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5 Super Simple Tips To Remove Fading Mehendi!


Mehendi is one of the most auspicious ritual. Be it teej, Karva Chauth, rakhi or any other occasion almost all of us love to get those pretty designs on our hands and feet. Also, in India it is believed that darker the colour of mehendi, the more love would be on her way from in-laws and husband. However, mehendi fades within just two days and with it comes the irritation of patches and uneven colour tone. So, Team Wedstreetstyle thought to tell you 5 super simple ways to remove the fading Mehendi.

#1 Toothpaste
One of the simplest and quickest way to remove fading mehendi is just apply mehendi on your hands and feets and rub it before washing it off with cold water. You will see the colour getting lighter and lighter. 
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#2 Hair Conditioners!
Here is another simple hack to remove your mehendi. Just take hair conditioners and rub it on your hands and feet before washing it off with water. You will instantly see the difference in the mehendi.

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#3 Olive oil
Olive is another ingredient that you can easily find in your homes. Just dip a cotton ball in olive oil and wipe it on your hands. For faster result you can mix little salt in the oil before you apply it on your hands. Leave it for 10-15 minutes and wipe a dry.

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#4 Warm Water
Here is one of the easiest way to remove fading mehendi. Dip your hands in a bowl of warm water for 5-10 minutes. Now rub your skin till its dry. Repeat it for some time and you will see the mehendi fading. Though it is time consuming but worth a try for the best results.

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#5 Bleach
Bleach is another common method to remove your fading mehendi and save yourself from those stained hands. You will definitely have this product in your bathroom shelf. Just take the bleach and apply it o your fading mehendi. Let it dry and wash it off with cold water.

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