Bantu Knots Revisited!!

Hello, beauties! After my success with the bantu knots when I had the cornrows in the front, I wanted to try again with all my hair! Also, I had just shaped my fro with some shears and clippers so I know  my hair was in excellent condition for any kind of set! I took off about 2 inches so my ends should be nice and trimmed for the summer!

Anyway! I did this set on already dry hair. I went through it and detangled and sealed my ends with Hair Garden’s Mango Punch Conditioner and the “Herbal Tea” Tree-tment. I did not use a gel. I placed 8 bantu knots in my hair, 2 in the back, 2 in the crown, 2 on the sides and 2 on top! I did this right before bed so it could set overnight while I slept.

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I took them out the next morning with pleasant results! This has to be the best bantu set I have ever done on myself! I will definitely try this again with gel so it will last longer.

wpid-1436382463506.jpgWith just the moisturizer, my curls lasted about 2 days without having to retwist. I would get more definition with a little gel added. I may try EcoStyler or make some flaxseed gel. I’m leaning more towards the flax at the moment. When I make some, I will definitely share it with you all!

Hope you enjoy the rest of your week! Thanks for stopping by!

Published by Aphropuphs

Master Cosmetologist, Master Educator, Product Maker and Natural Hair Specialist sharing natural hair care information and giving support to those on their journey!

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