Emily McClure has thin hair, a super-busy life, and a real passion for beauty products. She’d heard the hype about Wen: how the non-shampoo cleanser/conditioner/styling product could transform ordinary hair into a glorious mane of luscious locks. So she decided to give Wen by Chaz a try, but not a casual one. Emily set up a documented testing to see if the Fig variety of WEN could really do what it claimed and make her hair thoroughly loveable. The answer? According to the article Emily published on Bustle.com (http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened), Wen by Chaz Dean really works, but you have to be careful how you use it.
At the time, the product seemed to be working, giving her hair body and bounce. The next morning, however, she was less than thrilled: her hair felt heavy and greasy at the roots. Not to be daunted, Emily tried the product during a morning shower and was delighted with the results: a head full of healthy, shiny, bouncy locks. After several more days of experimentation, she concluded that, for her, Wen (http://www.guthy-renker.com/products/beauty/wen-haircare/) was an excellent product if used on a daily basis and after a morning shower. The message? Experiment for yourself and see how Wen by Chaz works for your hair. Chances are you’ll be thrilled.
Wen by Chaz was developed by Chaz Dean for the celebrities flocking to the tranquility of his purposely low-key Hollywood salon. Believing passionately that natural is best and that harsh chemicals have no place in his beauty products, Chaz created a gentle cleansing treatment that would eliminate the sulfates found in ordinary shampoo. Wen by Chaz cleans, conditions, deep-conditions, and detangles the hair, at the same time working as a leave-in conditioner to give body and lustrous sheen. It’s a revolutionary product created by a revolutionary genius of hair-care.