Hair care products are advertised regularly on TV, but how many of them actually work? One young lady over at bustle.com decided to test the Wen By Chaz Dean for herself to see how the product holds up. She’s a huge fan of hair care products and decided to see if this product held up to its claims
Wen hair is a collection of cleansing conditioner products and their claim to fame is they’re the all-in-one product. The brand claims to be a styling treatment, conditioners, and shampoo all rolled into one. WEN claims to be work on a variety of hair types, it’s just a matter of choosing the right formulation from the brand. The young lady in question tried the Fig version for herself to give her hair a sleek shin, light bounce, and a bit of moisture.
The Fig brand was used on thin, fine hair to see how it worked. There are instructions on the bottle on how much of the product to use depending on the length of the hair. The basic instructions are to massage the product into the hair, allow it to sit for a few minutes, and then rinse it out. The young lady actually did feel as if she had more hair during the process as the WEN product did its magic.
Once she was out of the shower and blow dried her hair, it had a nice thickness to it and even a bounce. She also took notice that not many hair strands were falling out during her shower.
The WEN product seems to hold up to its claims and the results are more than satisfactory. Not every hair care product can hold up to its claims, but WEN clearly meets them by a landslide. Individuals with long, fine hair should definitely give this product a try if they need a hair care product that delivers on promised results.Wen hair products are available from online merchants such as eBay and Guthy-Renker to name a few.
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