How to: Bantu Knot Tutorial on a Tapered Cut

How to: Bantu Knot Tutorial  on a Tapered Cut
If you’ve ever tried to do a Bantu Knot out you  know how challenging they can be. I was also intimidated by their apparent intricacy, but the truth is they aren’t that hard to do.
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Bantu Knots Tutorial Steps

  1. Begin on blow dried hair
  2. Section the hair
  3. Apply a light styling solution like moose or wrap lotion. I opted for Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Styling Moose.
  4. Twist each section
  5. Wrap twisted section around finger
  6. Knot and secure in place (use a bobby pin if needed.)
  7. Let the hair dry over night or under a hooded dryer.
  8. Untwist the hair and pull apart the curls using a hair pick to add volume
  9. That’s it!

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