How to Bantu Knot out on Natural Hair
Hey Loves, I’m very excited about today’s post because bantu knot out is one of my go to styles. I love how my strands are transformed to a curlier fro without using heat and with minimal efforts. Lately I have been wearing the knots out over the weekend but I have to admit it took me some courage to do so.
This is how I created the look…..
Step one: Started off with Freshly washed, deep conditioned hair and used a tshirt to squeeze the excess water out of my hair.
Step Two: Sectioned my hair
Step Four: Installed a Two Strand twist then twisted on top of the hair to form a Knot
Step Five: Air dried and Slept with a sanit bonnet at night
Step Six: After the knots were 100% dry, I pulled them down and separated the twists
Step Seven: To get rid of the all of the parts, I used an afro comb to gently lift the roots making sure I was not pulling the comb all the way through.
Tip” As you separate the curls make sure you do so very carefully and also twirl your fingers around the curl at the ends to keep them curly and avoid frizz. ”
Enjoy the Tutorial below.
Have you tried out Bantu Knots, what is your technique and product of choice?
If you have any questions, feel free to ask away below.