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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,; 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.

Chaz Dean was exposed, as a child, to the creative potentials of fabric and wood by his grandparents. Transferred his skill-set to photography, and matured in the digital-age. Grateful clients became his reward, making natural and herbal products his passion. Field complaints at,(800) 964-1892. Online reaches a broader area of people than the hair care industry has ever reached before: forms, chat, and WEN® facts. Order processing (888) 414-3565 stands by to sell Sweet Almond Mint, Pomegranate, and Lavender fragrance kits at $39.95 and $119.85. Call, (888) 290-8114 if shipping is late. If hair can’t wait, headquarters is at 6444 Fountain Ave., Los Angeles. For appointments dial (323) 467-6444. Need Wen? Purchase from Amazon and get a discount.

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Wen by Chaz Improves Fine Hair


Wen by Chaz was put to the test by a Bustle editor in a week long trial to see how the famous cleansing conditioner stacked up against her typical hair care routine. Suffice it to say, that at the end of the seven day challenge, the editor was happy to announce that she would reach for WEN any time she wanted her hair to appear thicker and more shiny. Her before and after pictures posted for each day of the week show that her hair was remarkably more shiny and bouncy on the days when she showered and styled her hair with Wen by Chaz. However, on the days when she did not have time to use Wen by Chaz, she unfortunately did not enjoy the same impressive results. For her, she concluded that Wen by Chaz could be used when she wanted to give her hair an extra boost, but that she could not use the product and then simply not wash her hair the next day.

 WEN was designed by famous hair dresser, Chaz Dean. It has received numerous celebrity endorsements, including rave reviews by Brooke Shields and Angie Harmon. In addition, thousands of women express extremely positive results from using Wen as a a part of their daily hair care routine and claim that it has made their hair healthier than ever.

While you may find that Wen by Chaz shares many similar ingredients of other shampoos on the market, what you wont’ find in its formula are any sulfates, which can do extreme damage to the health of your hair over time. Wen by Chaz also combines the effects of many different hair care products into its one cleansing conditioner, which prevents over processing and excessive damage to your hair over time.