Wen in doubt: How Wen performs on Fine Hair

Wen is one of the hottest products out for hair cleansing. It is a sulfate free shampooing and conditioning system, that promises to leave your hair soft, shiny, and supple. It also is designed to leave your hair in a far healthier state than what it was previously in. It is available on Amazon. A reviewer on Bustle.com put this product through a 7-day trial. You can read her review here.

If you haven’t seen the YouTube ads, Wen by Chaz Dean [http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] is a product used by the stars. There are a variety of formulations all tailored to meet your individual needs. Wen also carries a full line of treatment and styling products as well. Don’t be alarmed by the amount of product you have to use. The recommended 16-24 pumps for medium hair may look daunting but it helps to coat the hair and clean without damaging.

So, how does it work on fine hair? It performs well, as long as you continue to wash your hair daily. The reviewer found that her hair would become oily between washes if she didn’t wash her hair in the morning each day. This is a common occurrence with fine hair as the cuticle is smooth and natural oils travel more freely down the shaft. However, she also noticed that she was receiving more compliments about how shiny her hair looked, and she could feel a noticeable change in its softness.

Was Wen worth it? Definitely. As long as you don’t mind a little morning prep, your hair’s health with thank you. Soon enough you will have a routine that works for your schedule and a head full of locks that are luxurious and full of life.