Ever had a bad hair day?
We all have and can blame it on the lather we find in our regular shampoos. Most are unaware that the lather is damaging our crowning glory, because harsh detergents known as sulfates create the suds. These sulfates weaken the hair shaft, creating dullness and even damage.
Popular west coast stylist Chaz Dean believed there had to be another way, and so he invented the famous WEN hair system with the no-lather shampoo formula. His cleansing conditioners are sulfate-free and gentle with natural botanical ingredients. His WEN system brings back radiance and healthy shine to every hair type in any condition.
Bustle beauty blogger Emily McClure wanted the bounce and gloss she saw in those famous WEN infomercials on QVC, so she decided to try out the system for seven days. She kept a daily hair log with selfies to chart her progress.
Since WEN’s unique cleansing conditioners are not lather shampoos, the customer is encouraged to use a lot of product to properly wash the hair. For her medium length locks, Emily was supposed to use 16-24 pumps of product, but Emily freaked out at the “excessive amount” and broke the rules, only using a minimum amount for a short-haired person. Whether that affected her results, we’re not sure, but she did complain of flat hair during a portion of her 7-day test, and maybe that was due to insufficient amount of product.
As she got into the daily morning WEN wash, Emily posted hair selfies with gorgeous, shiny, soft hair. Her close gal pals even noticed the difference immediately, and Emily was pleased.
If she went off the morning WEN wash or skipped a wash, Emily felt her hair got greasy.
She concluded that WEN works fabulously if you stick to the routine. Wen hair is available on Amazon.
For more info visit http://www.wen.com/.