Transitioning Style: Bantu Knot Out on Stretched/Blown Out Hair


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

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 Or, if you like pictures follow Christina on Instagram @maneobjective.


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7 thoughts on “Transitioning Style: Bantu Knot Out on Stretched/Blown Out Hair

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

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