Bantu Knots – Summer is here, and we all know what that mean…its Festival season! Love Box, Wireless and Latitude were a few weeks, and I’m sure there’s plenty more happening in the UK and abroad. Unfortunately for me I didn’t attend any of them, but just because I didn’t get to go doesn’t mean I can’t rock what I think is a festival must “rock-able” hairstyle; Bantu Knots!
House Of Fraser is running a blogger competition where you create your “Festival Hairstyles” using a product of House of Fraser hair care to complete the look. As the weather has hit maximum temperature, all I look for nowadays is comfort! Mostly at festivals, I want to feel free! Care-free, and not have nothing obstructing my view hence why I’ve gone for a simple yet chic hairstyle.
About Bantu Knots
Bantu Knots (also known as Zulu knots) is a hairstyle that is achieved when the hair is sectioned into diamond, triangle or square shapes and then twisted into knots. Bantu Knots is also a great way to define curls to the hair without using heat, curling rods or any instrument at make curls, and works well with any hair length or texture.
To achieve the perfect finish I used Aveda Control Paste Finishing Paste, this product is fantastic. I got the product in one of my goodie bags from an event and used it for the first time. I was very impressed with it! it a lightweight creamy paste that catches the littlest hair. It gives the hair just the right amount of shine and keeps the hair at bay. Below are pictures of me over the weekend on a night out and at the Yoruba Festival on Saturday.
What’s your ideal Festival HairStyle? And what product would you use?
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