|Bantu Knots and tough sleeping.|
I will admit that I watched one of KimmayTube's videos and decided to try her method since I had this blown out big hair going on. In the morning I poured some jojoba oil on my hands and took the knots out. After separating the knots a little (being careful to avoid frizz) I ended up with this finished look below.
|Can I say luscious, wavy, cascading curls. What more can a girl ask for from a Bantu Knot out!|
Well, I absolutely love the results! I got these cascading wavy curls and got to keep the fullness and volume of my big hair. All I can say is WOW! Now that hubby of mine was kinda pawing at me. Touching my hair and sniffing my neck. I thought he was going to take a bite out of my neck because he wouldn't leave me alone. I first thought it was the delicious turkey pot pie I made today, which could of contributed to the sniffing. Big hair I guess equals lots of attention, or he feels like he can pet me because usually I'm telling him not to touch (my hair) because I don't want my curl definition to be messed up.
Anyway, at school it was either "I love it!", or "What did you do with you hair?", or the safe comment "I like your flower". I found that throughout the day I was constantly pushing my bangs out of my eyes. Hello, that hasn't happened in over two years! I find that with the Bantu Knot out, my hair continued to fall and get bigger. The next time I try this I should probably do more knots or separate the knots less. I don't know if I will get to wearing a bun this week. With awesomely wavy hair and the cold temps, down may be in order. Until next time...