Jan 19, 2013

Bantu Knots FAIL


Once again another wash day has come and gone. This time I decided to try out Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Shine Shampoo and Curl & Style Milk. I still had a rain check from CVS and ended up getting them BOGO free which made it even better. I did a pre-poo/hot oil treatment using olive oil and coconut oil, then shampooed once. After detangling with conditioner I used the curl milk and my denman brush to clump my curls together and set my hair for twists. After twisting I turned them into Bantu Knots, using coconut oil at the base to reduce frizz which was a fail because Bantu Knots take FOREVER to dry.  

No pictures of the results, they weren't that bad but the dampness caused a bit of shrinkage.
How long does it take for your Bantu Knots to dry?





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