Someone like Chaz is a true genius when it comes to hair care products. He has done his homework, researched what works, what does not work, and what customers want. That is the key to a successful product. As they say, the proof is in the pudding as the customers have made their voice heard by purchasing WEN and buying it in bulk. The love the fact that it does three things for the price of one, which is quite a bargain at the end of the day. It takes care of styling, shampooing, and also works as a conditioner. This is one magical bottle.
Emily McClure of the esteemed website Bustle.com took the time to review it and she reviewed it over seven days days on the website: http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened. She is a fashion and beauty blogger and she knows her stuff. She does not put her name or stamp on anything that she does not believe in. After all, she owes it to her readers to be one hundred and ten percent honest. If she loses their trust, she is in trouble. She has kept their trust and will continue to keep it after this review, especially. She added visual evidence of the changes it made to her hair over a seven day period.
It takes a special reviewer to put that time of time, effort, and commitment into a product. However, she takes what she does incredibly seriously and does not take it for granted. She used the Fig version, which gave her extra bounce and shine. She has fine hair, so she needed something that would work on her fine hair. Not only did it work, but it worked wonders and she was in awe by what she saw at the end of the seven day period. For more info, visit the WEN Facebook page and YouTube channel.