Summer has officially started, and while that can mean lots of fun in the sun and surf, bad hair days can become inevitable. Washing too much to combat the chlorine and saltwater buildup can dry out those locks, and washing too infrequently can create an oil slick on your scalp. Of course, there are many products out there for such problems, but do they truly work? Emily McClure from Bustle set out to try a popular As Seen on TV cleanser, and the results are in.
WEN by Chaz Dean has definitely gained some notoriety over the past few years from troves of YouTube ads and late night commercials and whatnot, but does it truly live up to all of the hype? This Amazon available 5-in-1 product claims to replace shampoo, conditioner, leave-in conditioner, deep conditioner, and detangler, which is quite a list. Though the formula is thick and creamy, the brand recommends using at least ten pumps for even the shortest hair.
Emily started her week with Wen on a good note, as she thought her hair felt softer and fuller. She was also a bit taken aback by the recommended amount to be used, but obliged for Bustle readers. The next few days went fairly well, though she noted that her hair was falling flat by the end of the day. This can be easily remedied by washing your locks on the morning, though, so no harm done.
At the end of the article we learn that WEN lives up to the hype. You fine-haired ladies may feel a bit weighed down when using the product, but this can be easily remedied by washing a bit more frequently. Happy hair days! Visit http://www.wenhaircare.com/ for more details.