Summer is here, and unfortunately for our hair that can mean dried out locks that lack body. Although there are many products on the sephora beauty market claiming to rejuvenate parched hair, it is hard to be sure of the claims until shelling out money for them and simply hoping for the best. WEN hair by Chaz Dean is one of those cleansers, and Emily McClure wrote an article for Bustle recapping her experience with the five-in-one shampoo and conditioner.
Those of us with fine hair know that it is quite easy to weigh our hair down with too much product. It ends up looking greasy, limp, and ultimately makes for a pretty bad hair day. Emily noted that she has fine hair, and was a bit alarmed with the amount of product that WEN suggests using. The first day she used it, it was apparent even from photos that her hair was squeaky clean with a whole lot of body. This was a good start to the experiment.
The next few days, Emily said that washing her hair with WEN at night was just not a practical option. It gave it a great amount of shine, but weighed hair down in the morning after sleeping on it for eight hours. Emily noted that washing in the morning provided fantastic results, it just was not something that would mesh with her routine. The bottom line seemed to be that thicker hair may respond better to occasional washes with Wen hair, but finer hair may have to cleanse more frequently. WEN Hair Care products are also available at eBay.
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