An article originally posted on Bustle recently explored the effects of Chaz Dean’s Wen Hair Care product line. Chaz’s Wen is a “cleansing conditioner”, meant to be used alone and without any shampoo to prevent dryness, irritation of the scalp, and color fade. Using shampoo on the hair every single day can be very damaging. Especially for women who also heat style their hair every morning, Wen is an alternative that will keep the hair moist and never strip the natural oils that the hair actually needs. It keeps the hair looking shiny and healthy.
Though Wen, like most hair products, is usually demonstrated on women with “normal” hair (not too thick or thin, not too curly, easy to manage), this time it was tested on very fine, thin hair by the author of the article, Emily McClure. McClure has self-identified as “slightly lazy” when it comes to her beauty routine, and has difficulty managing her very fine, straight hair. She was hoping that Wen would give her the volume she can’t manage to keep, help it shine and keep away frizz, and give her a nice, moisturizer clean.
She was fortunate in her endeavor, the ending result of a Wen-and-blow-dry being shiny and clean, and finding that her hair was shiny enough after a week to warrant compliments from her friends. She was able to keep volume in her hair past half the day, and her hair was visibly softer after the very first wash. The Wen by Chaz Dean gave her a desirable, elusive result and it is now part of her luxury beauty routine. For more info, visit the Wen hair care website: http://www.wenhaircare.com/. Wen hair products are available on Total Beauty website and on high end stores like Sephora.