WEN hair by Chaz Dean has been touted as one of the best advancements in beauty care as of late. Although we hear a lot about how great WEN is for hair and how it improves the look and health of hair, is it to be trusted? Can we trust the claims made by Chaz Dean on QVC and will our hair truly look like the model’s voluminous and healthily conditioned hair in the videos?
The answer is yes. How do we know? Beauty writer for Bustle and professional hair stylist Emily McClure tried WEN Cleansing Conditioner so we could get a first hand view of how it will affect our strands. Original Bustle article here:
Emily tried the sephora sweet almond mint cleansing conditioner so we know from the results that this particular formulation of WEN will work for fine hair as well as thicker and drier hair. Emily found that after washing with Wen hair for a week her hair felt silkier, shinier, bouncier, and easier to manage. It is apparent by the pictures she took that her hair also looked the way it felt. The mega watt shine imparted by the WEN has to do with two factors. The natural botanical oils contained in WEN help to keep it shiny and soft, but the WEN cleansing conditioner also does not strip the hair of natural oils. WEN does a great job of removing dirt and impurities without stripping away the hair’s natural oil so stands stay protected by the natural oils creating softness and shine while preventing breakage.
It is safe to say that after Emily’s trial with WEN we could feel confident to use it on our fine hair and recommend it to anyone with thicker or damaged hair as well.
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