Hair care aficionados know Wen by Chaz Dean (http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html). If they haven’t yet, it is only matter of time before they hear about it or see the gorgeous women in the Wen by Chaz infomercials flaunting their shiny hair and showing how magical the cleansing conditioners are.
Wen is the one of the product lines by Los Angeles stylist Chaz Dean. After moving to Los Angeles, Chaz climbed the cosmetology ranks quickly by becoming manager and, finally, owner of a long standing Bel Air salon. After relocating to Hollywood and serving a high scale celebrity clientele for years, he began developing product lines. Wen by Chaz is one of his latest.
As a beauty product lover, Emily McClure, over at Bustle (http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened) decided to test it out. Trying new hair products can be nerve racking. After applying the Sephora advertised Fig conditioner, her fears were immediately dispelled.
She first realized the volume it gave her hair. It immediately felt thicker. She also noticed less hair falling out during her shower, which seemed somehow magical, but a lovely surprise. In the mornings she noticed her hair was more greasy than usual, which a shower and reapplication did away with but after 7 days of daily application her friends began commenting on how full and shiny her hair was. Success achieved.
Despite waking up with slightly more greasy hair than normal, the long term shine and bounce the product gave to her hair made it worth it. It’s an Ebay available product she’ll continue to reach for. But only during weeks when she is willing to set her alarm a bit earlier.