on Aug 26, 2012 @ 11:55 am|
Ok, so of course the commercials make this stuff just just fantastic but does it really work? Its really expencive and I dont know anyone who has ever tried it. I have tried every kind of shampoo and conditoner and leave in treatments under the sun and still have not found a combo that I am happy with. Has anyone given it a try and found that it has made a difference?
|Also curious on Aug 27, 2012 @ 10:59 pm|
I have seen these ad's as aswell
and they have certainly peeked my interest in knowing if it actually works!
|WEN... on Aug 28, 2012 @ 05:38 am|
I got the WEN set (in Cucumber) for my birthday in April, and my feeling on it is "meh". :\
I have not noticed any difference in the softness, shine, or volume of my hair. Moreover, you have to really scrub out the conditioner because if you do not, it will make your hair look greasy. Since you are suppose to wash your hair with this once or twice a week only, you have to get every bit of conditioner out. That is not exactly easy because the bottle says to divide your hair into four sections and apply several pumps of conditioner to each part in order to cover every hair. For those with long, thick, or curly hair, that means running out of the product by the second use. Then again, I guess that is the point because you will be forced to order more bottles.
|Wen on Aug 28, 2012 @ 11:26 am|
As I understand it, Wen seems to be a cleansing conditioner. I am not totally sure what makes it different than any other conditioner or a conditioning hair mask. You can actually use conditioner to cleanse your hair too if you have very dry hair, you could actually skip a wash here and there and just condition instead. I don't know if I would invest that much money in a product like this. I would recommend trying out a drugstore conditioning hair mask first. Have you tried the L'Oreal ones?
|:) on Aug 30, 2012 @ 04:01 pm|
Tried a little bit of everything from hot oil treatments to salon deep conditioners... Lots of misses, a couple hits as far as actually making a difference to the quality of my hair goes. Pretty sure I could open up my own drug store with the amount of health and beauty supplies that are under my bathroom sink! lol
|herbal options on Oct 04, 2012 @ 01:40 pm|
I saw a few affordable herbal shampoo / conditioner options at Shoppers Drug Mart. That one that's coming to mind is called Organix (i think). I'm waiting for my current shampoo (Garnier) to run out so I can try it out! :)
|Wen on Oct 10, 2012 @ 04:49 pm|
I use it and quite like it. I have thick, coarse hair where the nape is kinky, then layer on top is wavy and then straight hair from the top. With regular shampoo, I have to wash my hair every other day which causes havic on my hair but with Wen, I am able to go three days without washing and wash on the fourth day and my hair is soft and smooth, but I do use regular shampoo once a month just to get rid of any buildup. I find that I have to rinse with warm water and not hot or else it doesn't work like it says it does.
|Wen deal! on Apr 06, 2014 @ 07:16 pm|
I was ordering some Proactiv online this week and they have the same distributor as Wen in Canada. Right after my Proactiv order processed, an automated window popped up with an offer to try Wen for $9.95 and they would include travel sizes, anti-frizz styling cream, and ReMoist intensive hair treatment as a bonus. I HAD to try it at that price.
I thought the different types were just different scents so I chose Lavender. (Duh - I know!) I just opened the container and it smells gorgeous! I will write a review when I use it... I know you need to use LOTS of product and I have long hair so I might wait until I get it cut next month.