I have tried Wen Cleansing Conditioners before, however, I wasn’t impressed. After a week or so of using the cleansing conditioners, I noticed that my hair looked and felt greasier and greasier with each passing day. Fast forward to today, I realized that I was not using the products correctly!
After watching Chaz Dean use the products on QVC, I was determined and inspired to try Wen hair products again! I am so thrilled that I gave WEN Hair Cleansing Conditioners another try because my hair is as soft as it has ever been. I have only been using WEN Hair Cleansing Conditioners for a few weeks and my hair is amazingly luxurious, shiny, bouncy and stronger.
My hair is super long. I believe it’s been at least 2 or 3 years since I’ve had my hair cut. I dislike my long hair but I just haven’t had the time or money to get my hair cut. Since I started using WEN Hair Cleansing Conditioners, I now dislike my long hair much less.
Here is how to get the best out of your WEN Hair Cleansing Conditioners:
The directions state to use between 10-32 pumps of product, depending on your hair length. I have long hair and I only use 3-5 pumps! It is really up to you if you want to use so many pumps of product, it just seems wasteful and excessive to me. I live on a budget, so that is just my personal preference.
Step 1. Start with wet hair. This is the fun part, pump your desired amount of product into your palms.
Step 2. Apply to your scalp and hair. I find that I really need to massage my scalp. There are no bubbles and suds so you really have to work the product in your scalp and hair!
Step 3. Allow the product to sit in your hair for 3-5 minutes. I like to rinse my hair after cleansing and washing my body.
Step 4. Be sure to rinse your hair thoroughly, even through your scalp.
There you have it! It is fun and easy to use WEN Hair Cleansing Conditioners! This product takes the place of 5 products: shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner. Yes, you can use the Wen Hair Cleansing Conditioners as a leave-in conditioner. However, I don’t find it necessary since my long hair is easy to comb through.
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