Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Bantu Knots Take 2!


  1. Deep Condition/ Prepoo with KeraPro Restorative Treatment For Extra Dry Hair
  2. Shampooed and Rinsed with very watered down Miss Jessie's Creme De La Curl Cleansing Cream (trail size)
  3. Mango Black Tea rinse
  4. Jump out the shower, Towel dry for five minutes, applied my oil mix (Castor, avocado, sweet almond, grape seed and olive oil) and Aphogee Keratin & Green Tea Restructurizer
  5. T-shirt dried for two hours
  6. Separated my hair in four sections and banded each section with one-two hair ties 
  7. Proceeded to apply jumbo Bantu knots to each section. I used my LottaBody Set-in Lotion as a holding product. The leave-in for this wash was non-existent. Just sticking to my oils these past two washes.





Bantu Knots after Ladies Night Out!
The take down.




Babilon Kay did the most loveliest Bantu knot curly fro. I didn't pick my hair as much as she did because I was running late but I will be doing Bantu knots again. I want to get that curly fro. It's been three days and I didn't keep up with the knots. 

The Fall semester of school is finally over for me. I have a week till the Winter session begins so perhaps I'll touch-up my hair one of these days. 

8 comments:

  1. your bantu knots really turned out beautiful.

    http://ezechimereuchenna.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you Uchenna, I think I will be doing them more often!

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  2. They turned out great, I really need to try this again!

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  3. GORGEEEEEEEEE!

    I love this look on you chica!

    KLP | SavingOurStrands

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    1. Thanks KLP! Doing them was easy too!

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