When most of us reach for the shampoo, we never read the back of the bottle, unaware that lots of harsh detergents and ingredients are present. That’s why the Wen hair system by Chaz Dean [http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] is an entirely different experience. His amazing cleansing conditioners are made of natural botanicals, chosen for their effectiveness at re-building strong hair and returning shine and bounce to every strand.
Bustle.com beauty blogger Emily McClure was curious about the no-shampoo method the famous LA stylist had developed, so she decided to take a 7-day WEN challenge to see if her limp, fine locks could be rescued. She chose the Sephora FIG version of cleansing conditioner that is designed for extra body, moisture and manageability.
If Chaz Dean had not used a lather shampoo on himself or his celebrity clientele for the past 23 years, then his WEN cleansing conditioners must be the real deal.
Emily McClure posted her 7-day test, along with daily hair selfies so readers could see her bouncy, shiny tresses by WEN.
Emily McClure enjoyed using the Wen hair system in the shower, as she felt her hair had doubled in thickness. After she rinsed, she was easily able to de-tangle her hair, blow-dry it and style it, and the photos bear the proof. Her hair looked stunning, and her close friends immediately noticed the difference in high shine.
Emily’s hair began to get used to the daily routine of AM washes with WEN, and that’s the key to achieving the best results with Chaz Dean’s hair care line. If Emily skipped a wash or tried using WEN in a nighttime routine, her hair flattened out and got greasy. She admits to being a lazy girl when it comes to her hair.
Other than that minor adjustment, Emily McClure would recommend WEN for strong, shiny hair.