August 14, 2022


Marsai Martin's Braided Bantu Knots Shine on the "Nope" Premiere

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Marsai Martin is providing up a masterclass within the versatility of Bantu knots, and attendees of the “Nope” premiere simply acquired their first lesson. Martin attended the occasion rocking her now-signature ’90s supermodel lip and a enjoyable graphic winged liner that completely accented her tender, smoky eye. Her braided Bantu-knot coiffure took all the look to much more futuristic heights.

The model, created by hairstylist Alexander Armand, was good for the event. To begin, Martin’s hair was already in hip-length braids that had a couple of blond items scattered all through. For the Bantu knots, her hair was divided into two with the decrease half left to move down her again and the higher half receiving the model. The entrance portion of her hair was sectioned off into 4 components, and every Bantu knot was positioned throughout her head to imitate the look of a crown. To wrap up the model, two single braids have been used to border all sides of her face and her child hairs have been laid to perfection.

Bantu knots are a simple summer time coiffure that may be dressed up or down relying on the vibe you are going for. Martin’s “Black-ish” costar Yara Shahidi was additionally not too long ago noticed within the model on a tropical getaway. Shahidi’s model of the model noticed the ends of the knots being omitted as an alternative of totally tucked in, giving all the coiffure a boho-chic vibe.

Should you’re in search of new methods to model your braids, take a peek at Martin’s Bantu-knot model under.

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