I came across an article on Bustle.com and was impressed by a very honest review of Wen by Chaz. While I don’t typically trust online reviews fully, this one was very genuine. It followed the writer for a week as she used Wen’s famous cleansing conditioner each day. The writer provided photos and very interesting details about her day-to-day hair fluctuations that I found incredibly interesting.
The original article can be found on Bustle.com here: https://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened
Each day she described her use of WEN by Chaz. She started with how much of the product was needed to be used and then detailed her hair’s texture, ability to hold style, and overall look and feel. Her review was very genuine and offered insight into the Wen product. The commercials make it seem like it must be too good to be true. Her YouTube published review however showcased that it was an excellent product, although no product is a true miracle in a bottle, as it takes time to work with your specific hair.
The review focused not just on the use of Wen but on the writer’s very thin hair. I was surprised at how well Wen immediately worked with her hair. On day 2 the photo she provided already showed her hair more shiny and softer than the day before. While each day she made diligent notes, the end result was a series of compliments from her friends on the noticeable difference in softness and shine as well as a recommendation that Wen by Chaz worked well in her thin hair.
If you are not familiar with Wen Cleansing Conditioner by Chaz Dean, http://chazdean.com/, it is a product that gently cleanses your hair while deeply conditioning it. This means you can eliminate five products (shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, leave-in and detangler) with just one bottle of sulfate free Wen.
For more details, visit wen.com.