Bustle Blogger Tries 7-Day WEN By Chaz Challenge

If you’ve never heard of WEN, then maybe you’re not concerned about healthy hair? We would all hope that everyone wants strong, shiny, manageable hair, and that is what the WEN system is all about. It is a no-shampoo method that popular LA stylist Chaz Dean developed to help people give up their regular shampoos full of harsh, hair-stripping chemicals and detergents. That’s why Bustle.com blogger Emily McClure was excited to try a WEN 7-day challenge for her fine, droopy locks.
WEN uses a one bottle dynamo that replaces the shampoo, conditioner, de-tangler, leave-in treatment and so forth. His special cleansing conditioners are used in the shower to clean the hair effectively, leaving it soft and glossy. His product line is so good, that Chaz Dean has not used shampoo on himself or his clients since 1993. Emily was hoping for the same great results, so she posted on facebook hair selfies each day to keep a log.

Emily used 10 pumps of cleansing conditioner suggested for her medium length hair, and she selected the Sephora advertised super moisturizing FIG cleanser.

Emily notes that as long as she adopted an every morning wash with WEN, her hair reacted ideally. One night, she decided to shower and use Wen that evening, because she prefers a nighttime routine, but her hair felt otherwise. The results were less than perfect; her hair felt greasy. Another day in the 7-day challenge, Emily skipped the WEN cleanse altogether, because she ran out of time, and her tresses looked flat and oily.

Emily admits that your hair needs to adapt to the WEN routine to see the best results. Visit http://www.allure.com/beauty-trends/blogs/daily-beauty-reporter/2016/03/liu-wen-model-interview.html for more information on Wen.

One Comment
  1. Hailey Angel

    She loved how the FIG gave volume to her locks while massaging the product in. When she went to style her hair, she noticed soft, shiny, manageable hair. It is the wish of the thesis writer to have these things working properly for all and sundry which is their main goal.

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