Emily McClure knew her fine, sad hair needed a quick, healthy boost, so she decided to try the WEN cleansing conditioners that so many people around the world have fallen in love with. The unique no-lather cleansing system is suitable for all hair types and does not contain the nasty chemicals found in regular shampoos and conditioners.
Famous California stylist Chaz Dean had developed the system so hair could return to a shiny, strong and manageable state. His formulas contain natural botanicals that effectively transform the hair without using several bottles of shampoo, conditioner, de-tangler, leave-in conditioner and styling treatment. His cleansing conditioners performed all those duties in a detergent free, one bottle formula.
The beauty contributor decided on a daily morning WEN wash with blow-drying and styling. She was kind of freaked out about the amount of WEN product one was supposed to use in the shower for medium length hair. Instead of the minimum 16 pumps, she settled for 10 pumps, the minimum for short hair. Would that affect the results? We’re not sure.
Emily found that cleansing her fine, limp hair with Wen produced body, bounce and shine. Her readers could see the great results in her daily selfies. Everything seemed to be going fine, until Emily got lazy about her hair care. One evening, she decided to interrupt the WEN hair routine by cleansing with it at night, but by morning, her hair fell flat and oily. One morning, she ran out of time and skipped the WEN cleanse, and again, her locks looked limp and sad.
Emily admits that WEN works beautifully when you simply adhere to the AM WEN cleanse.
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