Hair care is a never-ending cycle of buying expensive products based on guesswork or advertising, trying those products, finding out they don’t work for your hair, and going back to the drawing board – or the hair care aisle, as it were. So, it definitely helps your hair – and your wallet – when someone else tries those products out for you, and that is just what beauty blogger Emily McClure did in her seven day trial of Cleansing Conditioner from Wen hair by Chaz Dean.
For those of you who don’t know, Cleansing Conditioner from WEN is a product meant to replace five of your regular products: shampoo, conditioner, detangler, leave-in conditioner, and deep conditioner. The line of products from WEN by Chaz Dean has multiple varieties available to suit different preferences.
So, does it work for fine hair? Emily says yes! She particularly recommends it for those with morning routines rather than for those who shower at night, as she normally does. Of course, this can be quite the adjustment, so be prepared for the difference if you shower at night and want to give it a try. You might have to adjust your routine to get the best results.
She did have several concerns. She noted that the amount of product called for seemed excessive and she felt as if the product left her hair a little greasy if she showered at night; but by the end of the week, she was convinced. The compliments from her Facebook friends on how healthy and shiny her hair looked really did the trick, and she also noticed that her hair felt softer.
If you’re ready to take the plunge and give Cleansing Conditioner from WEN by Chaz Dean a try, Emily recommends this Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner, which can be found here. Wen hair products are available online on both Guthy Renker and Sephora website. Also check out the eBay link here: http://www.ebay.com/bhp/wen-hair-care