An article regarding an experiment that a beauty editor carried out with Wen Hair Cleansing Conditioner war recently featured in Bustle. She had heard a great deal of positive feedback about the product and how wonderful users said that their hair looked and felt after using it only one time. Her curiosity was piqued so she decided it would be fun and educational to try it out on her fine limp hair. She purchased the product and had high hopes for this hair product.
She noticed that it took a large amount of the product when she used as directed. She applied the cleansing condition to her hair and worked it through thoroughly. She rinsed and then styled as normal. She was quite impressed with the first use. Her hair was shiny and manageable and she could not wait to show everyone at the office the next day. When she woke up with grease and flat hair she was a bit disappointed. After a few nights of the same results, she decided to try washing her hair in the morning. She finally got the results she wanted and even her Facebook friends noticed how great her hair looked. She loved the product but suggested that you wash your hair in the morning rather than in the evening to prevent oiliness.
Wen was created by celebrity hair stylist Chaz Dean. He wanted to give his clients the best hair that was possible and he knew that it had to come from a more sensible cleansing routine. He combined natural botanicals and oils to create the most effective cleansing conditioner on the market. People everywhere are loyal to Wen and recommend it to their friends and family. Wen is available at most salons and big box retail stores like Sephora. And online on http://www.ebay.com/bhp/wen-hair-care.