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A big chal­lenge of tran­si­tion­ing is deal­ing with mul­ti­ple tex­tures — the curly new growth and the straight ends. This ban­tu knot out style is the per­fect way to incor­po­rate both. Check it out.

Here are links to the prod­ucts and tools used in this video:
Helen of Troy Ceram­ic Series Blow Dry­er
ApHogee Ker­at­in & Green Tea Restruc­tur­iz­er Spray
TRE­Sem­me Heat Tamer Pro­tec­tive Spray
Gar­nier Fruc­tis Sleek & Shine Serum
Shea Mois­ture Coconut Hibis­cus Curl & Style Milk
Bob­by Pins

What do you think ladies? Would you rock this look?

Christina Patrice

Born, raised, and liv­ing in Los Ange­les, Christi­na is BGLH’s res­i­dent tran­si­tion­ing expert and pro­duct junkie. In addi­tion to lov­ing all things hair, she is a fit­ness novice and advo­cate of wear­ing san­dals year-round. For more infor­ma­tion on tran­si­tion­ing, nat­u­ral hair, and her own hair jour­ney, vis­it maneobjective.com. Or, if you like pic­tures fol­low Christi­na on Insta­gram @maneobjective.

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7 Comments on "Transitioning Style: Bantu Knot Out on Stretched/Blown Out Hair"

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Benny

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[…] And there are also styles you could do with your own hair to blend in both tex­tures like roller sets (good old salon wash and set), ban­tu knots and ban­tu knot-outs. […]

RukiyatG

I love it!

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Love JAH

I love this style…
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Diva_Ri

Loved the def­i­n­i­tion. I like that she did this style with afford­able prod­ucts. And her tech­nique seems easy enough so any­one could try.

Danielle

O…M…G…i love it. My hair is still a lot short­er than this but I’m try­ing this asap.

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