Whether your hair is thick and tightly coiled or looser coiled with a thin density, flat twists bantu knots can work for you. This hairstyle also looks professional and can be worn in an office, workplace setting.
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Depending on your hair texture your flat twists bantu knot out will vary in appearance. It may look fluffy like a coily afro or loose and curly.
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Bantu Knots by themselves also look nice on short hair, tightly coiled "4c" natural hair, or hair that is transitioning from relaxed to natural.
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If the ends of your hair are straight, try curling them with rods, or rollers and pinning them in place with bobby pins (if necessary).
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Tips for Styling Flat Twists Bantu Knots
- Use a combination of a moisturizer/leave-in conditioner and a holding cream or gel to style your hair
- Part your natural hair with your fingers instead of a comb to avoid having to hide parts later
- Leave your flat twists bantu knots in for a day before taking down for extra curl definition
- Make your flat twists bantu knots larger for looser, fluffier curls or make then smaller for tighter curls
For sleeping: Place a satin cap/bonet on your hair. Fluff with a pick or wide tooth comb in the morning.
I love Flat Twists Bantu Knot Outs because they make my fine, 4b natural hair look volumous and coily. Have you tried flat twists with bantu knots?