It claimed to replace traditional shampoo and leave your hair soft and healthy. Well, that sounds great! I'll try it! Steve, being awesome, said he'd get it for me if I wanted to try it, as he's a proponent of me looking good.
It arrived today. I opened it up, and unpacked the box. It contained:
Intensive Hair Treatment
Wide tooth comb
I gave Maya the box, and took the comb and conditioner out.
Here's me before my shower:
And here's me after my shower and several hours later at Steve's house:
|Sorry it's so dark. My face is being lit by the light of his PlayStation.
I haven't used the intensive treatment or the texturizing balm yet. I will use the intensive treatment this weekend and report back. I had intended to use it today, but my primping time had to be cut short because Steve and I are meeting up with some friends at the Corner of Chaos haunted hayride and corn maze. That's why before and after are in two different locations. I'm so excited!
In case I don't blog before Monday, Happy Halloween everyone! Be safe!
I was asked some questions, so I thought I'd give some more information.
I definitely think it's worth checking out. For $30, you get a lot of product. A friend recommended the Fekkai Shea Hair mask, but at $30 for 7 oz, I think I will stick to the Wen system for a little longer. If the intensive treatment lets me down, I may splurge on Fekkai.
Also, Wen claims to be a natural hair product which is definitely a plus. Modern shampoos are very harsh on your hair, so I've been on the lookout for alternatives for a long time. I had tried solid shampoos and conditioners before but they left my hair dry. This is only day of this system, so I am still optimistic.