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WEN hair is a line of natural hair care products designed by Los Angeles based stylist Chaz Dean. The products provide an alternative to traditional shampooing and the harmful effects of common lather-producing ingredients such as sodium lauryl sulfate. As a result unlike many of today’s harsher shampoos Wen does not lather.
Directions on the back of the container call for much more conditioner per cleaning than the average product. However, the Amazon sold product serves as a daily conditioner deep conditioner leave in conditioner shampoo and detangler in one. Making the cost of using extra pumps negligible.
Recently, Emily McClure of Bustle.com reviewed the QVC advertised product by using on her extremely fine hair for around a week. According to her review article at http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened the results were pretty good. Although Mcclure did mention her hair became greasy and flat throughout the day if she washed it at night rather than morning, a slight change to her routine seemed to make the product well worth the trial.
In her conclusion Emily found that Wen hair added a lot of shine even receiving compliments from friends. She felt her hair was thicker and more resilient to breakage almost immediately. McClure noted that her hair felt “thicker” almost immediately even while still in the shower. Her only issue was that it would work better for a daily morning routine rather than evening or every-other-day user.
So, if you are a daily morning user Of hair care products seeking something new Wen may work. A little extra poof and a ton of shine may be worth the early morning wash and style routine described by McClure. Visit http://www.wen.com/faq.html for more info.
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