Bustle Blogger Tries WEN By Chaz Cleansing Conditioner For Hollywood Hair

Hollywood hair has shine, movement, body and turns heads. Who wouldn’t want that kind of mane?

Emily McClure is a blogger with challenged hair follicles. In other words, her locks are limp, flat and unmanageable for the most part. Since she often writes about beauty, she has access to some superb products. This time, she chose WEN by Chaz for the no lather shampoo experience, hoping for a celebrity transformation. She kept a daily hair log and snapped hair selfies for Bustle.com.

Wen was developed by a famous LA stylist on the scene, Chaz Dean, who used an holistic approach to healthy hair. He got rid of the sulfates and other chemicals present in shampoos and the like. His formulas were natural and plant-based, smelled heavenly and nourished strands from root to end. WEN by Chaz has been designed for every hair type in any kind of condition.

His QVC advertised 5-in-1 formula takes the place of your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, de-tangler, and leave-in conditioner. Your hair will be glossy, strong, manageable, full and turn heads.

Emily McClure chose the sweet-scented FIG cleansing conditioner to add extra moisture and body. She was hesitant to use a lot of WEN product in the shower, but she should have, because more is better for a no lather shampoo. Still, Emily achieved great body and movement after she blow-dried and styled her hair. Her selfies show an A-list mane. Her friends were blown away, seeing she had softness and major shine and a new head of hair.

For WEN by Chaz to give your hair the ultimate boost, Emily suggests these small tips:

  1. Allow your hair to adapt to its new no lather routine. Wash daily with WEN.
  1. Always take the time and effort to use your styling tools

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