WEN cleansing conditioners have been around for near ten years, and over that period of time has helped many women transform their hair for the better. As many women know, there are tons of products out there that make a lot of promises they are never able to deliver on. This is frustrating to experience, especially with the high cost of many products out there. Emily McClure did a review on the WEN hair care line from Chaz Dean herself in order to put its promises to the test. Emily is a writer for Bustle Magazine and a hair stylist herself.
She tried out the product for a week to see if it would work on her hair, which she was skeptical because she has always had difficult dealing with her very fine hair. But, to her surprise, Wen started to show off its power within a couple days of use. She noticed the effects it was having and documented it with photos showing the before and after. Once she completed her test, she published her review of the product and happily revealed her overall positive conclusion. Chaz Dean’s cleansing conditioner is capable of working on all types of hair because of the special 5 in 1 formula he used to create it, which took a lot of trial and error.
WEN cleansing conditioners are also made up of all natural ingredients only, so they are free of sulfates and other chemicals that are known to be harmful to the hair. For the different needs of women, there are different types of WEN conditioners. Emily herself used the Fig version of the product. Each bottle of WEN comes at the low cost of $40, available on both Sephora and Guthy-Renker, because Chaz Dean wanted women to be able to experience beautiful and healthy hair without needed to spend tons of money at a salon for their products.
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