Fashion Editor Puts Chaz by Wen Products To The Test
Buzzle Fashion Editor Emily McClure has heard a great deal about Chaz by WEN hair. The QVC station are flooded with infomercials touting this product as the best to come along in a long time. A lot of women give the products two thumbs up, but is it all just hype? McClure aims to find out.
So, McClure purchased on Amazon the Sweet Almond Mint conditioning cleanser to try on her fine hair. She decided that 7 days should be enough time to know definitively if the product works. So, what did she think about Chaz at the end of her experiment? The reviews are mixed.
While Chaz has some good points such as adding body and shine, it can make your hair very oily. She also noticed that on the day she broke her routine with the product, her hair quickly became flat and stringy. She was also concerned that the directions called for 14 pumps of product – which is a lot.
McClure says the product is great for a person who has fine hair. But, if you’re lazy and can’t keep up the routine, you may not get the desired results. But, she said she could definitely see herself using the product on bad hair days.
Wen hair was created by celebrity hair stylist Chaz Dean. He was looking for something to give customers great looking hair without having to reach for 4-5 bottles of product. So, he came up with his own hair care products. The Chaz products add body, shine and volume to hair. It works on all hair types.
Dean, who has been in the hair care industry for more than 20 years, was born in Vermont grew up in New Jersey. He attended cosmetology school and is an avid photographer. He has a long list of celebrity clientele who swear by his products.
Official website: http://www.wen.com/