(Closed) Wen Hair Care?

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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696 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I have it..bought it once like 6 months ago and still have most of it. It is ok but honestly not any better than regular shampoo and I have curly hair as well…it does seem to smooth the flyaways somewhat and add a little shine but the reason I dont use it often is because they tell you to use like 25 pumps of the stuff in one washing…I only use about 10 which is still an extreme amount but that is how much it takes to make it feel all coated enough. You have to rinse your hair very well when using this..im talking like 10-15 minutes just rinsing it out and going through it with a comb in the shower to make sure you get it all out otherwise it might leave your hair feeling greasy.

IMO it is definitely not worth the price tag..try it once and see how it works for you maybe but I dont find it to be anything special.

Post # 5
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5667 posts
Bee Keeper

A bunch of ladies in my office started to use it and loved it, but all but one has switched to Hair One from Sally’s. They claim they get the same result and for much less money.

ETA: I couldn’t get past the idea of not using real shampoo and I get dandruff so I didn’t think the Wen style of product was for me. Instead I use Oribe’s For Beautiful Colour line of sulfate free shampoo, conditioner and masque. I love it.

Post # 6
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696 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

You and me both haha..I have tried so many products for curly hair, all which I have found to be exactly the same as any generic brand haha even the salon products dont seem to do much for me 🙁

Post # 8
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1659 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I used a bottle of the cleansing conditioner that I got as a gift and I’m totally indifferent on the results. I have thick, fine spiral curly hair and I just use conditioner…I only use shampoo if I’ve been in chlorine or if there’s something nasty in my hair. I don’t think the conditioner cleansed any more than the regular conditioners that I use.

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