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Danielle has thin fine hair and oily scalp but her ends are still dry. Chaz Dean shows how easy it is to treat oily scalp and dry ends with WEN Cleansing Con…

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  • Counted Shadows 3 years ago

    That’s a lot of pumps for one head of hair. The whole bottle will be gone
    in a couple of days and that stuff isn’t cheap.

  • Pamela Hunt 3 years ago

    I have extremely frizzy and curly, extra thick hair. I have always
    required a pound of mouse and hair gel and anti-frizz oils to keep my hair
    from turning into an afro and it was always crunchy to the touch. In my
    first use of Wen I was able to use the cleansing conditioner and
    sixthirteen in the shower and one nickle size dollop of anti-frizz cream
    after and I didn’t have a single bit of frizz or fly-aways and my hair was
    so soft and bouncy. BEST PRODUCT EVER!!!!!! Never going back.

  • Daliah Fairley 3 years ago

    I have been using Wen for a few years now. I a natural African American
    female with tightly coiled hair. Wen is awesome for my hair and I purchase
    the larger bottles which last for a few months. Yes, it is a costly product
    but it eliminates using additional products in your hair that produce build
    up with excessive use.

    Stop being so critical of those who use this product as well as the creator
    of it. If you don’t want to use it, so be it. That is your choice. I would
    rather use a quality cleansing conditioner as opposed to a shampoo,
    conditioner, mousse, hair spray and gel just to achieve the same look that
    Wen would give.

    Thank you Chaz Dean! I support you.

  • xquisitTL Lala 3 years ago

    Too much work….and for alittle bottle, wouldnt last long.

  • Dashy The hedgehog 3 years ago

    i don’t have wen but i would like to try it

  • Am RahRah 3 years ago

    I usually towel dry my hair and if I’m using a leave in conditioner I
    normally apply it after I towel dry. All the info i read so far about Wen
    doesn’t clarify whether to use it as leave in conditioner after towel
    drying or before towel drying. This maybe a stupid question but i wanna get
    it right.

  • Green Ronald 3 years ago

    U5

  • justwant2bhappy 3 years ago

    I tried wen and I hated it. It always felt like my hair was greasy the next
    day.
    The other thing is, I had to use 16 pumps of product at one time, that is
    crazy.

  • Fatamah Surayyo 3 years ago

    Wen is bullshit.

  • Art Vandelay 3 years ago

    But she doesn’t have fine, thin hair!

  • TaraaaJayyy 3 years ago

    My god! You’re gonna use the whole bottle in like 2 weeks with that many
    pumps per shower. Smh.

  • paula deandrade 3 years ago

    Smh 

  • Norbrisha rivera 3 years ago

    My hair lost it’s shine since I reached forty (13 years ago) It became dull
    and thin. I felt so bad because my hair used to be my most strongest beauty
    feature. I bought every product you can think of and nothing work until I
    used WEN. I selected sweet almond mint. In my opinion, this product is
    useful for people with hair that has lost its beauty (dry, opaque, ruff
    etc;) I felt the change as soon as I combed it during the wash. It change
    my life again. My hair is silky and shinny. I did not put on as many pumps
    recommended by Chaz.I used about 6 total (My hair is semi short). I noticed
    that it kicked in when I used my Solano original hair dryer (the same used
    by Chaz). For some reason the heat and the solution mix well. That’s when
    the miracle happen. I recommend that you wash your hair with cold water or
    semi cold water, used a salon dryer (put a little more product after the
    wash if you are going to blow out your hair) and identify which WEN is
    suitable for your hair. In short, it works and I am very happy!

  • Bryanne Estes 3 years ago

    That’s thin hair? That makes me bald.

  • 233roz 3 years ago

    Are you saying that for fine, thin hair you only have to do one cleanse.

  • Brigit R 3 years ago

    Sounds good. I have fine/normal hair. I think I might try this..

  • JramirezM88 3 years ago

    how do you recommend to dry hair after??

  • Kathy Stephens 3 years ago

    I have really THIN hair and I do it just like in the video and it is still
    oily and needs washing everyday with NO BODY or volume.

  • sammy smith 3 years ago

    did you use styling tools on her because on my hair it felt softer but
    diddnt look different.it was still frizzy.i let my hair air dry too.can you
    get that result from air drying

  • Sandis White 3 years ago

    well some people have money to spend :)

  • Camillia Traylor 3 years ago

    I really think this is very good!!

  • Irene Gomez 3 years ago

    To me it’s seems they want you to use way to much product in order to get
    you back ordering more…

  • JustCCG 3 years ago

    If you don’t use enough it won’t clean your hair properly and you’ll be
    left with oil build up. You need enough of the enzymes to break down oil or
    it won’t clean your hair as well as other products.

  • Tom Daniels 3 years ago

    t would be beneficial to include an instructional DVD with produ

  • 1Shawndra 3 years ago

    So he wants us to rinse it all out just to put some back on? lol Why not
    just rinse off the top and leave in the bottom part? Let’s not waste now,
    come on! lol

  • Nikki Westermann 3 years ago

    in shampoo, there’s a lot of stripping things like sulfates, etc. In wen
    there are none of those stripping agents, as Chaz says repeatedly, so
    you’re cleaning your hair with essential oils and plant extracts. You need
    enough to thoroughly coat and clean your hair. Imagine trying to wash your
    hair with a tiny amount of regular shampoo, it wouldn’t work. With Wen you
    need more because it doesn’t contain stripping, lathering agents.

  • Kathy Stephens 3 years ago

    That is not really THIN hair in this video !!!!

  • Ida H. Larsen 3 years ago

    i use WEN, and i have longer hair than her. There’s no point in using so
    much of the product. I use much less, and it still works really good.

  • Meredith Driscoll 3 years ago

    That is what I thought at first but I use it once a week and it really
    makes a difference sweetie

  • britty280292 3 years ago

    I think its that each individual strand is thin, not thick and course like
    african-american hair