Journalist Emily McClure wrote about her seven day shampooing experiences, shot photos to accompany discussions on the effects the Wen® Cleansing Conditioner, had on her finely thin hair. This is a summary of her Fashion & Beauty article, found on bustle.com, http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened; It took her seven days to figure out she had grown accustomed to eliminating scalp oils that secrete on to her hair; Cleansing is another word for shampooing to the WEN® hair care trend; herbal and natural ingredients makes McClure’s hair shine and she admits being happy for it. As an industry-insider she buys and tries it all, but has no reports of bad reactions.
• A body shower is not the same as washing one’s hair in the shower.
• Long straight fine hair may not hold a curl, and long flowing curls may require extra effort to keep a straight shape.
• “Fashion, which can make people feel beautiful and glamorous, can also make people feel worse about themselves if they’re not as fabulous as the swans in pictures,” said journalist Kate Betts about body images.
• Hair-soap is regulated, not approved, by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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