- The style has recently set social media abuzz with women sharing images of themselves wearing it following Minnie Dlamini posting her version of the style with a caption that some critiqued.
- Social media controversy aside, YouTubers can tell you how this style can help lock moisture and generate buoyant curls.
- Others can reference ‘that’ Rihanna bantu knot look she sported on I-D Magazine.
- However, this hairstyle is by no means new, it's been increasingly embraced over the years.
This style is said to have roots in Southern Africa, but many Black women across the world have rocked the look – including Hollywood’s finest. Peep the looks of 15 celebrities who have put their own twists to this iconic hairstyle:
1. Kiki Layne
4. Tika Sumpter
6. Marsai Martin
7. Cardi B
8. Natasha Thahane
10. Amanda du Pont
11. Tracee Ellis Ross
12. Yara Shahidi
13. Blac Chyna
14. Amandla Stenberg
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