WEN by Chaz is a cleansing conditioner not a shampoo. The rich, non foaming formula does not contain sulfites that can strip hair’s natural moisture. The product has a loyal Hollywood following among those with coarse, unruly or exceptionally dry manes. But will Wen by Chaz heavily moisturizing formula weigh down fine hair?
Emily McClure from Bustle.com is determined to find out. In her article I Used Cleansing Cleansing Conditioner On My Fine Hair & Here’s What Happened, the salon professional tests Wen by Chaz for an entire week and documents her results.
Like magic, she found her hair to be extra shiny, bouncy and thick after just one use. Her only concern was the amount of product that she needed to use. Wen advises 10X the amount of normal shampoo or a minimum of 24 pumps for long hair. Since the sephora hair care kit replaces five products, including shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, leave in conditioner and weekly treatments, Wen by Chaz might still free up some space on the shower shelf.
However, just like Cinderella’s dress for the ball, she found that all the hair magic had disappeared the next morning. She was left with greasy flat hair. Yet the devoted reviewer kept trying Wen by Chaz for the entire week. Visit Guthy-Renker to know more about Wen.
Her conclusion is that Wen by Chaz transformed her fine hair into soft and beautiful locks for about 12 hours. After that it was flatter and greasier than if she had cleansed with a traditional shampoo. Wen is available online on Total Beauty‘s website.
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