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Top 10 Posts of 2017

2017 seemed to have come and gone quite quickly. I seriously don’t recall much of the year other than CJs many hospital visits.

In spite of my son’s many medical challenges this past year, I still made it a priority to consistently update Fine Natural Hair and Faith with Informative articles. It’s seems the subject of Indian Herbal hair care was of most interest.

Below you will find the top ten posts for 2017:

#10: NEW Hair Regimen Using Mostly Natural and Herbal Hair Products

#9: Results from Using the Henna Gloss from Curly Proverbz

#8: Updated Hair Regimen for MahoganyCurls Hair Growth Challenge

#7: Results and Review: Eco Styler Castor Oil & Flaxseed Gel

#6: Wash Day With The Mane Choice Hair Solution

#5 Curly Proverbz Cassia Hair Gloss + Growth Tea Rinse RESULTS

#4: An Unexpected Twist Out w/ The Mane Choice 24K Gold Twisting Gel

# 3: Curly Proverbz New Herbal Hair Care Line

#2: How to Achieve The Best Wash ‘N Go on Fine Natural Hair

#1 Three Alternative Natural Hair Lines to Shea Moisture

Those were the top posts for 2017 but there are also guides here on Fine Natural Hair and Faith. The top pages guide for 2017 is….

Simple Ancient Indian Herbal Hair Care Guide

Shocker? Well, I told you Indian herbal hair care is hot up in here! It’s no wonder the most popular guide is all about herbal hair care

Note: I will not be able to post much if at all during the month of February 2018. CJ will be having spinal surgery on January 29th. I will try to update everyone on his progress but may only be able to do quick updates on my Facebook or Instagram.

In spite of it all, Here’s to an even brighter 2018!

Michelle Smith
Michelle is a Christian special needs mom residing in the NYC area who shares useful tips to grow and maintain fine natural hair. She's a published author and Creator of Fine Natural Hair and Faith, inspiring others with faith for living along side knowledge on how to care for their "crown."

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