Wen by Chaz Dean • Cleansing Conditioners - All • Shampoo
|Would buy this product again.||55%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have been using this over a week now and I have tried all but the FIG scent.I have short,fine, colortreated/graying ,thinning oily hair.This has made a HUGE difference in the appearence of my hair already.My favorites are the Tea Tree and Pomegranite.The pricing is a little high, but I did just purchase a gallon of the tea tree and POM which will last me a year( my daughter loves it too),which is a little more cost effective.QVC also has the best prices and return policies.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I had hair extensions and when I took them out my ends were dry and brittle. I decided to try Wen's Lavender cleansing conditioner. I really love it! It makes my ends soft and tangle free. The only downside is that I have extremely oily roots and if I don't rinse A LOT it will look greasy. I also wash my hair every day so it isn't too big a problem. But I would not be able to go two days without washing my hair because it's so oily. Every few days I wash with a regular shampoo and just put Wen on the ends. That also cuts down on oiliness.
My hair is really fine and it does weigh it down a little, but again when I rinse a lot it isn't too much of a problem.
The price seems high, but my hair is so fine I only need to use less than half of the amount of pumps they recommend on the infomercial. So for me, it comes out about the same price as the salon shampoo I was using before.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I have used Wen on and off for a few years, and was just dealing with the outrageous cost because after chemo/radiation my hair always seemed extremely dry and coarse. I have been using fig on my almost waist length naturally curly hair. My issues only issues are the cost, it's ONLY available online, and I am actually allergic to it if left on my skin (menthol?idk) and it does not smell very appealing, my husband told me I smell like a Greatful Dead concert (not good). So, heeeere's the GOOD news, Sally beauty supply now sells a cleansing conditioner that I just tested out for 60 days, and I actually like this much better than wen, and it's $9.99 for a bottle only a tad smaller (12oz., instead of 16oz.) I am so happy that I came across this product. (Hair one)
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I am almost an expert on WEN since I've been using it on and off (mostly on) since the third showing of it on QVC in early 2006. I tried the first set of it (as a matter of fact)...six ounce bottles of Fig, TT, and SAM, and except for the TT...I was VERY impressed.
I have tried most of the products in the line and many different configurations (usually TSV's), and the ONLY one I come back to is the cleanser/conditioner...(well...I do use the fig oil for my hands when they get really dry in the winter...and the stuff lasts years...believe me)
I have a love/hate relationship with WEN. It was the 2nd shampoo (oops cleanser) that left my hair tangle free. The first being L'Occitane...yes...just the shampoo left my hair tangle-free.
I don't know why it has taken me this long to review it. I guess it's BECAUSE my feelings are so ambivalent. I've written about it extensively on the "Q" beauty forums, and I really know how to use it. Chaz Dean got a lot of his tips from people like me...like the one about needing a LOT of water...before, during and after...what a mess if you don't rinse, rinse, rinse.
I have fine, color-treated hair, but lots of it. It's shoulder length, and has always tangled easily, and WEN gives me the luxury of being able to comb through my hair and most of the time...it looks like it it did when I was a teenager...very rich and healthy. It's acually a lot thicker than it was five years ago, and that's saying something. All of the different kinds react very differently on my hair. The SAM on its own leaves MY hair chalky, Cucumber Aloe cleanses my scalp, but can leave my hair limp, FIG is great sometimes...sometimes too heavy, TT...yuk!...hate the smell (along w/ CCA) and it leaves my hair greasy, and nasty unless I mix it with other WENs. Lavender seems to be ideal (but don't really care for the menthol smell and it CAN be drying), and the new one...the Pomegrante...it's very nice...almost more of a gel, but it too CAN BE kind of drying, and now...both the SAM and the POM suds in a peculiar way, and I really don't care for that.
So...I'm stuck. I can't really find one that totally suits my hair, tried mixing and that does work (esp when you do a total cocktail), but again...the cost, and even then...it doesn't work ALL the time.
There must be something out there that works just as well, and keeps my color in that isn't priced as ridiculously as WEN. I've tried washing my hair w/ a good shampoo and then the 2nd one is WEN. I've also done WEN light (that's when you mix 1 part WEN with 1 part water. The results on my hair are sometimes good...sometimes not. I've also tried it as just a leave-in, and my hair feels kind of stripped and limp.
1. The scent of most of them
2. The cost--obscene
3. The pump and general useless nature of delivery (at this price, it should be in a squeeze bottle where you can get every last drop)
4. The cult-like nature WEN. It's just a hair product people...not a religion.
5. Eventually...especially when I get sick...like the flu or something...I get build-up with WEN...in fact...I get build up with WEN anyway, and when I get the build up, my scalp frankly stinks (something I've never ever had happen to me before)
I continue to use it and I keep trying other things. I have used one sulfate free shampoo from Trader Joe's, and it was really nice. If I were very well off...I would just USE it, but my hair can't stand in the way of all my other necessities in this economy, so I'll keep looking for something else, and maybe hoping (yeah...right), that Mr. Dean will lower his costs.
Friends don't let other friends use something that's going to break the bank.
Edit: Right after writing my review...I read one by mousefans. Thank you...thank you! I just ordered the Sallys in the Cucumber and have ordered samples of the others. It gets great reviews, and even so...It contains cones that coat the hair (you can feel that your hair is almost waterproofed...weird, eh?), but then so does Hair-One. I'll write a review of it after I receive it, and get a really good purifying shampoo. I read the review of Frederick Fekkai's (sp?) Apple cider one and it sounds good, and then, of course...Trader Joe's and other places have some really great inexpensive purifying shampoos. Right now...I use Purity Made Simple on my hair once every month...I know...sounds odd...but really purifying,.
Update-121311:After trying a myriad of things, I doubt that I will ever be into the WEN thing again. There's so much out there, and I'm saving money. The only times I use it now are when sometimes when I'm initially doing the base color of my hair, and when my hair feels terribly dry. I still have 1/2 of the 23 ounce Pom that I bought in a TSV, and I really dislike the smell, so slowly, slowly...it's going down, AND...I've really gotten fed up with the whole WEN thing now. They're always on TV...either the informercial or QVC, and it's a never ending thing. Chaz now even has his own porcupine brush that he charges an arm and a leg for. The old Spornette one is just great for $7 and change on amazon.
Yet another update-042012: I've finished off my WEN (yes!), and wasn't even tempted by the recent TSV on QVC. I've tried it since I last updated it on 121311, and it ALWAYS leaves my hair feeling slimy, and makes it look dull. I sometimes wonder if they didn't change the formula when it went into mass production. Believe me ladies, I've found so many things out there that leave my hair feeling so good. They're inexpensive, really do cleanse my hair and are healthy too. Mr Dean and his hairdressers must use some special purifying cleanser that he has yet to present to the public, because these women could never look that good, and do you notice that some of them stop being WEN girls? I'm waiting for his new purifying cleanser/conditioner that's named for another homeless lady. I'm not kidding.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I use the lavender WEN, which is terrific on my thick, long colored hair. I saturate my hair with cool water in the shower, apply 6 pumps to front, crown and length then 5 to the sides, add some cool water to emulsify the product and clip my hair up while I lather and shave. After I rinse (again in cool water) I add back 1-2 pumps (mainly to the ends), towel and air dry (I rarely if ever have the patience for blow-drying). I enjoy the tingling sensation from the menthol, and my hair rinses out silky smooth and remains that way for 3-4 days (because my hair is colored and past my shoulders, I only wash it 2-3 x per week). I am on the auto delivery plan from QVC, and I usually have about 1/4 of the bottle left by the time I receive my shipment. Figuring out that the lavender was the right product for me took some trial and error; initially I tried Fig - not a fan of the scent(Ludens cherry cough drops) and it left my hair weighed down and greasy feeling. There's definitely a difference in each formulation - it's not just different fragrances! Cons for this product are the expense (I still use several styling products, and 1-3x per month I wash with regular shampoo and conditioner to keep from developing product fatigue, so I can't really say that this replaced any of my other products) and the pump on the bottle needs a longer stem so that it continues to work all the way through the bottle - I find that it usually craps out about halfway through the bottle. I love the way it leaves my hair silky and fresh scented, and I really appreciate the natural oils and lack of SLS. I wouldn't call it the HG of haircare or anything, but I really do like this product :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Dark, Cool Hair: Black, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I have really, thick, curly hair and this product was heaven sent! It definetly revitalized my coarse frizzy hair. I havn't straightend it in the 2 months I've used it. I bought the 32oz bottle through QVC. The price is the only thing throwing me off.
It does wonders for my hair, but breaks my bank. I've found some alternatives and still testing products. Currently I've weened myself off using Wen as a cleanser and use Trader Joes Tea Tree and Peppermint sulfate free shampoo ($5) and only use wen as a leave in. Hopefully I will find an alternative for it as a leave in as well. As great a product, it's just too expensive.
The Trader Joes is crap. Does NOTHING!! No cleansing at all. I've gone back to using sulfate shampoos. I've been using the Shea Moisture Coconut and Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie as a leave in and I LOVE it. My hair has acquired some heat damage again and I miss the effect Wen had on my hair. I'm going to give it another go. The product itself is wonderful! I just wish it were more affordable.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I saw the commercial and reviewed the product and decided it was worth a try. I must admit at first, I was luke warm about it.
Take 1: I tried it for 4 days per the instructions that came with it and was frustrated because it appeared to build up and cause my hair to get very oily-so i thought how is this cleaning my hair then?!
Take 2: I washed with my regular shampoo (rinse and repeat) and thought I'd use it as a conditioner, I used 2 pumps per section rather than the 4 they said I should use and only 1 for my hair part where it got the oiliest and only left it in for a little while. Much much better results but I thought I'd give it another shot since scaling it back made it work so much better.
Take 3: So shampoo typically works better if you do a cleanse, rinse, and repeat. Ever notice shampoo will suds more the second time around? So I use my regular shampoo-just a tiny amount-less than half what I normally used-and my repeat is with Wen.
The result? I have never gotten this many compliments on my hair!! It has worked better than any leave in conditioner, or shampoo-conditioner combo I've ever used and I sold hair product for a year!
My hair is soft and healthy-I can tie it in a knot and it slides right out which I recently learned is a sign of healthy hair (haven't you ever seen them do this in commercials? lol).
This is pretty shocking for me because I'm a big fan of the heat styling, hair dryers and flatirons which are killer on hair. I also color (at home) every 4-5 months. I was also fighting with a dry itchy scalp for a while and I haven't had a problem with it even though the air here is super dry right now and nothing else worked until now.
I would say-the price isn't too bad when you order it from somewhere other then WEN (amazon has it). I really only want the cleansing conditioner-not the whole line too. I don't like companies that auto-reorder for you so I think I will continue to order from Amazon.com.
The one problem I have with it is you can only order online...it would be nice that when I've only got a day or twos worth left I can just run to a local salon for it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I had doubts. Lots of them. My stylist had switched to permanent color in the last year in order to get adequate coverage on my ever-increasing amount of stubborn gray. Since that time, my hair had been feeling parched no matter what I seemed to use - especially upon rinsing out my shampoo - just horribly knotted and rough. So, in a blinding flash of the obvious it occured to me that shampoo might be my problem.
Well, the product delivers. My hair is clean, bouncy, less frizzy and definitely not as dry - not nearly. There was a difference right away, but I also do agree that you have to use this product at least for a couple of weeks to really see the full difference in your hair. I do find that I need to take a break from Wen once a week to continue getting optimum results and the number of pumps is just plain sales BS. I have very thick layered hair below my shoulders and I use 10 pumps and add a tiny bit of water. I made no difference in results whatsoever when I used more, so don't throw your money away following that advice. It's actually pretty affordable using a reasonable amount of the product, especially considering the bucks I was spending on really expensive conditioners before this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I really wanted to love this product and generally I did however the price and the amount of product that they instruct you to use makes it not worth it to me.
Pros - for me, the product works great. I have colored, fine, straight hair and I was worried this might weigh my hair down, but it did not. After every use my hair feels really soft and silky and I will say that I always feel like I'm having a good hair day after I use it, which is really nice. It was odd getting used to the non-lather part of it, but that's not such a big deal as it's really creamy so you feel like you're really working something into your hair. The smell is nice as well.
Cons - The worst thing about this is how much they tell you to use...for my fine hair they recommend about 16 pumps (4 for each section of hair), for those with thicker hair it's much more. This makes the product disappear really fast. I don't wash my hair everyday (every other day) and I didn't even use Wen each time I did wash my hair, and it's already gone before I've received another bottle (yes I did sign up for the monthly subscription which I'll be cancelling soon).
Aside from that it's pretty pricey for how many times you actually get to use it. I'm not afraid of spending a little money on a nice shampoo if it's worth it, but unfortunately this isn't worth the money for the few uses I get.
It's too bad, because if it weren't for the amount you use and the quickness it disappears I'd be a huge fan of this, but I just can't be.
I'd recommend this to others to try and maybe not sign up for the monthly subscription if you can (maybe order on Amazon?) just to see if it's worth it for you. I just hope they aren't difficult when trying to cancel, if so I'll come back and review that as well.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have fine, wavy, oily hair and it made my hair a complete grease pit...I got a perm so I would have more body. Now, of course, my hair is damaged so I got it out and tried it again and it works fabulously. My hair is shiny and pretty. It is a little pricey, especially after you add s&h. However, I can handle it because nobody else in the house is allowed to use it. I just ordered my second bottle. I don't like the pump all that much but it works. I wouldn't recommend to anyone with fine oily hair but if you've got any damage I think it's totally worth it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Fine Eyes: Brown
Cleansing Conditioner? Yes! I can't get over just how much I love this stuff. I use the lavender formula for my fine/curly/shoulder length hair.
First off, I was concerned that it wouldn't actually clean my hair. Well, I was wrong. It cleans. Then I was worried that it would weigh my hair down because it's a major conditioner. Nope. that didn't happen. Why it peaked my curiousity? Because I have had more and more hair in the drain in the mornings or on my clothes. I seem to be shedding like a dog lately. I am 40 yrs old, color my hair with a very gentle formula (AgeBeautiful - love this!) wash daily. I used to deep condition once a week and use a shine/color seal once a week. Those two are now not needed. With just this product, I get incredible shine & silkiness. I would love to say that my hair feels like it did when I was a kid but I don't even think my hair was this great when I WAS a kid! Love it. I am such a convert.
The only reason why I took off one lippie is because it's not readily available and the price is high.
I have also reviewed Hair One. Pls check that review as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have been using Wen for almost two months now, and I am offically in love! When you put it on, it kind of tingles on your scalp (I even put it on any zits in the shower, and it seems to clam it down!)
A lot of reviews I have read on QVC have people complaining about how long it takes to clease their hair, and about how many pumps Chaz alledges you must use to completely clean your hair.
Personally, I use the Fig, I am multi-racial and have think curly hair naturally - Chaz says to use roughly 12 pumps per section (4sections) which is kind of rediculous. I've cut it down to about 5 pumps per section and it has worked great!
Just play around with how much you need, if your hair feels dirty still after - you're not using enough.
I think it's almost a scam making you waste so much product - but overall, my hair looks fantastic and I will purchase again, it's worth the price!! I LOVE WEN - NO SHAMPOO FOR ME!!!
Tip from Chaz, I just tried: Follow instructions for cleansing conditionir, but instead of washing it out - place a shower cap on your hair and sleep with the product in. Rinse in the morning, it makes it a mask too then. My hair looks it's best yet!
"FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS USE SHAMPOO"
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I love, love, love this product! Wen Cleansing conditioner is definitely a different way to cleanse/condition and style my hair.
1) You must use the product correctly.
a) Rinse hair for 2-3 minutes,
b) pump 10-15 times into your hands
c) work into your hair vigorously for a few minutes and spread out to all your hair with provided comb
d) Rinse and do it again
e) now leave the product in your hair while you continue bathing/showering
f) rinse thoroughly AND while hair is still drenched, work into it another 1 to 2 pumps of product along with a dime/quarter size amount of styling creme.
2) You need to know that the product does not have detergent and will not "soap"
If you are blowing out your hair, use 1 pump of leave in, if you are air drying use 2 pumps of leave in cleansing conditioner.
It sounds like al ot but I can assure you it is done fast and simply. I am a perfect example, I have only been using the product for 2 weeks and I have Parkinson's!
I have color treated hair and it has never been as soft and shinning as it is with Wen.
The KEY is to use the proper amount of product, follow the directions and you will love it too!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I will never wash my hair with shampoo again!!! I finally broke down and bought the Cucumber Aloe version, for my fine hair. It says it's their most clarifying for oily to fine hair. My hair lacks oil but is very fine, so I am always worried about build up and weight.
I cannot tell you how incredible my hair feels and looks! It is the softest I think it's ever been, the shiniest and it is full of body! No weight or build up either. I didn't find it to be as time consuming as it seems, since you usually have to shampoo, rinse, put in the regular conditioners, leave on and then rinse anyway. I found it the same in terms of time.
I just put maybe 3 pumps massaged into my scalp, splashed with water and massaged again, then maybe 4 more pumps for the rest of my hair, then I used a butterfly clip and put it up for the remander of my shower. Rinsed really well and voila! That easy! I towel dry and put in a bit of the Cucumber Aloe styling cream (which is amazing as well), and comb.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Have been using Wen for almost a year. My hair is thick, dark, and a bit coarse. Its natural tendency is to be a frizzy wavy mess if I do not style and blowdry. Wen does calm the hair, and my stylist noticed that my hair seemed healthier. I use about 10-12 pumps during a wash on my layered just-past-the-shoulder hair, and wash my hair 2-3 times per week. Wen is a nice product, and I would keep purchasing, but it's just too expensive. Nearly $45 per bottle here in California.
The styling lotion is okay, in very small quantities. Has a tendency to weigh my hair down if I use too much, and it's not something I would buy on its own. (Received it with the first few packages on cleanser.)
The deep conditioner isn't impressive, frankly. I have been using it as a conditioner with non-Wen shampoo, and it works well for that. But for overnight treatment, I think any standard hair oil (I use jojoba, olive, almond), works just as well, without the goopy mess. Just canceled my subscription. Will update if I'm bereft without it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I have extremely dry hair, heavily highlighted and naturally curly. I only wash about once a week and straighten once a week also. I have fine hair, but lots of it and again, extremely dry! I saw this product on qvc and finally gave in and tried it. The first cleansing conditioner I ordered was the fig one since it is good for dry hair. I did not use as many pumps as they recommended, but I used enough to coat my hair. I massaged it into my scalp for a minute or 2 then left it on for about 5 minutes. My scalp felt so clean and my hair so moisturized. I have used the Fig, Tea Tree, Sweet Almond Mint, and Lavender thus far and love them all. I find my hair is in better condition, more moisturized, and I only use one product. I do use a deep conditioner after my hair is colored, but use the WEN first. I have also used WEN to rinse the bleach from my hair for highlights and it does a great job of getting all the bleach out. I purchased this for my mom and sister for Christmas and recently bought the pomegranate to try. I will not be switching anytime soon!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Red, Relaxed, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I got suckered into buying this after watching Chaz and Lisa R. on QVC rave about his products. I also heard the fig was good for African American hair. I purchased the trio for $30 and tried it for about a month before I had to leave it alone. At first it started good and my hair felt moisturized. Of course,my hair was always moisturized because I take good care of my hair. Week 3, my hair started breaking off....from the roots! I put the bottles down and haven't looked back since. I guess I am just chained to my many bottles of products that I used (hair mask, clarifying shampoo, moisturizing shampoo, 2 conditiioners, and numerous styling products) prior to Wen to keep my hair moisturized and lookinf fab.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I first tried Wen in January of this year. Fig is the first of the Wen cleansing conditioners I tried. I started with that formula since my hair is very thick, very coarse, frizzy and has a bushy wave to it. Plus it was pretty damaged from flat ironing nearly every day. I was so excited when my package arrived and I pored over all the reading material/instructions included with my order. I wanted to make sure I got the process down right. From the moment I put the product on my hair, I knew it was something way different than anything I had ever used before. The lack of lather was no bother to me—I had used sulfate-free shampoos in the past, and there’s not much lather to those either. But the thickness and slip of the product was different. I liked it. I followed the instructions to a “T” (48 pumps—my hair was about mid-back length), and as I was rinsing, I marveled at how my hands just glided through my hair—hair that literally felt like silk. I got out of the shower and gently dabbed at my head with a towel. I was surprised at how Wen had made my hair incredibly soft and much more manageable—even when I just let it air dry. Frizz? Almost non-existent.
From there I purchased the 6 oz. bottles of all the other formulations except the Tea Tree (to be honest, I was just worried about how it would smell). I fell in love with the Sweet Almond Mint and Lavender (sorry to say I never even tried the Cucumber Aloe as I couldn’t get past how unpleasant I found the scent), especially when the Fig began to feel a little too heavy for my hair which was quickly becoming much less coarse and frizzy.
Unfortunately, I felt the time I spent in the shower doing the whole process was cumbersome. I am a mother of three little boys and a minimum 20-25 minute shower was a bit much (especially on the nights I just wanted to drop into bed). So I fell back into a basic shampoo and condition routine using the Wen as my conditioner until, sadly, I went back to regular conditioner as well, storing my practically empty bottles of Wen away.
Then, about 2 months ago, I caught one of Chaz’s appearances on QVC and was astonished at how beautiful all of the models hair was—and how they were completely devoted Wen girls. That night I decided to pull out my old bottle of Fig, and fell in love with Wen all over again. I had a bit of that and the Sweet Almond Mint left. After using them for a few days, I decided to go ahead and make another purchase as these bottle weren’t going to last me much longer. And, I wanted to be a Wen girl. Luckily there was an exceptional deal going on for the 32 oz. bottle with a Re-Moist and Replenishing Mist. I bought the Sweet Almond Mint (since Fig tended to get a bit too heavy for me with repeated use). I also caved and bought the Tea Tree and Sweet Almond Mint combo as Lisa was raving about it and I heard of the benefits tea tree has in growing hair (I had recently cut my hair to above shoulder level and had regretted it).
I have been using only Wen faithfully for a little over 2 months now. The time I once fretted about wasting in the shower, I indulge in it. I need the “me time”, and if I make sure it’s after the kid’s are asleep, or before they wake up in the morning, I don’t feel guilty about taking it.
Plus my hair looks and feels amazing. I am so glad I tried the Tea Tree formula as I feel it really strengthened my hair and I have minimal to no breakage. Sweet Almond Mint is my favorite—not too heavy, not too light (the Tea Tree can come off a bit greasy to me if I skip a shampoo) and I like to use that in my ends with Tea Tree at the scalp every other wash and Sweet Almond Mint only the rest of the days.
Now recently I tried the brand new Pomegranate formula and think I have a new favorite. It is very moisturizing, but not at all heavy or greasy. I’ll be honest and say that when I first used it, the scent was a bit odd for my taste (almost smelled artificial and reminded of some scented doll from my childhood, although I couldn’t place it) but after the first use, it isn’t as unpleasant as I had first thought. Plus my hair seems fuller and bouncier than before.
Is Wen expensive? Yes. But I also don’t spend any money on any other products like mousse, leave-ins, hairsprays, serums, etc. It’s money well spent. Also, the issue with the pump not getting all the product out is a bit annoying, but I just turn the bottle upside down (and now they come with a cap) and dispense it that way. Sure I can’t count the “pumps” I need, but I can eyeball it pretty good by now.
Overall—if you’re on the fence about trying it, please do. Just make sure to follow the directions and select the correct formula for your hairtype.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I wanted not to love this becouse of the price but no such luck! My hair has never been healthier.The only problem is it's not economical.You use so much at one time and it's gone before you know it.I have the tea tree & sweet almond mint in the 32 oz. sizes and I go through one bottle in less than a month.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I ordered this product from QVC, as it's much less expensive than on the Chaz Dean web site. I love this product! It is a little weird at first getting used to no suds, but once you are used to it you'll love it. My thin curly color-treated hair has never look this good. I say give it a try, you may love it as much as I do.
That said, I just discovered that Sally's Beauty Supply carries their own line called Hair One. I'm going to see if it's as good as Wen and will update my review.