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?

6 comments

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

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    1. 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.

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

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  3. 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

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

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