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Bantu Knot Out with a Twist Tutorial Using Camille Rose Naturals


Here's a quick pictorial (photo tutorial) of today's hair style - a bantu knot out with a twist. I used to do this style a lot while I was transitioning, since it added a lot of texture to my relaxed ends while helping me to maintain my natural roots. Now that I have natural hair, I do this style on the days where I'm feeling a little lazy and don't have time to individually two strand twist my hair. If you're not such a great flat twister, it's okay, practice makes perfect!




As you can see, my flat twists aren't small, and aren't the neatest but I took them out anyway so luckily no one saw how terrible they looked. I used the Camille Rose Naturals Curlaide Moisture Butter (I received it at the last Tribe Called Curl event called Kinks Come Out at Night in NYC) on an old blow out.

The flat twist pattern is the most important, since it will determine how your hair falls. If you want your hair to fall towards your face, simply part the top at an angle. Once you are finished with your flat twist simply twirl the hair around your finger and form a bantu knot then secure it with a pin or rubber band. I let the twists set for about 6 hours before unraveling the twists and fluffing them out. I loved how much definition I was able to achieve after a few short hours.

I absolutely LOVED the results!


Bantu Knot Out with a Twist Tutorial Using Camille Rose Naturals



Here's a quick pictorial (photo tutorial) of today's hair style - a bantu knot out with a twist. I used to do this style a lot while I was transitioning, since it added a lot of texture to my relaxed ends while helping me to maintain my natural roots. Now that I have natural hair, I do this style on the days where I'm feeling a little lazy and don't have time to individually two strand twist my hair. If you're not such a great flat twister, it's okay, practice makes perfect!




As you can see, my flat twists aren't small, and aren't the neatest but I took them out anyway so luckily no one saw how terrible they looked. I used the Camille Rose Naturals Curlaide Moisture Butter (I received it at the last Tribe Called Curl event called Kinks Come Out at Night in NYC) on an old blow out.

The flat twist pattern is the most important, since it will determine how your hair falls. If you want your hair to fall towards your face, simply part the top at an angle. Once you are finished with your flat twist simply twirl the hair around your finger and form a bantu knot then secure it with a pin or rubber band. I let the twists set for about 6 hours before unraveling the twists and fluffing them out. I loved how much definition I was able to achieve after a few short hours.

I absolutely LOVED the results!


Tiffany Arlene
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