Thin Hair Rescue – Wen by Chaz

WEN are cleansing, conditioning, and styling products all-in-one. This sephora endorsed brand claims to work on any hair type. The results depend on which formula is selected.
After watching an infomercial on guthy-renker.com filled with beautiful models flipping their luscious hair around, writer Emily McClure wrote about the results for her thin locks after using Wen by Chaz for a week. Her full article is featured here, on Bustle.com.

On Day 1, she began with greasy, flat, and thin hair. Worried that the directions called for too much product, she went ahead and followed the recommendations. Immediately, Emily felt like her hair was thicker.

The next morning, however, her hair was already greasy and flat, where normally it didn’t fall until the afternoon.

After day 3, Emily was extra cautious about making sure she rinsed the product out completely. She loved the results immediately after shampooing and blow drying, but the beautiful volume and shine just didn’t last all day.

On the fifth day, Emily showered in the morning, blow dried and curled her hair. The curls flattened sooner than she would have liked, but she had super soft strands, which she loved. If she wanted longer lasting curls, she would need to use additional products to help hold.

By day 6, Emily was completely confident and in routine with the Wen products. She had decided that too keep her hair fresher, fuller, and shinier during the day, she would need to shampoo in the mornings instead of at night.

In conclusion, Emily found that Wen Cleansing Conditioner is fantastic for those with fine hair who shower and style their hair each morning.
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    September 10, 2018

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