If you’ve seen the commercials for WEN hair shampoos and conditioners, you’ve probably been just a little curious about how well the products work. After all, several celebrities endorse Wen, and since the hair care line is made from natural ingredients, it’s appealing to those who want to eliminate the use of synthetic chemicals. If you want to know if Wen hair by Chaz Dean could possibly work for your hair, Emily McClure’s Bustle review may help.
McClure is a self-proclaimed hair care junkie, and wanted to see what all the buzz was about when it came to Wen products, so she tried Sephora advertised Fig conditioner. She states that the conditioner may her hair feel softer and frizz-free right away, even though she had to use double the amount she used for non-Wen products.
The next day, Emily said her hair was greasy, which normally happens after going about two days without washing her hair. However, she did notice that her hair was softer, even if it didn’t hold a curl for very long.
Emily’s friends even commented on how healthy and shiny her hair was after she’d been using the product for about a week. McClure says that, overall, Wen conditioner is a great product to have on hand for women with very fine hair who shampoo and condition daily. Visit the Wen hair website: wenhaircare.com.
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