How Wen by Chaz works on fine hair

WEN has been around for many years and promotes itself as an all-in-one product that eliminates the need for traditional shampoo, conditioner and styling products. Intrigued by the promises of WEN Hair, fashion and beauty writer Emily McClure (who has fine hair) shared her experience on Bustle.com.
Initial impression
At first, the recommended amount of Wen hair seemed too much for Emily who usually uses significantly less shampoo. Nonetheless, as her experiment required using the recommended amount of the Fig version of WEN, she applied 10 pumps of the product into her hair the first time. During the first application, Emily reported that her hair felt thicker, that there seemed to be more of it and that less fell out in the shower. Following her hair washing with a blow dry, she was pleased with her bouncy, shinier hair.

Seven-day experiment
The next morning Emily discovered that her hair roots were greasy already and her hair appeared flat. She didn’t have time to fix her hair before heading out but she did wash it that evening and obtained the same bounce and shine from her first use. Although her roots were less greasy the third morning, she decided to shower before heading out and continued doing that every day.

Conclusion
Emily believes that the WEN Cleaning Conditioner can work well for women with fine hair who have the time to wash their hair and style it every single morning, but that it might not be the best every day hair cleanser for someone who doesn’t have as much time. Wen Hair is available for order online on amazon.com


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  1. Her hair remained shiny through the day but still fell flat and she experienced similar results as her seven-day Wen hair experiment continued. Anyone who has flipped through infomercials on QVC has come across advertisements for the WEN Hair care system. It is a very nice thing for custom essay writing services to do the needful all along.

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