Simple Bantu Knot Out Style

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India of MyNaturalSistas shows how to do a simple and gorgeous bantu knot out style! Check it out:

What do you think ladies!? Would you try this?

Links to the products used in this tutorial: Shea butter, Miss Jessie’s ButterCreme, CURLS Pomade, large bobby pins.

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Black Girl With Long Hair

Black Girl With Long Hair

Leila, founding editor of Black Girl with Long Hair (April 2008), social media and black beauty enthusiast. When I'm not here, I'm moderating a Facebook group for black mothers called Black Moms Connect.

 
  • Jess

    This is India not Carmen

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    • http://blackgirllonghair.com Black Girl With Long Hair

      Oops!!! We’re correcting it now :)

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  • http://Eastofeden.me Alisha

    Love it!

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    • India

      Thank you, Alisha :)

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  • Sassy24

    Love it

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    • India

      Thanks, Sassy24!

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  • Tiffany

    I love this, this is so cute. Although my hair is a bit shorter than hers, and knowing how it never turns out as cute and exact as youtubers I’m still going to give this a shot! Have an anniversary party coming up so wish me luck!

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    • India

      Thank you, Tiffany!

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  • Meka

    2 cute!

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    • India

      Thank you, Meka!

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  • Kayla

    I love that you guys are featuring styles for shorter hair! I love her bantu knot out, but mine always looks ratchet and I’m forced to jump into the shower and wear a wash and go for the day. Her video is inspiration, so I’m going to keep trying. Hopefully I get it right.

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    • India

      Thank you, Kayla!

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  • Letitia

    Where did you buy the whipped shea butter?

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    • India

      I purchased it from the World Natural Hair Show in Atlanta. I think it’s a family owned business, they were very down to earth. I don’t they’re not well known, so we’re going to try and stock up on this time around and hopefully set up something with them because WE LOVE this shea butter! I tried to get mine as whipped and soft as theirs but I gave up… They were just packing it up right there on the spot 3 for $20. I will get more info when we go back to the WNHS April 26-28th!

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      • Letitia

        Ok wow that was a great deal! I would love to use it on my hair and my body. I look forward to getting more info.

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      • Sherri Alexander

        I want some too! 8-)

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  • Alwina

    Beautiful! Looking forward to trying your method very soon! Thank you for sharing!

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  • http://www.angelicmessanger.com Angelic Messanger

    Really cute.
    [img]http://blackgirllonghair.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/p_00126-2.jpg[/img]

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  • 7Fille

    Can I just say that I LOVE that you got hair product for Valentine’s Day? I can totally relate.

    P.S. Lovely hair!

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  • shelikes

    very pretty face and hair. i like that even though your hair is long, you are happy with a style that is short/midlength, lusciously thick and bouncy. i am so tired of all this emphasis on “stretching” hair. we have hair that to me is most pretty when it is in styles that highlight its natural density and curliness,kinkyness etc as opposed to length. the thick curls frame your face so nicely. hopefully one day you will do a video on your complete regimen.

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  • brittany

    I love watching those three ladies, India, Carmen and Toni! India is definitely my hair inspirations! Love them so much!

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  • NayeNee

    Loving this style! I can’t wait to try this!

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  • Benny

    I am in South Africa and you would think finding Shea butter would be simple, not! :( Iv been searching for it for a while. The bantu knots turn out lovely. I style for my hair to be curly at my friends wedding. But I need the Shea butter #sigh

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