Beauty Writer Tests Out WEN Cleansing Conditioner for Fine, Frizzy Hair

Most people are unaware that their regular shampoos and conditioners contain harsh sulfates, which actually weaken hair strands. That’s why famous LA stylist Chaz Dean created a gentler, no shampoo method for strong, glossy locks. His natural, pure cleansing conditioners are the answer to healthy hair, and people around the world say the Wen hair system is the best thing that ever happened to their hair.
The beauty of this sephora endorsed brand is simple, because it’s all contained in one WEN bottle: It takes the place of your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner. WEN is different from regular shampoos, so the more you use, the better the results.

Emily McClure was tired of fighting her fine, frizzy, boring hair, so she used the WEN system for seven days with a daily log and daily hair photos. She was hoping WEN could breathe bounce and body into her hair, so she embarked on a daily AM WEN wash.

Emily kept a record, and readers noticed she made a major mistake. Instead of using the 16-24 pumps of product for her medium length locks, she thought that was too excessive and only used 10 pumps each time. Therefore, it’s difficult to get an objective view of her results. Read it here: http://www.wen.com/before-after.html.

Emily’s hair selfies showed gorgeous shine and thickness when she used WEN every morning, then blow-dried and styled her hair. Her friends even complimented her on the new look she was sporting.

The let-down came when Emily skipped the routine by washing once at night and skipping the AM wash altogether. Those were the only times her hair fell flat and looked greasy. Once she returned her hair to the daily WEN Hair wash, the results were gorgeous.

Emily McClure says WEN delivers amazing results to those with better hair habits. Emily admits she’s hair-lazy.

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