Conflicted Review of Wen

Everyone wants beautiful, thick, flowing hair, but this is not something that is the reality for most women, especially women that have to deal with thin hair. Emily Mcclure was one of these women that has a bit thinner hair than most, so she sought some resolution to her issue, by trying out WEN hair for a period of a week, which was originally documented and released by Bustle. Deciding that it would be beneficial to others to document it, she took pictures and detailed what happened, as well as her thoughts on the process.

Her thoughts started out conflicted and ended up the same way at the end of her journey. The first several days, she noticed that when she woke up the morning after using Sephora.com marketed Wen Hair that her hair would be oily near her roots. While her hair felt oily, it also felt great to her during the day, but it would only feel this way if she remembered to get up early and take a shower. If she took a shower later in the day, her hair would feel oily and weighed down, and she even had one day that she described as a bona fide “bad hair day“.

The ultimate conclusion to her test of Wen hair conditioner was that it was beneficial if you are on a schedule that allows you to get up every single day and use the product early in the morning. However, she describes herself as a person that is more on the lazy side, so that it likely is not going to be a main stay for her, although she did say she would use it occasionally. She did say that WEN Hair had its benefits and that people liked the way her hair looked while using it, so it might be a great product for some people.