See if Wen by Chaz Passes the Acid Test of a Pro Hair Stylist

WEN hair by Chaz Dean is a popular hair cleansing system that can often be seen on QVC infomercials. It uses a no-lather formula to both deep clean and condition the hair. It is available in several different aromas and formulas geared for those with normal, oily or dry and color-treated hair. It gives specific instructions on how to use it. It is available online via Amazon.com or in salons that carry it.
Emily McClure is a professional hair stylist. She is also a regular contributor to Bustle Magazine. In a rather lengthy but highly informative post, she went through what it was like to use specifically the Sephora endorsed Fig formula. She has fine hair with an oily tendency so needless to say, she takes a lot of time with her hair styling. She is a pro -stylist an a self- proclaimed hair care fanatic. She decided that she just had to try it all out. There is so much hype about the product that she figured if it could do what they claim it can for her, even with her special hair needs, she would be happy. So off she went to try it all out.

She began with the instructions and made her first executive decision to use the recommended amount even though it seemed a bit much for her hair length which was shoulder length. Once she pumped it out–she noticed her hair felt thicker and that less strands fell out into the tub. She also noticed the volume was better. Not many drawbacks.

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It did feel a bit oily the next day but by the end of the week, it was working much better to keep her hair styled and far less oily.
The oiliness and some of the curl-drop was attributed to the inordinate amount of hair styling product she had to use throughout. More info about Wen Hair on http://www.guthy-renker.com/products/beauty/wen-haircare/