In an attempt to see if she could improve the overall condition of her dull, lifeless hair, a young woman decided to try one of the WEN cleansing conditioners she saw advertised on television. As a self described hair care fanatic, she wanted to see if the claims about WEN’s amazing properties were true. To help her determine if WEN actually did perform the way the advertisements claimed, she decided to keep track of the results she saw every day for one week. After completing one week of using WEN she compiled her results into an informative article she supplemented with color photos of her hair, which she then posted on Bustle.
The first difference the young woman noticed when using WEN was that it did not lather the way traditional shampoos do. As she worked the product into her hair she also noticed a difference in the way her hair felt. Her hair actually felt as though it was becoming thicker while she used the Fig version of WEN. The conclusion she came to after her week long experience with WEN, was that she did notice at the end of her day her hair did look shiner and healthier even though she admitted to using styling products to help hold it in place.
Specially Formulated to Restore Damaged Hair
The different versions of WEN by Chaz are designed to treat the various problems people have with their hair. All of the cleansing conditioners in the WEN line are sulfate free, which is why they do not lather like traditional shampoos. They also contain botanical elements derived from natural plant sources, which is why they can help repair damaged hair. The restorative properties in WEN can help add volume, body and shine to dull, lifeless hair as well as repair hair that has been over-processed through perming or coloring. Wen products are available on the Wen Website and the official Chaz Dean store (http://chazdean.com/store.aspx). Get yours today!
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