If you believe that big lather shampoos create voluminous, shiny hair, you would be wrong. Those sulfates and other damaging chemicals found in store bought shampoos and conditioners are actually weakening and harming your mane.
Popular celebrity LA stylist Chaz Dean [see: http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] knew there had to be a better way, so he developed the no lather shampoo system called WEN by Chaz. His formulas were one-bottle miracle workers, delivering shine, body and bounce to hair of all types in botanical blends.
His celebrity clientele have remained loyal to the brand, and Mr. Dean has not used a lather shampoo on himself nor his star fans since 1993. That alone speaks volumes about WEN by Chaz. Wen can be purchased online on Amazon.com for a fraction of the cost of their competitors. It can also be found on select cosmetics sores including Sephora.
Bustle.com blogger Emily McClure was cursed with limp hair that just lay there, unable to hold a style. She decided to try the WEN system to see if the hair care line could help give her mane a major Hollywood boost. Emily kept a daily hair diary along with hair selfies to chart her progress.
Emily began WEN by Chaz with a morning cleanse each day and followed up with a blow-dry and styling session. When she followed those steps, she achieved smooth, soft, bigger, glossier hair. She loved the results, and her selfies show a pretty woman with a pretty amazing mane. Even her best girlfriends were crushing on Emily’s shiny new hair.
Emily also learned to keep hair on that morning routine. Once, she tried washing with Wen at night, but her hair fell flat upon arising. Another time, Emily skipped washing her hair, and again, her tresses went limp.
Emily has discovered you can’t be lazy on WEN, meaning the product works miracles if you can take the time to follow up blow-drying and styling.
Emily would try WEN by Chaz again.