Thursday, April 12, 2012

Bantu Knots/ Week 4 of "Hidden Ends Challenge"



















Look at all that shine!!. Jane Carter's Nourish and Shine is fabulous.
             So, in case you missed this post, we are on our 4th week of the "Hidden Ends" Challenge. It 's been going great so far and I see great results already as she is retaining length better, especially in the back, where she seems to loose hair the most.

I used the African Threading method to plait her hair. I like this method because it allows me to add length to her hair for easier manipulation. Rubber bands were used to secure and hide the the ends of the threads.

Maintenance: Her hair was heavily moisturized and sealed before it was styled, so we only spray moisturizing mist once, and she wears the style for a week.

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4 comments:

  1. Love the Nourish & Shine! Little L steals the show again :)

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  2. Your daughters hair looks amazingly healthy!,I normally grease my daughters scalp with either coconut oil,my shea butta mix,or my bee mine hair serum which works gr8 btw!,lOl I totally jus got off subject!,I love ta see women like me that really shows so much concern abwt there daughters hair...of course I need ta get a lil bit betta with mine tho,I've notice ya hair is jus as healthy as ya daughters as well & u take very gud care of it & post so many creative styles wow!,u can tell when a persons hands are blessed (smiles) I encourage u ta keep on encouraging me wayyyyyyy ova here in s.c.lOl be blessed in YahWehs name! (Shalom)

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