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Bantu Knot Updo

Products Used: Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Creme Brulee,  Eco Styler Olive Oil Styling Gel

 1. Start with clean damp hair. Gel you hair in the back up in a twist. Twist should be going from neck up to the crown of your head.
 2. Take all loose hair and place into medium size Bantu Knots.

 3. Place a small amount of gel on your back edges to ensure your hair drys smoothly.
 4. Place a scarf tightly on your hair the knot should be in the front and NOT in the back.
 4. Once hair is dry, remove scarf and unravel Bantu knots.
 5. Remember to apply Shea Butter to your fingers to avoid frizz. When breaking up the Bantu knot place your index finder in the middle and work your way down to add fullness to your style.

 6. Place Gel on front edges

7. Tie scarf to secure edges. When you tie the knot to secure the scarf ensure that it is where your part is, this way it will not make an indent on a smooth area.

8. Once gel dries remove scarf, fluff hair as desired.

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