The Festival of colors is back! Make a statement this Holi elevating your style wherever you go. We recommend you five tips to look absolutely stunning and classy for the vibrant occasion-
Want safe and healthy hair even after your crazy Holi party? Go the extra mile and give your hair an extra layer of protection from the splash of colors and grease. Tie a bandana or scarf and flex a different look for Holi parties and get-together. Not only will it protect you from harmful colors but also make sure you have a new look anywhere you go.
Traditional festivals demand traditional outfits. Add a pleasant touch of elegance and styling to your outfit by wearing Kurta/Kurtis to attend a family gathering or going to wish your dear ones. We will recommend you go for an all-white outfit for a comfortable, refreshing and classy look for playing Holi.
Wearing something comfortable on your feet is essential if you’re playing with water colors, all day long. Be it a western outfit or ethnic wear, flip-flops ticks with both genres easily. Flip-flops will ensure your feet are comfortable and help you tackle water spills effortlessly. Don’t make a mistake by wearing high-heels and heavy shoes that can lead to serious injuries while dancing or playing.
Okay! We get it. Holi and smartwatch don’t go together? But with IP68 waterproofing, Crossbeats smartwatches stand as a great outdoor companion. Crossbeats time-pieces flaunt a jaw-dropping display with micro-sealing technology to endure all the fusion of colors this Holi season.
Whether it is toxic chemical colors or organic, both are very harmful when in direct contact with your eyes. Shield your eyes from hazardous chemicals and give yourself a swagger look by wearing sunglasses. Ensure a perfect fit for your face because sunglasses are a must-have accessory wherever you go.
We hope our recommendations will help you level-up your style quotient effortlessly and keep you safe from hazardous chemicals during this festival of colors. Team Crossbeats wishes you a very happy and safe Holi in advance.