Recently Bustle.com published an article about the personal experience of their Fashion and Beauty Editor, Emily McClure, as she switched from her normal haircare routine to a cleansing formula known as WEN. Like many, she was intrigued by the reports she had seen that included so many fantastic claims.
The many women in the QVC ads raved about the transformation their hair experienced after using the product just once, with continued improvement as they added Wen to their daily routine. The advertisements are clear that this is not a traditional shampoo, but a product that works like an all-in-one formula to cleanse, condition and help style hair. They offer formulas that are designed to help with any hair type.
The editor, tired of her thin, fine hair, decided to use a formula designed to increase bounce and shine while also moisturizing the hair. She documented the results over the course of a week and accompanied her comments with photos. The pictures show her hair to appear to be thicker, and fuller but the comments she left were not entirely flattering as she complained profusely about her hair being too greasy by the end of the day, and the following morning.
This problem is not necessarily a flaw of the Sephora sold Wen line, but an error in what formula she chose. With thin, fine hair, her best choice was not a heavily moisturizing formula that could weigh hair down and make it too oily.
That is the beauty of Wen by Chaz. WEN offers such a large line of products, that any type of hair can be improved. It may take sampling several formulas before finding the perfect one, but every bottle will lead to some improvement. Best of all, it eliminates the need to have a shelf full of products in the shower as the Wen by Chaz line is designed to do it all.