Here is my Bantu Knot Out that I have recently done! This is my second favorite style that I like to do besides the Twist Out.
- I simply sectioned my clean hair in 6 sections and began doing two strand twists on each sections then I tucked them in with a bobby pin to secure it. I do about 3 to 4 Bantu knots in each section.
- I made my knots small for definition purposes
- I left my Bantu knots in for a few days to keep my hands out of it.
- I unraveled each knots gently with Tea tree oil to avoid frizz. You separately gently where your hair wants to separate.
- Then I used my hair pick to fluff out my roots to close the gaps that I have created before.
And that’s it! You are done!
- Shea Moisture’s Yucca& Plantian Anti-Breakage Hair Strengthening Masque (For deep conditioning)
- Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating conditioner ( cowashing)
- AliKay Naturals Hair Parfait (for styling)
I hope this helps and you all understand! Let me know if you have any questions or how this worked for you!
Inspiration: This Bantu Knot method is not originally mine, I got this from Naptural85 and used it as my own.
Link: Naptural85’s Bantu Knot
Thanks for reading!