In The Bantu Knot Out Tutorial, I inform you of all the products that you will need to achieve this style.
To achieve this style, you will need as follows;
How To Bantu Knot Out "Natural Hair" China Bump Style Tutorial Supplies Part 1
With the supplies that are mentioned above, you will be able to achieve a very beautiful defined zulu/bantu knots on natural hair.
Bantu Knots re easy because you don’t have to braid to achieve them!
Also, you can make your natural hair knots lay in the fashion that you desire depending on how you choose to set your bantu zulu knots.
When you are doing any style to your hair, you have to make sure to moisturize and seal.
If your hair is dry when going into this style, it will be even drier than before when the time comes to do a different hairstyle.
Using hair gel for you hair helps to give the twists a little bit more stiffness as it dries so that you can wear your bantu knot out style for a longer period of time.
How To Do Bantu Knots on Natural Short 4C Hair Step By Step Tutorial Part 2
When twisting your bantu knots on natural hair, you always want to be extremely gentle with your hair.
If you are not careful with your hair, that will reflect in the health of your hair.
Too much rough handling on your tresses will result in split and damaged ends which in the long run stunt the growth of your hair.
Wearing this protective style is great in retaining length but if you always comb aggressively or handle your hair in a rough manner, many of your hair saving methods will go to waste.
Also, remember when you do a bantu knot out on your hair that you twist in the fashion that you would like for your hair to lay on your head.
How To Take Down/ Remove/ Take Out Fluffy Bantu Knots on Transitioning Natural Hair Tutorial Part 3
Taking down your bantu knots can yield you your best result or your worst results.
Twisting your hair to form your Zulu Knots/Bantu Knots is the easiest part and its usually an error free ordeal.
But, when it is time to take down your Bantu Knots the biggest mistakes can happen simply because of the way that you decide to detangle your twists as you take them down.
Bantu Knots are meant to be defined so when you unravel a knot, you want to leave it as is.
Separating the knots further will leave your used to be defined bantu knotout into a fluffy wavy piece of hair.
It is best to conceal obvious sectioned of squares off hair by simply fluffing your hair at the roots with an afro pick.
You don't want to bring the pick all the way through your hair, you just want to pick at the roots to give your hair more volume, conceal the parts, and to also leave the ends of your hair in a defined bantu knot out.
Bantu Knots / China Bump Finished Results On Short Natural Hair Tutorial Part 4
Here are the finished results to my natural hair bantu knot out on virgin 4c hair!
I love bantu knot outs because of the simplicity of the style.
You twist pieces of hair to achieve results that can last a week at a time.
Twisting your hair is something that can never go out of style as well as the beauty of this hair look will continue to be embraced by the natural hair community.
If all else fails with your bantu knot out look, you can always opt to pick your hair out into a fro or to imitate a wash and go by misting your hair with your favorite hair moisturizer.