3 Oct 2013

My Hair: Bantu Twistouts

Hello lovelies,
this is just a quick hair post.
Remember the first time I tried Bantu Twistouts? if you don't, check this post.
it wasn't a disaster, but at the same time, it wasn't what I had hoped for.

My hair was still damp from the night before in this post but I had to take them down because of work so they weren't perfect.
I re-did the bantu knot twists the second night, on dry hair this time.
This is what they looked like when I took them down in the morning
AN AVALANCHE OF CURLS, 
and I fell completely in love with bantu twist-outs from this day on.

Do you have kinky, curly natural hair too? What is your favourite style to have them in?
Aby Purpleheart said...

It turned out really beautiful!!! Please what products did you apply before doing the bantu knots?

Barbara Onianwah said...

Hello Aby, thanks a bunch. Truth be told, I didn't apply anything extra on my hair apart from the oil and water mixture I used to dampen it 2 days before. It does seem my hair is quite malleable to take on styles with no need for extra products.

anoddgirl said...

love your hair!!
x
http://anoddgirl.blogspot.com.au

uchenna Ezeonyeka said...

love the texture of your hair. am trying to transition from relaxed to a more natural state. pls feel free to check mi out as i go thru the challenges of handling to different hair texture.
ezechimereuchenna.blogspot.com

Barbara Onianwah said...

Thank you dear

Barbara Onianwah said...

Thank you Uchenna. Good for you and I hope you have fun discovering the beauty of your natural hair.