In Part 1 of 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;
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.
Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter from howtoblackhair.com and for this style I will be teaching you how to do Bantu knots on your natural hair so for the style of course I have natural hair so the style will be done on my natural hair but this style can also be achieved with great results on relaxed hair and also on transitioning hair as well so the materials that you will need to do this style will be a water spray bottle that has water and hair conditioner in it you will also need some type of oil to seal in your moisture so I will be using olive oil you will need a hair pick a hair comb and you will also need some type of hair clips to hold your hair in place as you are twisting your sections so once you have all of your supplies and materials ready in the next step Number two I will show you how to do your Bantu knots on your hair step by step