A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Bantu Knots

What Are Bantu Knots?

The Zulu individuals of southern Africa began Bantu bunches, a haircut where the hair is divided, curved, and enveloped in such a way that the hair stacks upon itself to frame a spiraled tie.

Wash, Condition, and Layer Hair Products

I like to begin with purged and profound adapted hair for an all-around fed establishment. You can likewise attempt Bantu bunches on extended, dry hair, as well. The kinds of items you use and how you layer them will fluctuate contingent upon your hair type. I apply my hair items in the shower since I have low porosity hair. My twist master and colorist, Christina Kelley, prescribed this technique to guarantee my hair absorbs the fixings. The right mixed drink of fixings guarantees your hair stays hydrated and set without unwinding. I start with Miss Jessie’s Leave-In Condish. Then, at that point, I circle back to Miss Jessie’s Honey Curls and add a hint of Bread Beauty Supply’s Everyday Gloss to seal my closures.

Area the Hair

I segment my hair into four square areas and secure them with cuts. As you take a gander at my parts, you may be saying, Girl, those need a re-try. Try not to pass judgment on me too brutally. I don’t buckle down on making straight parts, basically because I’m simply a young lady doing my hair at home without any assumptions, and that takes the pressing factor for flawlessness off the table. Hydration and low control are my two needs.

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