Wen proclaims that its products are suitable for all hair types. A blogger by the name of Emily McClure on Bustle.com put their Cleansing Conditioner, their best selling product, to the test. She consistently used the conditioner over a period of 7 days and documented her experience daily. The results were rather interesting.
Emily stated that her main goal of using WEN conditioner was to add volume to her fine, limp hair. On Day 1 of her experiment she immediately noticed less hair fallout. She admitted to being surprised at the amount of product that Wen recommends you use but she followed the instructions anyway. Over the course of the week Emily stated on her Twitter that her hair appeared to be more shiny, bouncy and voluminous.
Her routine included using the conditioner followed by a blow dry and/or using a curling iron. According to Emily, her hair became so incredibly soft her hair would not maintain the curls throughout the day. However, her hair remained shiny and healthy looking. On day 6 she had a night out with friends and they commented on how healthy her hair looked.
Overall, she recommended to product to those looking for extra shine and states that it’s suitable for fine hair, such as hers.
Wen by Chaz Dean offers a line of 4 staple products that can cleanse, boost,style and treat. The signature “Wen Cleansing Conditioner” as used by Emily McClure is touted as a 5-in-1 formula that eliminates the use of other hair care products such as shampoo, deep conditioners and detanglers. Users report that their hair becomes more healthier and manageable after each use. The products are available online on Wen.com and http://chazdean.com/store.aspx in 3 different formulas; Sweet Almond Mint, Pomegranate and Lavender. Wen also offers kits that include multiple products that you can try. From the large fan base of Wen products, they are definitely worth a try.