Hair Care, Hair Issues, Victories

Dear Tasha: Episode 2

On this episode of Dear Tasha, we tackled some of the most difficult issues we’ve  encountered in maintaining healthy natural hair. One thing that I believe is, there’s no solid regimen for each person. Our hair talks to us daily, and we have to learn how to listen to it.

When our hair needs more moisture, it tells us by becoming dry and brittle.

When our hair becomes weak and fragile, and lacks overall nutrients, it tells us by excessive breakage and shedding.

When our hair doesn’t like a product that we are using, it tells us by flaking and becoming stiff.

When our hair begins to feel the effects of us mismanaging stress, it tells us by shedding.

This list goes on and on.

If you’ve ever wanted to know whether you should use glycerin in the winter, how to balance protein, how to combat frizz, how often you should trim your ends, and how to retain moisture, you’ll learn about all of those things and more on this 2nd episode of Dear Tasha. Our third episode will be live on Tuesday, February 14th at 8pm EST! Send us your natural hair questions and we will answer them LIVE!

If you missed the last episode, you can catch the recap below. <3

I am Tasha and I am the Founder of Naturally Smitten. I have been natural since 2007. I didn’t transition for very long because I was very excited about becoming natural. I BC’d after transitioning for only four months. My 4a/4b (mostly 4b) hair is very thick and coily. It takes a lot to retain moisture. My hair also loves to tangle and knot up! I have had a difficult time finding the “right” product for my hair. Many of the products that I have tried, didn’t leave me with enough moisture. I decided to create a moisturizer that would hydrate and moisturize coarsely textured hair. I want to educate women on how to care for their natural hair and how to maintain healthy length. Follow us at Naturally Smitten as we embark on our journey of loving our natural hair and embracing every coil. Live, learn + love your natural hair!

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