Jul 22, 2012
Has anyone tried the Wen hair products? I've been thinking about trying it.
Ive tried the shampoo, conditioner, and heat protectant. I absolutely love them. So worth the price
Jul 24, 2012
I say depends on your hair type. I have thick hair and Wen didn't seems to do anything for me but keep my hair heavy and greasy.
Sally Beauty Supply has the Wen knockoff called Hair One. A pump bottle (I think 12 oz.) is under $11. My Mom has used both and she says the Hair One does better than the Wen.
@Jennifer Thanks! I think I'll try that one before I try Wen. The price of Wen is what's holding me back.
Will it work for dry brittle hair?:)
I currently have the products and it has made my hair greasy. I have lavender, but I am going to try the cucumber aloe.
Wen and Hair One products are sulfate free products. Regular shampoo contain sulfates that strip your hair so your body responds by making more oil. A sulfate free shampoo does not strip your hair so your hair doesn't need any more oil but your body has gotten used to producing more oil so it will take a little bit for your body to stop producing oil.
Thank you for the information. I thought I was doing something wrong.
@Brianna. You may find that wen/hair one will help your hair since it does not contain sulfates that strip the hair. You may want to try Moroccan/Aragon oil. Sally's has it for around $5-$7 per bottle. The bottles are small but you don't use alot. Put a tiny amount on wet hair and dry/style as usual. The oil will make your hair soft and shiny.
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