A Seven-Day Regimen Using Wen Hair Care Products

WEN hair conditioners have become popular on Twitter and overall in the U.S. Wen cleansing conditioners include all-in-one shampoo, styling treatment, and conditioner. This product is known to work well with any hair, and the results are a luscious and bulky hair strands. With its increasing popularity, one of its customers decided to test it to see if she could get the desired outcome.

On the first day, she read the guidelines on the shampoo bottle and based on her hair; she was required to use at least ten pumps of the product. Upon massaging her hair with the shampoo and finally rinsing it, she noticed that few strands fell off. After blow drying it, her hair looked bouncy and shiny. The following day her hair felt greasy at the roots, but after washing it using the same routine, it appeared voluminous like it did on the first day. On the third day, her hair looked oily than usual. It was then that she decided to use WEN Hair cleansing conditioner. By the end of the day, her hair was still radiant. The following day, she curled it and left for the day. On the fifth day, her hair still retained its curls after using Wen’s products the previous day. She continued with her routine on the sixth and seventh day. In a just a week, she realized that her hair had completely transformed.

About Wen by Chaz

Wen is a brand of hair care product developed by Chaz Dean, a celebrity hair stylist. Wen hair products include conditioners, shampoos, cleansers, and hair kits, all products are Sephora available. Chaz began this company in over a decade ago and has since been producing hair products. His vision is to create a broad range of products that cleanse and hydrate the hair. Chaz owns a saloon called Chaz Dean Studio where he serves high-profile clients. It is at this facility that Chaz Dean uses Wen by Chaz products to attend to his client’s hair as well as style them for an award or fashion shows.

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1 Comment

  • Rory Giovanni says:

    Genetically we have almost evolved our hair to the quality that we want, but I do not know for certain how this has affected such modifications. Although AussieWriting are amazing, they are not in the position to determine this without proper studies and surveys. This might come up with very brilliant ideas of how we really evolve our features over millions of years.