Wen, by Chaz is a shampoo and conditioning product in one. Or at least it started out that way. Now there are treatments, styling products, and many different scents to choose from. Chaz Dean began as a photographer, who needed to learn how to style hair and apply make-up to his models. He went to cosmetology school and worked hard to become a well-known stylist to the celebrities. His love of beauty and nature shows through in his product line, Wen.
Emily McClure writes an article on Bustle, as to how the Wen hair product works on her hair. Despite her thin hair, she chooses the Fig variety from eBay, which is meant for thick hair. She chose it for the moisture. She begins her Wen journey after a day of traveling. Her hair is greasy to begin with. She washes her hair that night and realizes just how much product is recommended, 16-24 pumps for medium hair. Worried the shampoo/conditioner would weigh her hair down she chooses to use 10 pumps, the minimum recommended amount.
After blow drying her hair, she notices more shine and bounce. The next morning, however, her hair is greasy at the root. Having a busy schedule, she doesn’t have time to worry about it. When she comes home that night, she washes with Wen, blow dries, and her hair turns out shiny and bouncy, just as before. The following morning her hair is greasy again. So, that night she washes her hair as usual, but this time uses styling products after blow drying. The following day her hair went flat, but she enjoyed the shine and over all healthy look to her hair.
Day four she had no time to wash her hair, so the whole day was a greasy mess. She chose to wash in the morning of day five, and her hair turned out perfectly, although the curls fell out too fast. On day six she also washed her hair in the morning, and she had another great day. Day seven she realizes washing her hair in the morning works wonders, and she absolutely loves the shine Wen adds. Visit the Wen hair Facebook page for more info.