There is likelihood that most of us have already seen the infomercials for the hair product Wen by Chaz Dean (http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html). As a staunch fanatic of haircare, I really had to prove that the rumors were indeed true. I took the steps to try WEN Cleaning Conditioner and get firsthand information on if it could truly transform my light thin hair into luscious strands, which are worthy of appearing on TV.
WEN Cleansing conditioners by Chaz Dean are basically an all-inclusive conditioner, shampoo and styling treatment. This brand boast that its products are able to work well for whatever type of hair; based on the formulation that one tries. Personally, I chose the Sephora Fig version since it had promised to provide my hair with bounce, moisture and shine.
Despite the rare rumors that some negative side effects may result from the use of the product, I was still determined to embrace the chance. Being a person that embraces beauty products, I am fully aware that a risk is always present when trying out any new product. I decided to try out this product for a week, and the result were pretty satisfying.
Would I Recommend WEN by Chaz? Of course yes!
Wen Conditioner is undoubtedly an ideal product for individuals having fine hair and have a habit of showering and styling their hair daily. For individuals who are a bit lazy in grooming their hair, then this product may not be really suitable for them. While the product was able to make my hair appear fabulous after showering, my hair strands turned out really oily and difficult to manage whenever I tried to skip washes. The whole week was absolutely a love/hate relationship with the product. However, I am able to see myself going for the conditioner once again whenever I crave for some bit of extra shine.