Anyone who has seen the YouTube infomercials know that Wen products are touted as all the rage. But are they really all they’re cracked up to be? If you read to the consumer reviews, they swear by the products, and claim they’re the best thing since sliced bread. Well editor Emily McClure was eager to find out.

McClure, who says she has very oily hair, was looking for a way to reduce the oil and get more volume. She decided to embark on a 7-day test to see if Chaz by Wen could do all it promised. First of all, the directions call a heaping helping of 16-24 pumps of the product. That’s a lot. But did it work?

According to McClure, the Amazon best selling Sweet Almond Mint is what she chose. On the first few days, she noticed that her hair had less oil and even shed less. She also noticed that her hair had a great deal more body and shine. McClure admitted that there were both pros and cons to using the product. But overall, she would recommend it to others.

Chaz Dean is the creator of the Wen products. He has spent over 20 years in the beauty industry taking care of some of the most well-known head in Hollywood. Chaz wanted to create something special. It was his goal to help his clients get clean and bouncy hair without having to use 5 or 6 products. Chaz by Wen is a 5-in-1 product that replaces traditional hair products.

Chaz by Wen has hair cleanser, sculpting products and conditioners. Products can be found at many of the finer salons and on his own personal website. Customers can join a club that sets up auto shipments or just try out one or two at a time. According to Chaz’s biggest fans, you wont be disappointed with the results.

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One Comment

  • Leona Callum

    Very well they can all ask the same question about the media attention that Chaz receives but in the end they are working for it. And I think that assignment masters can give them an added push that would make them move to the next level. In the end the results would determine if customers keep coming back for the product.

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