WEN Hair is a full hair care cleansing conditioner that was designed by Chaz Dean to clean the scalp and hair deeply without needing to repeat the lather and rinse process. Despite the hair challenges someone may be going through, texture, volume, oiliness, or dry hair, WEN is a system for all hair. The WEN version being reviewed is Sephora‘s Fig and was reviewed by a writer over on Bustle magazine, which can be found here.
The writer in question is Emily McClure and she is a professional hair stylist who has who own problems with oily scalp and fine hair. She has been using styling products for a long time and uses a lot of product every day. The WEN Hair cleansing conditioner can be mixed and matched pretty well with most styling products. However, it could take a couple days or as long as a week for WEN to work into the products already being used in someones hair. WEN Hair by Chaz Dean (http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html) is one of the healthier products, so it can be disrupted by some chemicals, in terms of other styling products being used in the hair. In most cases, WEN work wonders no matter what someone uses to style their hair.
After using WEN Hair, Emily McClure realized her hair took very well to the product even though she didn’t use the recommended amount due to the fear of it weighing down her hair. She stated that it made her hair feel even thicker and noticeably reduced the numbers of hairs she was seeing fall in the shower. Considering all the volumizing product she treats her hair with, she was impressed and took a sigh of relief at how well the product worked. In just 5 days of using WEN, she already decided that she would continue to use it moving forward.