All manner of hairstyles that were popular in the 90s are suddenly making a comeback – and the latest style we're welcoming back is bantu knots! Here's how to get the 2016 take on this African-origin 'do.
How To Get Bantu Knots
Traditional bantu knots requires an expert hand to recreate this specialty hairstyle. For naturally thicker hair, you'll want to book into a salon that specializes in African hairstyles so that your bantu knots can be styled by a professional.
However if your locks are naturally pin-straight, you can dabble in this trend by doing a variation on mini buns. Simply tie your hair into multiple tiny ponytails and then twist the lengths into a knot shape. Secure each knot with pins and set the whole style with a good hairspray like L'Oréal Professionnel Infinium Lacquer.