Roll your Bantu Knots perfectly in these simple steps
Bantu Knots, also known as Zulu Knots, are used to create coily spirals on relaxed and natural hair. Though this style is extremely cute and heatless, it can take some time to learn how to do. I have seen people use pins to keep their Bantu Knots in place; however, the style does not require any pins at all. The goal of the Bantu Knot is to wind your hair in a knot that protrudes upward. A lot of us end up with flat round knots that don’t give desired results. Don’t fret. I ran across this hair tutorial from 4C Natural Hair Guru Jessica Pettway. For the Bantu Knot challenged, she has come up with a style that she named the Bantu Flat Out. Instead of winding your hair in a knot, you wind your hair around your fingers and pin it close to the scalp with a bobby pin. After you let the style set, you are left with the same coily spirals as a Bantu Knot Out. It is so simple, anyone can do it. Check it out below. For the Bantu Knot Out Challenged
Ms. Rosie is a hair and beauty enthusiast from Chicago, Illinois. She is the creator and editor of Lovin Our Textures which is a hair care platform for Relaxed and Natural Hair. Follow her hair journey on Youtube.
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