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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Bantu Knot Crown

C wanted a bun with some of her hair left down, and I wanted to do bantu knots for the last day of school since she has only worn them to school once this year.  I wanted something fun and a little different looking, and this is what I ended up with...

This is pretty self explanatory, but I'll explain it anyway.  For this style, I just divided C's hair into 2 sections, front and back.  Then I  made 5 triangle shaped parts in the front section and twisted the hair from each triangle into a Bantu knot.

This isn't the most creative style, but it was something that could be done in a short amount of time. (Which worked out great because C didn't feel like having her hair styled!)
I put the back section of her hair into a few medium sized twists the night before and took them down for a twist out, which looked much prettier in person.

I'm not sure if I really liked how this style looked from the front, but here it is anyway.
This is just a quick and simple hairstyle that I thought looked cute.  Hopefully I'll have better pictures soon, but until then I probably won't be coming up with anything too special to do with C's hair.  : /


  1. I like this! Not too fancy but not too plain. I have a lil girl and all I can do so far is bantu knots so I might give this style a try thanks!

  2. Very pretty!

  3. Very nice, simple yet pretty. I did a similar style on my daughter and she loved it.


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