Wen is a popular hair care line, which offers products like shampoo, styling treatment, and conditioner. These products can be used on any hair depending on your preference. In this case, we will talk about the Fig Version, which keeps the hair moist, bouncy, and shiny.
Testing the Conditioner on Fine Hair
The test was done in seven days on Emily McClure’s hair. Normally, she would use a small amount to clean both her hair and scrap, but Wen required double the amount. On the first day, her hair was very greasy. She got into the shower, pumped the product in her hand, massaged it on her hair and scrap, let it soak for a few minutes then rinsed it off. Every woman’s worst nightmare is hair breakage. To her surprise, only a few strands fell off. Also, her hair felt thicker. After blow-drying, her hair was more shiny and bouncy.
The next day, her roots were greasy, which was unusual. It would take at least two days to get the scrap oily without washing the hair. On the third day, the roots were less greasy though oily. She washed the hair again, this time being a little careful to wash the leftovers, just in case they were making her hair greasy. The fourth day, the results were the same. On the fifth day, she decided to curl her hair. The waves fell off faster than normal though the hair was super soft. On day sixth and seven the hair had the same results yet more shiny. This boosted her confidence after struggling to make her hair look great the previous days.
Wen by Chaz
Chaz Dean started the brand in the year 2000. He believed that natural hair could be maintained without necessarily harming your scalp with chemicals. This motivated him to be a hairstylist and has since then established successful salons. Wen remains the most popular shampoo for the last 16 years having sold over 40 million bottles.
The Wen products are perfect for people who have fine hair and make a point of washing and styling them on a daily basis. Wen products are available on Sephora retail stores and can also be purchased online on Wen.com and the Chaz Dean store (http://chazdean.com/store.aspx).
For more info, visit the Wen YouTube channel.