Wonderful World of WEN Delivers Shine, Strength and Body to Blogger’s Limp Locks

Emily McClure has been cursed with fine hair that gets frizzy on occasion and doesn’t shine as well as it should. Emily could wear extensions or a wig to cheat a little, but she prefers her own real hair, just wishing it could look like an A-list celebrity‘s mane.

She had seen the famous WEN Hair TV infomercials showing star clients with the really good hair, and Emily decided to try out WEN’s unique cleansing conditioners for similar results.

Emily was on the right path, because Chaz Dean created a special no-lather shampoo system that thoroughly cleanses the hair with incredible cleansing conditioner. His one-bottle rescue product does not contain nasty chemicals like sulfates. Instead, the Chaz Dean way is simple, holistic with natural botanical ingredients. His brand is so amazing, that neither he nor his celebrity clientele have used a lather shampoo since 1993. He sells his brand on Amazon and on high end cosmetics stores.

That speaks volumes about the man and his brand.

Emily kept a hair log with hair photos for Bustle.com to chart her hair journey. She chose the FIG cleansing conditioner for added moisture.

To make the Wen hair system really rock and produce big, shiny hair, Emily learned a few things. First, it is best to wash with WEN every morning, and then you must take the time to blow-dry and style your hair. When doing so, you achieve that Hollywood mane, and Emily’s best gal pals noticed that immediately when she began using WEN. Also, Emily’s hair photos show a young woman with gorgeous, healthy, full hair. Emily was beaming.

Emily found that this sephora marketed line doesn’t work as well when you switch up the hair routine for a nighttime wash. If you skip washing hair altogether, your hair will flatten out and grease up quickly.

For best results, Emily advises sticking to the morning WEN routine.

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