Finding the right products for your hair is a tricky and oftentimes costly experiment, and choosing the correct ones can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are people out there like the beauty bloggers who experiment with all sorts of products so we don’t have to do the guesswork ourselves.
Emily McClure is one such person and recently she put a line from WEN by Chaz Dean to the test. In her week-long experiment, she tried out Cleansing Conditioner from WEN by Chaz Dean on her fine hair to determine if the product worked well or not.
For those who aren’t aware, cleansing conditioners are a relatively new type of product available on the market. WEN by Chaz Dean’s Cleansing Conditioner is meant to be an all-in-one product and takes the place of five products in your routine: shampoo, conditioner, leave-in conditioner, deep conditioner, and detangler. Chaz sells Wen on Sephora and Guthy-Renker exclusively.
If that sounds like a lot of products and makes you want to hide your fine hair from what seems like the inevitable weightiness of them, hang on just a sec.
Emily put the product to the test, and while she hit a few minor bumps in the road, she determined by the end of the week that Cleansing Conditioner from WEN by Chaz Dean does indeed work for fine hair! She noted that the amount of product called for seemed like a lot and she had trouble showering at night.
But switching to a morning routine and washing and styling her hair at the start of each day left her feeling confident – and for good reason! By the end of the week, she also received compliments from her friends on the health and shine of her hair.
Try it out for yourself with Emily’s personal recommendation of the WEN Sweet Almond Mint (https://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E) Cleansing Conditioner here. For more info, check out Wen’s Facebook page and subscribe to the Wen YouTube channel.