Have you seen the Wen hair reviews on the infomercial by Chaz Dean? I was up late the other night and of course got suckered in, I just can't help myself with infomercials; I know I'm not alone or they wouldn't keep making them. But all the same I still always feel a little stupid for falling for what their selling. In this case, even more so because I'm not even that into my hair. Yeah, I want it to look good, but I never go to a salon, I don't use product and until recently I've been using Suave shampoo (nothing against Suave, I actually like it, but it is probably the least expensive thing out there.)
So it is actually saying a lot that they convinced me to buy their product, but of course they did. All it took was to hear that we are all actually washing our hair with detergent to make me consider it, and then when I saw the results other people were having I was intrigued.
If you want to know whether or not to believe the people on the TV, my answer is yes, in this case you can. I ordered the cleansing conditioner and have been using it for about 3 weeks now. Even after the first use I could tell my hair was different. It was softer, fuller and looked really nice. I still have flyaways, but I think that is pretty normal actually and if you want perfectly straight hair that looks like glass, that will take more product. But as I said before, I don't use a lot of product, and even though I'm quite enjoying the extras that came in the kit, the Wen styling creme, Re Moist Intensive Treatment and even the texture balm, I doubt I'll spend more money on that stuff.
But the conditioner? Yep! I'll be buying that again. I feel guilty about spending that much money on my hair, but at the same time I feel guilty about using detergent on my hair. It did feel like straw in comparison and that can't be good.
So if you are curious to try this product but didn't know if you could believe the Wen hair reviews you saw on TV, take it from someone who tried it first hand, it works. It is a nice product that does cleanse your hair and leaves it soft and manageable. If you can afford to pay more for yourself, then I would definitely recommend it, but I don't recommend it if you need to take out a second mortgage on your house just to have softer hair! In that case I would wait until you have the funds to invest; it has been on the market for a few years now and it is a really nice product to use.