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How To: The Bantu Knot

How To: The Bantu Knot

This post is about how to style your natural hair. I usually wear my hair in weaves but I had decided to give the natural look a try for a couple days. I stopped relaxing my hair a little over a year ago. The bantu knot sounded like one of the easiest things to try so I gave it a go!
These are the steps I took. 
Step 1: Wash and Condition your Hair
I use Tressemme, it makes my hair super soft and manageable. 
Step 2: Blow-dry hair.
 My hair is super thick and curly so I had to blow-dry it to get some length and challenge the shrinkage.

Step 3: Press Hair. 
I still feel like I needed some more length so I pressed my hair out.
Step 5: Bantu Knot
Basically you twist your hair until it forms a knot. I used Olive Oil Lotion to moisturize my hair first. 
They look like this. (My pics didn’t come out well =/)
Step 6: Time 
 I wrapped my head with a silk scarf and went to sleep. So they were in for about 10-15 hours. 
Step 7: Taking out the knots.
 I unravelled each knot and ran my fingers through and voila!

I’m pretty happy with the results. This is definitely a go-to look in between weaves! Have y’all ever tried the bantu knot?
XXXXXO Ofunne
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5 Comments

  • Beeba

    22.01.2013 at 14:30 Reply

    awww. i”m going to try this !! you look great !

  • the real her | all-dat-jazz

    11.02.2014 at 08:18 Reply

    […] Also, disclaimer**, I did not wake up like this lol. I washed and blow dried my natural hair and put them in bantu knots the night before. (see post on how I do bantus here) […]

  • anikia jackson

    25.08.2014 at 12:03 Reply

    beautiful…

    • Ofunne

      26.08.2014 at 12:43 Reply

      Thanks boo! :*

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