Emily McClure of Bustle used Wen‘s Cleansing Conditioner for a full week so you don’t have to. She concluded that the conditioner would be most beneficial to those who style their hair daily. The conditioner tends to weigh down fine straight hair but if you style your hair frequently as mentioned before then this shouldn’t be much of an issue. Ten pumps of Wen’s Cleansing Conditioner are required regardless of hair length. McClure received compliments for her hair’s shine and bounce after using the conditioner for only a few days.
Wen is an extensive hair care line that offers products to any hair type, texture, and length. Products by Wen are a great alternative to the hair products available on the market today since they are sulfate free and keep your hair’s health in the forefront. It’s been proven that most shampoos are detrimental to our hair and the good news about Wen’s products is that once you start using them the use of any shampoo is no longer needed.
Their products are not tested on animals and they are all manufactured in the United States. Wen’s Cleansing Conditioner is a leave in product and acts as a detangler, shampoo, conditioner, and even deep conditioner so for the price you’re receiving an all in one product. If your roots become heavy, like McClure’s fine straight hair, Wen recommends using their Replenishing Treatment Mist between uses of the Cleansing Conditioner. It will give your hair that needed pick me up and provide hydration to hair follicles for longer periods of time. See, https://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E.
Before Chaz Dean was revolutionizing the hair product world he was a photographer. He actually became interested in hair care through photography. After taking some photography courses he enrolled into a cosmetology school. He started working at the high end Bel Air salon in Los Angeles. He moved up the ladder fairly swiftly and later became the owner of Bel Air salon. The salon relocated to Hollywood where it became known as the Chaz Dean Studio. This is where Chaz began his work on Wen. To learn more, check out the product infomercials on QVC or on YouTube.
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