Hair Tutorial: Bantu Knots Out



  • Start on freshly washed & conditioned hair when it’s dry
  • Apply leave-in conditioner, or your choice styling product.
    (you can use “Emily Millionaire Coconut Oil and Herbs and Kids Organic Shea Butter)bantu1 bantu2
  • Don’t make parts with a comb. Just grab random sections of hair.
    (I like to imagine the structure of a honeycomb, placed on my head, when setting any kind of “out style”. It’s easier to disguise parts.)
  • Use a bobby pin to secure the knot, if it doesn’t stay in place.



Or you simply follow this photo tutorials


and you are done with the Bantu Knot Out,you’ll leave it to dry over the night and then do the Bantu take down,see another photo tutorial below:



End result







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