We’ve all been subject to infomercials when we’ve stayed up late at night. I’m sure you have encountered the infomercial Wen By Chaz, at some point. A Sephora popular hair care product modeling beautiful women that sway their hair back and forth, and swear the product is magic in a bottle. Being tired of my dull, lifeless hair, I decided to put Wen By Chaz Cleansing Conditioner to the test. I had to see if the rumors were true and if it would turn my hair into thick, lustrous, TV model-looking locks.
In case you’ve never heard of Wen By Chaz, they’re an all-natural brand of hair care products that contain shampoo, conditioner, and styling treatment all into one. The brand boasts about the product being used on any type of hair condition. For my dull, thin, and fine hair, I decided to go with the Fig version cleansing conditioner. http://www.ebay.com/bhp/wen-hair-care
On the day that I started my Wen hair treatment, my hair was dull, a little oily, and had hairspray residue weighing it down. On my first shampooing, I scrubbed my scalp and hair with my fingertips. My hair felt thicker with Wen than any other shampoo. After blow drying my hair, I noticed that my ends were still dry, roots remained a little oily but, had a subtle shine.
Throughout the remainder of the week, I used Wen By Chaz as directed on the label. During the first few days, I noticed that my hair was more limp than usual and the curls didn’t last long when I styled my hair. I finished the experiment on day seven. The conclusion that I came to is, that the product does work and made a noticeable change. I realized that the product takes several days to clean your scalp and rid your strands of build-up. By the end of the week, my style lasted all day. There was a noticeable difference in my hair – looked and felt fuller, shiny, no drier ends, or oiliness to deal with. I recommend Wen By Chaz cleansing products. If you’re on the fence about trying this product – jump over – your owe it to your hair! View the Wen Wikipedia page for more information.