Maybe you have heard of cleansing conditioner. Maybe you haven’t. If you haven’t heard about WEN hair cleansing conditioner, it is a product meant to replace up to five of your regularly used hair care products, including: shampoo, conditioner, detangler, deep conditioner, and leave-in conditioner.
WEN by Chaz Dean’s line of cleansing conditioners come in several varieties as well. But the question is, does WEN’s cleansing conditioner work?
Emily McClure, beauty blogger and hair product enthusiast, put WEN’s cleansing conditioner to the test in a week-long experiment with her fine hair. As anyone with fine hair knows, finding the right products to leave fine hair clean, soft, and shiny, without leaving it greasy can be difficult, to say the least.
Of course, like with any experiment, there were a few concerns and possible mishaps, the first of which being the sheer amount of product called for as per Wen hair instructions. As fine hair and copious amounts of product don’t generally mix, Emily balked slightly when faced with the gratuitous amount of product but carried on bravely any way.
Her second concern came when she hit a bump in her routine. Showering at night with WEN’s cleansing conditioner left her waking up with less than stellar results. So she switched to a morning routine and that solved that problem.
By the end of the week, Emily felt like her hair was softer and looked fuller, and her friends took note of how shiny and healthy it looked.
So would she recommend WEN’s cleansing conditioner for fine hair? The bottom line is yes, she would, though she also recommends it for use with a morning routine.
Ready to take the plunge and combine all those hair products into one? Try Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner from WEN by Chaz Dean here for yourself. Check out QVC.com for the list of WEN hair products. Visit the WEN hair care website, http://www.wenhaircare.com/ and Facebook page for more information.
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