I’m pregnant and on bed rest so I’ve been watching a lot of TV and after so many infomercials I started to wonder how good Wen hair products by Chaz Dean really are. This is when I visited totalbeauty.com and found an article by Emily McClure on Bustle.com, you can read the article yourself by following this link http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened.
Basically WEN products claim to give you celebrity quality hair and this woman who works as a salon hairstylist put the product to a seven day challenge. The WEN product she used was the Sephora endorsed Sweet Almond Mint cleansing conditioner. It is ment to be an all-in-one product so you are not using separate shampoos, conditioners, and finishing products on your hair. Think of a salon quality Pert Plus of the 1980’s. The author had naturally thin and fine hair like my own so I was curious of her experiment and the results. She was looking for what the product promised moisture, bounce, and shine. She used the product for seven days straight and documented the results daily. On day one she was skeptical especially for the amount of product she was required to use per the directions on the bottle. However, to her surprise she noted that her hair did feel thicker within minutes of using the product. As the week continued she was amazed at how soft and full her hair looked and she did comment that less strands were clogging up her shower drain. I can completely relate to that observation. By day six her friends complimented her on how shiny her hair was. Finally by day seven she a hair care professional came to the conclusion that WEN products by Chaz Dean were worth the hype and she would be using them on her own hair in the future.
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