Yesterday I did bantu knots on my friend Tanny‘s hair even though she’s relaxed.
I used water and Organics by Africa’s Best Kids Detangling Moisturizing Lotion to detangle her hair in each section.
I twisted each section using two strands, I wrapped the twisted section around itself and used a bobby pin to secure the ends. Easy and simple.
I love this method of doing the bantu knots, there are several other methods which you can try out, I just prefer this one.
P.S this is my first attempt at bantu knots and I can say proudly that I did justice to it after watching several YouTube videos.
Have you tried bantu knots? Does it look good when it’s out? How long do you have it in for?
Also, I entered The Kink and I + Natural Nigerian competition to win the Natural Nigerian Moisture & Shine Leave-in Conditioner and also a pack of Natural Nigerian Bentonite Clay. You should too; click on this link
Till next time.
7 thoughts on “Bantu Knot Out On Relaxed Hair.”
Aww very nice!
And thanks for sharing the llink to Giveaway
This is beautiful, but even if I wanted to try it, you didn’t state how long I should leave the knots in for…..would love that information.
I’m actually on my natural hair so would love to try it.
You can leave it for as long as you want to dear; preferably overnight, provided your hair is no longer wet.
kk,..thanks, wud take a pic and send to you when I have done that, so you can see that you inspired someone. Have a blessed week ahead.
Sure darling, would love to see it.
My sister(relaxed hair) and I(teeny weeny Afro) tried this some time ago -> http://nigerianandnatural.wordpress.com/2014/02/06/bantu-knot-out-on-short-natural-hair-vs-on-relaxedtransitioning-hair/