Emily McClure Reports on WEN Fig

Not everyone has the same hair type, and we won’t all react the same way to a certain hair product. This is why beauty editor and Wikipedia content writer Emily McClure decided to try it for all the fine hair ladies so they didn’t have to.
WEN Hair by Chaz Dean [http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] is known as a great cleansing conditioner that cuts down on hair styling time because it is three products rolled into one. WEN cleansing conditioner includes a cleansing agent like a shampoo, a conditioning agent like a hair conditioner, and contains a magical mix of ingredients that makes it unnecessary to apply a styling product.

WEN Fig is the moisturizing version of Wen hair cleansing conditioner and when used on fine hair was ultra moisturizing. Emily found that the amount of moisture in the WEN Fig not only imparted a shine and vibrance to her hair that was unlike any she had ever experienced, but also imparted some weight to her hair that she was unused to.

Regular shampoo contains sulfates and lathering agents that can strip hair of it’s natural oils. The sulfates strip hair of dirt and yesterday’s leftover styling paste but also strip away the natural oils that impart shine and keep strands healthy. Emily was used to washing her hair at night and waking up for the morning with freshly washed hair. When using WEN she simply found that she needed to switch up her routine, washing her hair with Sephora Fig in the mornings, so that the natural oils in her hair didn’t weigh it down through her slumber.

Overall, using WEN was a great experience for her and she was starting to see some of the benefits of using WEN after only one week. One tip for the fine haired ladies out there was to wash in the morning for full volume.

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