Beauty routines and products are always evolving. Wen by Chaz was probably considered a passing fad when the company first started out nearly twenty years ago. Now that it has been around too long to be considered a passing fad, what happens when a regular girl quits the shampoo routine and chooses the cleansing conditioner route? Bustle’s author Emily McClure shares her experience.
An honest amazon review will always show the before and the after photos. Ms. McClure does a great job of this, showing a before, and different varieties of afters. She doesn’t use the same daily routine. Sometimes she gets up and is on the go, most of us can relate to that. She also shows how it looks if you sleep on it, the 24 hour later look, also very relatable. And she styles it with styling products and tools, which again, is something women actually do to their hair.
The in-depth daily diary is a great tool to read through when considering switching to the WEN by Chaz routine. It is hard to consider one product being able to leave hair and scalp clean, conditioned and ready to style. The cleansing conditioner, Wen by Chaz, comes in a pump bottle and different lengths of hair require different amounts of pumps. It is not mentioned in the article, but other research points out that leaving thick enough to saturate hair for at least 3-5 minutes for maximum results.
There is an adjustment period, as the chemicals in shampoo alter a body’s natural PH and one week probably isn’t enough time to see true results. Users seem to find that even as early as the first shampoo, they notice thicker, shinier hair. Longer use brings reports on sephora.com of health, length, chemically colored hair maintaining color better, and bounce.