Greasy, frizzy and unruly describe Emily McClure’s fine hair, so that’s why she decided to try the world-famous WEN no-shampoo cleansing method. She planned on her own 7-day WEN hair challenge for Bustle.com and kept a daily hair log with hair selfies.
Emily has seen on QVC a lot about Chaz Dean and his amazing, revolutionary way to wash hair without all those chemically-laden lather shampoos. Most people are washing with regular shampoos and watching their tresses snap off, lose shine and weaken. WEN is far superior, because his cleansing conditioners feature only natural botanical ingredients that boost shine, strength and manageability. Just one bottle of WEN will cleanse, condition, de-tangle and offer styling treatment.
Emily chose the Sephora sweet almont mint cleanser for extra body, moisture and shine and decided on a daily morning WEN wash.
The Bustle.com writer made a major faux pas at the very start of her challenge. The directions on the WEN bottle of cleansing conditioner say that someone with medium length hair needs to use a minimum of 16 pumps of product. Emily was baffled and called the concept, “actual insanity,” so she used the minimum 10 pumps of product for short hair.
Was Emily going to achieve the same Wen hair results? Who knows, because she had instantly not followed the directions. In addition, she also messed up the hair care schedule, skipping a daily morning wash and also washing at nighttime, instead. During those instances, her hair flopped, falling flat and greasy.
When Emily followed the simple daily AM WEN cleanse, her selfies showed soft, shiny, pretty hair, and her friends had noticed the difference, too. She looked fab.
Emily revealed that she’s a bit lazy when it comes to her hair care routine, and if you’re that lax, then WEN might not be for you.
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