The day before styling I washed, detangled, moisturized, plaited and twisted my hair. ( It was a mixture of plaits and twist because I originally intended on doing a braid out, but my daughter wasn’t having it. I ended up moisturizing and twisting all that was left).
How I achieved this look:
Step 1: Pick the plait that you are going to work with.
Step 2: Take a loose the plait and you now have three sections to work with.
Step 3: Take one of those sections and pin the other two out of the way.
Step 4: Comb out that section and add some moisturizer and oil of choice if needed. (My hair tends to dry out rather quickly so I added some more on this day).
Step 5: Twist that section and add oil to the ends if needed.
Step 6: Begin twisting the twist on itself.
Step 7: Continue going around until you have completed the bantu knot. If your hair isn’t long enough then you may need a hair pin to hold it in place.
I hope that you enjoyed this post and found it helpful. I have been rocking them this week and plan on doing a Bantu knot out next week.Come back next week to see the results.
Have a blessed day.