Emily bravely spent a week trying out Wen hair by Chaz Dean [http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] and reported on her experience in this Bustle article. http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened.
I love it when pictures are taken to make it easier to follow the process. And Emily has definitely done her part by taking pictures each day. The results of her experiment were pretty amazing! She understates how pretty her hair turned out after only the 2nd day, soft and shiny, with gorgeous curls. When contrasted against her before pictures, it makes an excellent case to give Wen hair a try. Emily stated that she normally struggles with her hair becoming oily and flat through the day. But the Wen shampoo/conditioner (since Wen is both a shampoo and conditioner) made her hair silky and manageable. She is way too hard on herself and downplays her hair, but the pictures tell the story. The before picture shows hair that looks unhealthy, some slight frizz to it even. The after pictures all show much healthier looking hair, shiny, smooth and looking beautiful. It does take a lot of product, but the results speak for themselves. Emily ends up the hair that most of us would love. And since Wen hair by Chaz Dean does handle double duty as a shampoo and a conditioner, it evens out with the amount of product used. Wen is definitely worth a try if you’re looking to improve the health of your hair. Wen hair is available online via Ebay and most hair care stores nationwide.