Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Bantu knots out on dry natural hair

Hi naturalistas,

Happy new year



This is a throw back post of when I tried Bantu knots on my hair. I had just closed from work that day and was on my way home, got bored 'cause of traffic and decided to try something with my hair. I had read a post on Bantu knots earlier that day so I guess that was what made me try it. I didn’t add water or moisturiser (my hair was already moisturised earlier that day). By the time i got home, I had gone halfway.


So I completed the rest at home. All I did was to do a two-strand twist and roll into a knot. That was all. 
I unraveled it the next day (I put some oil on my fingers as I did so) and this was how it turned out.

Not much definition with the curls but I still love the way it looks
I’m really glad it turned out well(not much curl definition though) despite not adding any hair butter, leave-in or gel. 

What do you guys think? Have you ever tried Bantu knots? Would you like to try it?
Here is a video that would guide you.

Till then
Leeznijis 

3 comments :

  1. I think it looks nice on you. Like how you styled it into a puff.

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  2. Cool. I like the way it turned out. All bumpy and things. I've never tried Bantu knot outs on my natural hair. I tried them on my relaxed hair once back in the days and loved the results. But the knots and tangles though. Even on relaxed hair. Mitchell

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  3. Why did you choose to not use any curl-defining product?

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