Wen hair by Chaz Dean is probably known to everyone. The brand puts up commercials informing people about their range of hair care products. The infomercials are so tempting for one to try out on their head. Emily McClure could not help convert herself into a guinea pig. For the love of beauty products, she tested the product herself to see whether what was being promised was anything to go by. The results were amazing!
In an article at Bustle.com, McClure shares her experience with the Sephora Fig version that promised to give her hair moisture, bounce and shine. She has detailed her step by step experience that captures her fears midway when the practical session seemed to have gone wrong. From the images she captured footing the journey, indeed some magic can be attested from the product.
No timing would have been more appropriate to perform an experiment than at the end of a day that has left one’s hair greasy/frizzy/unruly. Important to note, is that Emily actually followed every bit of detail on usage of Fig. One such instruction is to apply the right amount required as recommended in the product direction to bring about the desired result -in this case a minimum of ten pumps. It is also important to allow enough time for the product to soak before rinsing.
Comparing the selfie that McClure took initially before using Fig and the last one, one can’t help but notice great change. The greasy/frizzy/unruly hair was turned into fabulous after day 7 of the experiment. She however recommends the product only to the active girl who has time for the full process and not lazy ones like herself. Patience also appears a must if one is to see results come alive.
Chaz Dean came about with the whole Wen concept that comes up with special formulations for treating the hair. Wen constantly develops new products. The one special thing about Wen by Chaz hair conditioner formulas is that there is a formulation for literary every type of hair in existence. Wen hair products are available on Total Beauty.
Learn more, visit the FAQ page at http://www.wen.com/faq.html.