Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Bantu Knots:Toddler Version

So Little L's twists got very frizzy from being moisturized daily.I  moisturized her twists and sealed with our Shea butter mix.
 I parted her twists in three sections, two in the front and one big section in the back.




Each section was threaded at the base, then the rest of the twists were braided and tucked under into bantu knots.


To secure the "knots", the base was threaded again. This style should last for a week. I will just spray with a Shea Moisture Moisture and Hold mist every two to three days or so.



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10 comments:

  1. Aww... she is too cute with her Bantu KNots :)

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  2. Such a cute style and she looks so happy. Little L is absolutely adorable!

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  3. ur daughter is beautiful.
    God bless her

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  4. @Nikki
    Thanks Hun. Yeah..I finally got a picture of her smiling.

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  5. @aloted
    Thanks sis. She is very precious!!

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  6. @Vee
    Thanks sis. I love those Bantu Knots on her. Will definitely do them more

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