Recap of Cleansing Conditioner in the Wen Haircare Line

Even after several accounts of possible bad side effects of the Wen hair care line, Emily McClure decided to try their product and review it on Bustle. Here is the link https://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened. Emily is an avid haircare fanatic who decided, despite the bad reports, it was well worth trying to find out if the “amazing” haircare line was worth all the hype it was getting. She opted for the Wen Fig version that promises moisture, bounce, and shine.

Emily goes on the describe her hair as a greasy/frizzy, unruly mess and in desperate need of a shower. As she begins the process, she starts by reading the directions and realizing that the recommended use amount is quite a large number, especially for someone with fine hair. There are then photos that show the separate amounts of a regular amount of a shampoo used and the recommended amount of Wen product to use.

After following the directions and continuing this process for seven days. Even though Emily found that her hair did not stay curled for long, her hair was beginning to really gleam. She even got compliments on how shiny her hair was, while out with friends. Overall, she found that the product is wonderful for a person who showers and styles their hair daily, but not for those who shower nightly or not every day.

The Wen by Chaz Dean hair care line is one of the most known haircare products out on the market today. This product claims to take any damage done to hair and repair it. There are several different lines for each type of hair that could be out there. The products are Sephora available and can also be ordered directly from the Guthy-Renker website.

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