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How To: Perfect Smooth & Sleek Bantu Knot Out on Natural Hair – No Frizz

Hey Sistas! Are you looking for the perfect smooth and sleek Bantu Know Out tutorial for your natural hair? Well, look no further! I seriously love this natural hairstyle! Bantu knot outs always come out so pretty! I’m shocked it took me so long to create another tutorial on them. My first tutorial was a two strand twist bantu knot out on kinky curly hair. This is my first attempt at doing it on dry, blown out hair, and I love the results! Lets get started!

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The Process:

Step 1: Start with freshly washed, detangled hair that has been sectioned into about 10 large twists
Step 2: Unravel the first twist, place half of the hair that was twisted above the section that you’re working on, and add a hair clip to secure it
Step 3: Spray your heat protectant to the section
Step 4: Start from the bottom with the dryer and work your way up to your roots. Pass it through your hair at different angles – from the bottom, top, etc.
Step 5: Repeat steps 3 & 4 until you’ve completed your entire head
Step 6: Section the blown out hair with your hair clips
Step 7: Start from the back and grab a small portion of hair from one of your section and apply your product
Step 8: Begin tightly winding/twisting the hair, starting at the roots, and continue down until the hair starts to curl on itself
Step 9: Bring the hair up and Wrap the it around at the roots in a ball shaped knot
Step 10: Keep twisting until you get to the ends and tuck it under the knot
Step 11: Turn the knot as if you’re screwing in a light bulb so the hair stays in place
Step 12: Repeat steps 7-10 until you’ve completed your entire head
Step 13: Sleep in a satin bonnet and when you wake up the next morning, begin carefully unwinding the bantu knots as if you’re unscrewing a light bulb
Step 14: After you’ve taken down all of the knots, start separating the hair where it naturally wants to part. If a section doesn’t want to separate, leave it alone so you don’t create frizz
Step 15: Use your hair pick to add some volume and achieve your desired look
Note: Pineapple your hair at night to maintain this style

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That’s it! Let me know if you end up trying this bantu know out tutorial in the comments or in The Sistahood Forum! And subscribe to our YouTube channel to view more videos and stay updated on new uploads!

XOXO,
India

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Written by India

India is the oldest sister in the trio. She loves sharing natural hair styles, tips, and inspiring women to embrace their natural beauty.

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