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What I Learned about Hair Care from Bustle

A recent article on Bustle.com piqued my interest regarding one woman’s experience with a product we’ve all likely seen before – Wen by Chaz Dean. While the TV commercials show women with basically unbelievable shiny, healthy hair, I think we all deal with our daily hair problems and think hair like that may be just out of our reach.

The Bustle.com article (which can be read here: http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened) was short, to the point and very informative. The writer’s goal was to use Wen hair (for the very first time) for seven days and then share with readers her unbiased findings. The key for me was that the article was really unbiased; she shared a real story of how it worked on her hair.

The writer was particularly concerned about how Wen would interact with her hair – which was baby fine and she often struggled with greasy or limp hair. However, at the end of the seven days she admitted that Wen had made her hair softer, shinier and she even received generous compliments from friends that saw the noticeable difference in her hair’s look and texture. The pictures she included also showed a noticeable difference in her hair from day 1 to day 7.

If you haven’t heard of the Sephora best-selling Wen by Chaz, it is most famously known for its cleansing shampoo. The shampoo is a five in one product that effectively replaces shampoo, de-tangler, leave-in conditioner, regular conditioner and can even nourish your hair as well as a deep conditioner. Because if its rich sulfate free line of natural ingredients hair is gently cleaned while not removing any of the good moisture that can be stripped away by traditional shampoos or sulfates. http://www.ebay.com/bhp/wen-hair-care

The line of products was founded over 15 years ago by celebrity hairstylist Chaz Dean, who was sold more than 40 million bottles since his company began.

Source: wikipedia.org