Hair Product Reviews

Wen by Chaz: A Review Focused on Fine Hair

I stumbled across a recent article on summarizing one girl’s 7-day journey using Wen by Chaz products. I’ve seen the commercials, we all have, of a gorgeous model (or heck, I’d even settle for Chaz’s silky smooth locks) with tumbling effortless locks that shimmer like gold. I must admit I have almost ordered it myself about a half dozen times. However, I have extremely fine, thin hair and my hair is already so prone to grease something always held me back.

The article highlighted the writer’s real use of Wen by Chaz products over seven days and even included pictures and a summary of exactly what she did to style each day. She was very detailed, including things like at what time of day she showered. My favorite part was her summary of how long it took her curls to fall – for fine-haired women that is always a top concern. The link is below if you would like to read the article day-by-day, but the overall consensus was a good one. The writer summarized that Wen was a great product for women that take the time and effort to style their hair on a regular basis. While she had some initial questions about grease and curls falling, as a fine-haired woman, I know that ANY new product takes more than seven days for our hair to “adjust” to. What I couldn’t get over was how truly silky and smooth her hair looked, growing more so each day. This is likely a result from the science behind Wen products.

If you aren’t familiar with Wen by Chaz, it is a line of hair products known best for its cleansing conditioner, see Wen’s cleansing conditioner is a 5-in-1 product that nourishes hair deeply while it gently cleanses, replacing your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler and leave-in conditioner. The concept is genius, especially for people who want that luscious hairstyle, but are pressed for time. Let’s face it, that covers many of us. The product has sold more than 40 million bottles over the past 15+ years and has a loyal follower base. Wen products are available on Guthy-Renker and QVC stores nationwide.


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