Hair Care, Hair Issues, Victories

Dear Tasha

There’s one thing we can all agree on when it comes to caring for our natural hair. Sometimes, we have questions! It’s just as simple as that. We, at Naturally Smitten,  often receive numerous questions via email and social media on how to use our products and how to care for healthy natural hair. I’ve toyed around with the idea of having a chat on twitter but, I wanted something more personable and face to face.

We’d like to introduce “Dear Tasha.” This will be a weekly segment where we will address your natural hair questions LIVE on Facebook. We had our first live Q&A yesterday and I thoroughly enjoyed answering your questions! Here are the topics we discussed:

Dear Tasha, Help! I am struggling with my 4c hair. It always feels dry and i have no shine. I have been natural for 3 years and it feels like my hair has stopped growing. What am i doing wrong? Sandy C., NY

Dear Tasha, I have been natural my whole life. My husband doesn’t like when i wear my natural hair texture. He prefers that i straighten it. since i have been straightening it, I have suffered heat damage. Any advice on what I should do? Alisha, TX

Dear Tasha, What can I do to help my natural hair grow faster? Tabitha, UK

Send us your hair questions and we will gladly answer them live! Email us at hello [at] naturallysmitten.com and be sure to include “Dear Tasha” in the subject line. You can also send us your hair concerns via twitter and instagram with the hashtag #deartasha.

Missed yesterday’s session? Catch it below! 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾

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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