Today I am going to show you how to achieve this style for your little angels; the same tutorial applies to adults as well.
This is a quick and simple style to do, you can wear it for any occasion so stay with me if you want to rock this style .
Bear in mind that you might not get the same results depending on:
· How Thick or thin your hair is
· Starting on damp or dry hair
STEP 1: Prepare your hair
Prepoo, Shampoo and Condition your hair the way you usually do. No special shampoo or hair care products are required for this step.
STEP 2: Forming the Twist
I used the LOC method after conditioning.
The curl definition cream and gel to each individual hair section were applied prior twisting.
The size of the twist will depend on how short or long your hair is. For short hair small size is perfect, while with long ones can make big size or small as well , do what you think is best for you or the final look you would like to achieve.
The curls pattern will vary, depending on the size of the twist it works same like flexi rods the bigger you use the bigger curl you get and the smaller you use the smaller you get.
NB: If you don’t have any of the products mentioned above, don’t stress out just apply whatever products you have in hand. The Jamaican Mango locs gel were used because I could not get rid of them as you are aware before I Big Chopped I had dreadlocs so until the stock last(finishes)will be using it to twist my daughter’s hair and mine.
When your twists set are done, start Bantu Knot them. Again depending on your length, small elastic bands may be needed to prevent bantu knot to unravel
STEP 4: Bantu Knot Twist Out
The longer you leave Bantu Knot Twist in, the stronger the set for your Bantu knot twist-out, and the longer it’s likely to last. You can divide the curls and tease the root with a comb for a fuller look .
Style and accessorize as desired.
If you have any questions , would be glad to answer them.
And you what products do you use to achieve this style?