Hair Tutorial: Bantu Knots Out

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  • 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

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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:

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End result

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Enjoy…

 

 

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