Bustle blogger Emily McClure was honest with her readers. She has fine, thin hair with occasional frizz and unmanageable features, and she was tired of dealing with it. Emily wanted that Hollywood hair she would see on the famous WEN YouTube ads, so she decided to give WEN by Chaz Dean [see, http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] a whirl.
Emily chose wisely, because Wen by Chaz is globally known for using a no lather shampoo system. Instead of the big, damaging detergent-filled formulas found in regular hair care products, Chaz Dean developed a healthier brand for big, beautiful hair. As a well-loved west coast star stylist, he used an holistic approach and created WEN by Chaz in unique cleansing conditioners. His line used zero sulfates but added healthy botanical ingredients, and best of all, could help hair of any type.
Emily kept a daily hair diary with hair selfies on her 7-day WEN hair challenge for Bustle.
Her medium length hair required using 16-24 pumps of product in the shower, but Emily thought that was excessive, compromising on 10 pumps, enough for short hair. Still, Emily began achieving excellent results with WEN on her daily morning washes.
As long as Emily followed with blow-drying and styling, her mane turned into a Hollywood head-turner. Her selfies show a young woman with enviable tresses. Emily was getting hooked on WEN, and her friends demanded to know what she was using.
Emily admits she’s a bit lazy and began getting lax on the routine. If she skipped the morning wash or tried to switch the schedule to nighttime, her hair fell flat.
Emily concluded that WEN by Chaz is a keeper, as long as you have the time and effort to complete each step. She would reach for the no lather experience again, if she had more time. Need Wen? visit Amazon.com to purchase.