WEN hair treatment that is meant to be an all-in-one, easy solution for your hair. The Wen hair cleansing conditioner is meant to be used as a shampoo, conditioner, and styling treatment. The product can be found in stores such as Sephora, and appears to be an almost too good to be true product. Emily McClure, someone who works in a salon and is knowledgeable of hair, decided to test the product for seven days. Emily reported on her results at Bustle.com.
When Emily fist saw the QVC commercial of WEN hair product she seemed to skeptical. The first thing she noticed when starting the product is that, compared to other hair treatments, a rather large amount of the product was suggested for use. On day one, Emily showered and used the product that night. After the shower, Emily blow dried her hair and was happy with the end result. Emily’s hair was more shiny and bouncy.
The next morning, Emily noticed that her roots were already greasy, something that.
usually took at least a day or two without showering to occur. That night Emily was able to shower and was once again satisfied with the results. On day three when Emily woke, she noticed her roots were less greasy than they were the morning prior. She was able to shower that morning and as the day went on, she was impressed with the results.
The same pattern occurred for the entirety of the study. Emily discovered that if she showered and used the Wen hair cleansing conditioner in the morning, she was happy with the results as the day went on. If Emily only showered at night, she would wake up with greasier hair than expected. Emily ultimately decided the product was very effective for someone with fine hair, as long as they could wake up on time.