WEN is a popular hair care product that claims to be an all-in-one bottle that shampoos, conditions, cleans, detangles, and even repairs damaged hair. The product is primarily sold through the salon system where prices are higher than the normal retail. But this product has been created by a dedicated hair stylist and product developer, Chaz Dean, and may be the answer to those women who are looking for an easy to use all-in-one shampoo for daily hair care use. Dean has always been opposed to the use of harsh detergents that women use to clean their hair. He has been using organic products in his creations even before they had become popular.
Another stylist and beauty and fashion blogger, Emily McClure, became interested in the claims of Dean’s product and decided to give it a full examination. She intended to test the product over a seven-day period to see what effect it would have on her hair.
McClure used daily selfies to show the original condition of her hair and the final result after the seven-day trial. She began with a photo taken when she returned from a weekend out of town, and her hair fully showed the strains of traveling. She continued with Dean’s product until the conclusion and the enthusiastic comments of a group of friends as the trial was winding down. McClure recommends the product for women who shower in the morning before beginning their day.
Both Dean’s product and McClure’s analysis represent the newest form of product development and advertising. These individual efforts in both product development and advertising are now highly regarded by the consuming masses. The more personal efforts toward development of a product and the unbiased testing of the product promote interest in consumers. Check out your local QVC and Guthy-Renker beauty store for Wen hair care products.
Enjoy the entire article in Bustle by Emily McClure here.
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