendi at every occasion has become a fad today. Be it a marriage, teej, karva chauth or any other occasion, every woman getting married loves to get pretty henna designs on their hands and feet. And, why not? It makes your hands and feet look pretty. Also, it is believed that the darker the colour of the mehndi, the more your husband/mother-in-law loves you.


However, in only a few days, the colour of the mehendi starts to fade away, which is not a pleasant sight. Patches, uneven colour and light colour of mehendi is just annoying! And, no matter how you feel, you just have to wait for quite a few days for it to fade away naturally, right? Well, not anymore. You can now remove your faded mehndi with these simple and effective tips and get rid of it at your wish.
 

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Hydrogen Peroxide





This mild liquid can be used to remove mehendi effectively. Just dip a cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide and dab it on your hands/feet and leave it on for a while before washing it away. Although, it is suitable for all skin types, it is safe to have a patch test before applying it on your body parts.
 

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Baking Soda And Lemon




You will easily find these natural cleaning agents on your kitchen shelf. Simply, mix baking soda with lemon to make a thick paste, apply on your hands and feet and let it dry for a few minutes before removing it with cold water. The paste might make your skin dry, so do apply moisturiser after washing away the paste.
 

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Warm Water



Dip your hands in a bowl full of warm water for few minutes. Take them out and rub your skin till it is dry. Repeat the process several times till you see the mehendi fading away. Remember, it is a time taking process but it is equally effective. So, give it a shot if you are not willing to remove your mehendi with chemicals.
 

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Hair Conditioners



Hair conditioner is another easily available item in your home. Simply take your hair conditioner and rub it on your hands and feet before rinsing it with water. You will see the difference instantly.



Toothpaste

Another quick method to get rid of henna, is to apply toothpaste on your hand, and rub it before washing it off with cold water. You will see the colour has become lighter than before.
 

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