The Wen by Chaz hair care system is designed to be a time saver and a product that will make your hair richer, fuller, and healthier. It is meant to replace up to five hair care products which will save you time in how much time you spend managing your hair, and money on how much you spend on beauty products. The five products Wen by Chaz Dean replaces are shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner.
Wen by Chaz is also an affordable system. While replacing so many other hair care products you might expect to pay a lot, but a 16 oz. bottle only costs about $39 retail. However, you can find it for less on sephora.com’s website.
In a test of the Wen by Chaz system, Emily McClure from Bustle.com did a seven day test run to see how it performed. Emily was very interested in the promise that Wen could make your hair feel thicker as she has very thin hair. See, http://www.wen.com/before-after.html.
On the first use Emily noticed that while washing her hair, it felt much fuller, and less hair fell out during wash. Once she washed, dried, and beautified her hair she had thicker more manageable hair for the day.
On day two Emily had to skip her morning wash as she ran late. As the day wore on she noticed that her hair felt more greasy and unmanageable than usual. Later in the day however, as soon as she took a shower and used Wen to wash her hair she had even better results than in day one.
Each day Emily was surprised with how well WEN by Chaz worked on her normally thin hair. She even started receiving compliments on how well it looked. She just had to make sure to wash her hair in the morning.
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