It’s been a while since I’ve posted a bantu knot out video tutorial, so here it is ladies:
This is a style that was requested more than a few times so Kami decided to bless us with it. I’m a very big fan of bantu knots, they really bring out the curls and define them as well. This bantu knot can be done on either wet or dry hair; although, the result will be different for each person. When it comes to styling your hair, please don’t feel circumscribe to a specific style or way of doing your hair; Experimenting with many different styles is highly encouraged.
Don’t be afraid if it doesn’t turn out the way you see it in the video.
The only downside to this style is the fact that you have to wait a while for the hair to dry naturally, which I know some of you don’t have that kind of time. Here is what you can do: you can damp your hair and sit under a hooded dryer. If you don’t like the heat, which I know some of you don’t, you can do this style on dry natural hair.
The result looks totally fabulous!
She used two main products: Cantu shea butter and Eco styler gel.