Family Hair Care: Transitioning Bantu Knots & Kid Styles

Style Tutorial and Tool Review

In my friend Cherie’s household, wash day occurs once a week, and she has three heads of hair to manage. In this tutorial, I show you how I install bantu knots on Cherie’s transitioning hair, two-strand twists on her oldest daughter and coiled ponytails on her youngest.

By the way, after tackling all three of them at once, I want to send special love and hugs to my mommies out there managing their own hair along with their girls’ hair! I’m sure it takes a lot of time management and patience to get it all done each week. I hope this tutorial helps!


*These products were chosen because Cherie already has them in her possession at home. I wanted to show her how to use what she already has.

Total Time:

To set and style all of them (not including overnight setting) was about 4.5 hours.

Keep and Care:

Each of these ladies can maintain their styles by sleeping in a satin scarf, bonnet or combination of the two, and add oil to the scalp and hair as needed throughout the week.

2 Comments to Family Hair Care: Transitioning Bantu Knots & Kid Styles

  1. Thank you your tips can the 2 strand twist that was used on the 1st daughter also be used on transitioning hair with the same effect?

  2. Kia Miller // May 14, 2016 at 7:47 pm //

    You are awesome!! I am learning SO much from your tutorials and blog.

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