Emily McClure at Bustle was set on a mission to go forth and try WEN hair Cleansing Conditioner to see what all the fuss made by the QVC commercial about it. She learned some worthy information all while getting her hair in tip top shape.
McClure’s first few days using the no shampoo method, this is needed for the cleansing conditioner to work, were a bit rough. She felt her roots were oily and despite the effervescent shine her hair gave off, it just felt limp. By mid week, her attitude seemed to have come full circle. She even received numerous compliments from friends after a night out. “Your hair is so shiny!” One of them stated.
Sephora.com’s sweet almond mint cleansing conditioner product seems to weigh down straight fine hair, like McClure’s, it’s still able to protect and nourish hair whether it’s dyed often or frequently subjected to a straightener and curling iron. The 10 dollops from the dispenser may seem like a lot, even if you have short hair, but it’s necessary. There is no shampoo involved when using the cleansing conditioner so your hair needs the protection.
The Wen Hair product line is meant for any hair texture and style out there. Chaz Dean created the cleansing conditioner for those that want to awaken their hair’s hidden potential. Wen by Chaz is revolutionizing hair care products around the country. It all started when Chaz Dean left photography to become hair stylist to the stars, his love of photography is what inspired him to treat hair and show the rest of us how to achieve the tresses of our dreams. Now working in his salon called “Chaz Dean Studio” he is able to give what celebrities call a “haven” specifically because it keeps out paparazzi and prying eyes.
WEN hair FAQ’s here: http://www.wen.com/faq.html
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