Die-Hard Hair Care Fanatic puts Wen By Chaz to the Test

Women with fine, fly-away hair are always on the lookout for a hair care product that adds body, texture and shine. One such woman’s search for stronger, fuller hair, led her to try the Cleansing Conditioner from Wen hair By Chaz . After seeing all those television commercials with gorgeous women shaking their gorgeous, voluminous hair in slow motion, she decided to check it out for herself.
She knew that the creator of the popular hair care line Wen hair, Chaz Dean, stylist to the stars. His studio in Hollywood boasts a long list of celebrities and other up-scale clientele and his mission is to give every woman the beautiful hair she deserves. Since the products he uses in his studio are the same as the ones he offers to the public, she decided to treat herself like a celebrity and give his products a try.

The Cleansing Conditioner was the obvious choice for her fine, thin hair. This 5-in-1 product is designed to take the place of your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler and leave-in conditioner. She used the Sephora Fig version of Cleansing Conditioner for one week. Each day, chronicling her experience in detail and with pictures, in an honest, informative article originally reported on http://www.wen.com/before-after.html.

On Day 1, after using WEN Hair Cleansing Conditioner for the very first time, she was really encouraged. “I noticed while I was massaging in the product that my hair felt almost thicker. It seems crazy, but it actually felt like I had more hair. Also, I noticed that less strands were falling out mid-shower.” (Read the entire article: www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened)

After seven days, her experience and opinion remained extremely positive, “The Wen Cleansing Conditioner is a great product for those with fine hair who make a point to shower and style their hair every morning.”

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