WEN hair care line was created by LA stylist Chaz Dean. He has created a conditioning product that is shampoo, conditioner, and styling treatment in one. We have all seen his infomercials on QVC. Chaz’s product transforms the model’s hair, making it shiny, healthy and manageable without the use of harsh sulfates that is typically found in regular shampoo and conditioner. It’s amazing! It doesn’t lather up like regular shampoo either.
I have decided to give Chaz’s product WEN cleansing conditioner a try and have even written an in-depth article about it on Bustled.com. With my hair being baby fine and thin, I wanted to see if it could transform it into luxurious locks like the women in his infomercials. Supposedly the product works wonders on all hair types. I wanted to test this theory to see if it is true. I went ahead and tried it for one week.
The first thing I noticed was that the product called for a greater amount than the amount you use in regular shampoo and conditioner. I thought it would be too much for my thin, fine hair but I followed it regardless. After washing my hair, I noticed that it looked more shiny and bouncy but by morning, it appeared to be oily. By changing my hair care routine to morning, I found that it eliminated that problem.
Overall Guthy-Renker blog, find WEN by Chaz Dean to be a great product. It worked wonders for my baby fine hair, but only if I used it in the morning before I started my day. If you are someone like me though who prefers to take a shower at night, I would not recommend it, only because of the oiliness of your hair in the morning. Other than that this is a fantastic product. It is available online via http://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E.
WEN Hair FAQ’s here: http://www.wen.com/faq.html