What Happens When You Install Bantu Knots On Straight Hair
Bantu Knots + Straight Hair
The first time I attempted to do Bantu Knots my hair was short, very short. I want to say that during my first attempt I had a bob style at that time. To me having shorter hair made attempting Bantu knots much easier.
Here we are with round two and my hair is much longer and has a good amount of color/highlights. Now, remember I mentioned that the first time I attempted Bantu knots my haircut was a bob? Well, I forgot to mention that my hair was wet.
Therefore, my hair was in its naturally curly state at the time of styling. This time I wanted to try Bantu knots on long straighten hair. Let’s just say I was more interested in the end results by changing the styling method. To be honest, it took a little longer to get all of the Bantu knots installed, but I was really pleased with the results.
Discover New Methods
I was also, happy to discover a new method of achieving beach waves by doing the Bantu knot hairstyle. In my video, I show you the process of when I take down the Bantu knots and the end results. Being that it has been a while since my last Bantu knot video, I think I will record this process from beginning to end.
Mainly because I have not been using a lot of heat or chemicals (hair dye) in my hair. Therefore, my curl pattern and texture has changed so I feel that the end results of the hairstyle would be different. That’s the great thing about creating styles like this, there is more than one way to do them and it allows you to discover what works best for you.
If you are looking for some new hairstyles to try, Bantu knots is a great one. Having options for heatless waves on the days you don’t feel like doing your hair is the BEST! Give this style a try and let me know how it turns out.
Have you ever tried the Bantu knot hairstyle? What did you like most about the process?
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