Chaz recommends three must do’s when using WEN®:
1. Thoroughly and completely rinse your hair for 1-2 minutes before applying the Cleansing Conditioner.
2. Use enough product to totally cover your hair (although there will be NO lather, it should feel thick, rich and creamy).
3. Leave the conditioner in your hair for 3-5 minutes or longer (usually the duration of your shower).
WEN isn’t like an ordinary shampoo so you want to use more of it, not less. You can never use too much! The more you use, the better the results.
Short or fine hair or medium textured hair: Use 16-24 pumps Medium length hair or medium or thick textured hair: Use 24-32 pumps Very long hair or very thick/coarse hair: Use 32-40 pumps Be sure to work the Cleansing Conditioner into your hair evenly from the crown section, through the nape section and to the ends of the hair (more pumps could be needed depending on the hair texture).
That’s up to you. Some people like to wash their hair daily. Others will go a day or two between washings. Although WEN is gentle enough to use every day, if you don’t, you can combine 4-6 pumps of Cleansing Conditioner with a twenty-cent size amount of Anti-Frizz Styling Crème in a spray bottle with water. Shake vigorously to mix completely. Spritz it on 12-18 inches above hair to provide a light mist. Shake out and restyle or fluff up your hair!
In order for you to see the full benefits of using WEN you will need to try WEN on its own for at least 4 weeks.
For best results, WEN products are available for all your styling needs. WEN products available include: Texture Balm, Sweet Almond Mint Anti-Frizz Styling Cream, Sweet Almond Mint Re Moist Intensive hair Treatment.
WEN Cleansing Conditioner will not lather as it doesn’t contain any detergents or laurel sulfate that can strip your hair of natural oils. It should however be nice and thick and creamy.
The recommended quantities are to be followed as a guide only – this will differ depending on the length and volume of your hair. The Conditioning Cleanser does not lather; therefore enough should be used to ensure full hair coverage.
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