Pretty Clarinet: I really love this style that you have done in this video. I am going to try this method. I love doing bantu knots in my hair it last for about 3-4 days but i am going to try it this way.
Pretty Clarinet: I see these products in walmart Is it good to use on transition hair or natural hair. I am looking for the paste i hear its wonderful for your edges. Mines so think I need something to hold it down better the olive oil edge control doesn't hold that long
NaturallyCe1209: my hair is type 4b and i've been natural 18 months and have shoulder length hair now, and I still can't get a nice bantu knot!! No matter what products I use or methods, tried them all. I do love this look, think i will try this tonight! Love your channel btw, been a follower since I was transitioning! :-)
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Petite TJ: At Target in San Diego.
Amber Coxfield: I can do this using Shea Moisture too right. I love it. I have to get flexi rods. The y have those here in china.
snugglez41685: Looked for this at my local Walmart in NY and couldn't find the products :(
mysmilewow: All I see in this video is your little ones face.
curliefro: That came out beautifully :)
girish sahu: wow super cool dude. my mom got shocked when she received the ipad3 from this website on behalf of me. be mature and do this, never forget to fill with your mail id and ph number. have a try and enjoy :) >-> bit.ly/12nGoTP?=kopobn
ashes4beuty: so does the paste get hold all day or does it get oily like jam by the end of the day???
The Modesta: Glad you shared this, my bantus come out funky too. I will try this method *crossing my fingers*.
constanceao: aww it's not at my walmart here in California :(
Chel 95: ooh ignore the question mark
Chel 95: awwwwhhh thanks and i will be doing that and i cant wait to see growth?
chocodeluxe: I love the curl control paste!
Fleurdelis35: Your hair is beautiful. I always enjoy your vids. I also use the Creme Brule and Passion Fruit Control Paste, and right now I'm using the Goddess Curls Botonical Curls Gel from Curls along with the Creme Brule. The two together are great, and it gives you a little more hold than just using the Creme Brule especially if you live in a humid area.
CHOCOVIXEN85: that stuff probably smells great
msdeev1: Oh did I miss one? You took your sew-in out? What was the progress ? Will you do it again? How was your hair when you took it out?
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