Editor's note: We hate goodbyes, but as you know, all good things must come to an end. Over the past few weeks, celebrity stylist, reality TV star, and author Tabatha Coffey has been blogging her expert hair advice, and the following post is her last. It's been wonderful having you write for us, Tabatha. We learned a great deal and will miss you!
So the time has finally come for me to wrap up here and continue on with a crazy multicity tour for my new book, It's Not Really About the Hair. This was my first stint as a blogger, and I have to say that I have enjoyed everything about it, from sharing my experiences to hearing from you on here and Facebook. I hope you all enjoyed my tips and tricks as much as I enjoyed sharing them with you. To see more details on how you can stay in touch with Tabatha, just keep reading.
If you have any further questions for me, or would just like to keep up to date with what I'm up to, I encourage you to follow me on my Facebook fan page. I actually do check it regularly and take the time to answer my fans' questions.
And if you would like to actually meet in person (I would love that!), also check on my Facebook page or personal website to see when I will be in your city on my book tour.
For those of you in the Atlanta area, I will be in town on March 10 at a charity head-shaving event at RíRá Irish Pub to support St. Baldrick's, a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives. If you would like to attend this event, find events in your area, or donate to St. Baldrick's, please visit www.stbaldricks.org. These wonderful organizations cannot help those who so desperately need it without our support!
Thanks you to BellaSugar for having me, and thank you so much for being such a wonderful blogging audience! Goodbye . . . for now.
Be sure to check out all of Tabatha's amazing posts from the past few weeks below:
How to get the most out of your shampoo and conditioner
Tabatha's top four tips for growing out your hair
Tabatha solves seven common hair emergencies
Tabatha's tips for getting the most out of salon consultations
Tabatha recommends five gorgeous hair trends