If you’ve seen the infomercials on QVC for Wen, you may have been curious to learn more about the brand. Wen was created by stylist Chaz Dean, and doesn’t contain any synthetic or harmful ingredients. The cleansing products and styling creams are also infused with plant extracts and essential oils, which gives the hair a refreshing scent and nourishes the scalp and strands. Wen is also known for having cleansing conditioners instead of traditional shampoo, since Dean believes that the conditioners help to lock moisture in and make the hair healthier and softer.
Still not completely convinced that Wen is for you? Check out Emily McClure’s Bustle review of the product before making your final choice.
McClure tried the Fig conditioner from Wen hair for seven days, and said her hair immediately felt softer after the first use. She also noticed that it took a lot of product to fully cleanse her medium-length hair. When Emily heat-styled her hair during the experiment, her curls fell faster than usual, due to the thick consistency of the Wen conditioner. However, McClure says her hair still looked healthy, so she was satisfied with the product overall. She also states that she’d recommend Wen conditioner to women who use heat on their hair daily, and those who want to add more volume to their hair.
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