Beauty blogger Emily McClure was hiding a dirty, little secret. She was tried of battling of her fine, limp, frizzy hair and frustrated in trying to manage it. Because she is a writer who investigates all things beauty, she was thrilled to take the famous WEN Hair sulfate-free cleansing system for her own 7-day challenge.
It’s easy to see why Emily McClure was fascinated with the WEN hair system. It consists of just one bottle of cleansing conditioner that takes the place of shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner and leave-in hair treatment. It’s a bottle full of natural botanical designed to add health, shine and manageability to any and every kind of hair type.
Celebrity west coast stylist Chaz Dean was the no-shampoo pioneer who developed the WEN hair system to stop the damage women and men were getting from regular shampoos and conditioners full of harsh chemicals. His concept entailed using lots of WEN hair cleansing conditioner product to wash the hair. The more product used, the better. So, for someone with shoulder length hair, 16-24 pumps of product was suggested. Wen hair is often seen on QVC infomercials with women displaying their luscious locks.
Bustle blogger Emily McClure thought that large amount of WEN product was too excessive, so she cut it back considerably during her entire 7-day challenge.
Still, Emily McLure kept a daily hair diary and snapped selfies each day after using WEN hair. Her hair selfies show proof that WEN creates big, beautiful hair. Emily McClure liked the results, and her close friends complimented her on her shiny, pretty hair.
Then, Emily McClure did something different; she went off the daily Wen hair wash due to laziness and her busy schedule. During those instances, she felt her hair went flat and greasy.
For superb results with WEN hair, Emily McClure advises a daily WEN wash so hair can get used to that special routine. Wen hair is available on Sephora beauty product stores.
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