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Have you tried Wen?

alsaxonalsaxon Posts: 734Registered Users
What did you think?
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  • nakka89nakka89 Posts: 14Registered Users
    Ive tried it and it really didnt do anything special for me...but my sister has really thick, dry, 4a hair and she loves it. She told me it makes her hair really soft, moisturized, and alot more manageable

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    co-wash: nature's gate tea tree condish (new formula) or burt's bees raspberry&brazil nut condish
    leave-in: suave naturals tropical coconut
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  • h2wQueenh2wQueen Posts: 551Registered Users
    I am not a fan. I find that other products i've used work better.
    "We Live From the Head Down and Not the Feet Up" ~Donnie
  • mjshegogmjshegog Posts: 1Registered Users
    I have REALLY thick 4a hair and I love it. It has really helped define my curls as they never have been before. And makes it super soft. It's expensive, but it's worth it for me.
  • windycitycurlwindycitycurl Posts: 55Registered Users
    I am a 4a, and have tried different formulae of Wen: Sweet Almond Mint, Tea Tree, and Fig. I found them to be drying. I really wanted to like them, but they were drying my hair out. Also, the menthol, which gives that clean-tingle, started to sting my face. :0
    4a
    Fine w/some thickness at the crown
    Med Porosity/Low Protein
    Henna-once/twice a year
    Terressentials Mud Wash-2/3X a month
    Aussie Moist Condish- Detangler, AOGBP Condish-rare protein tx
    AO White Camellia-Deep Condish
    CJ Smoothing Lotion- Leave-in
    JessiCurl WDT- Leave-in
    QBO&HHB-Sealant/Moisturizer
    Water/Aloe Vera Juice/Oil blend-Moisturizing Spritz

    OILS-Scalp prewash: coconut oil/tea tree/lavender blend
    Sealant(s): Coconut/Shea/Argan/Castor/Olive blend

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  • montREALadymontREALady Posts: 1,210Registered Users
    Sally's carries a knock-off version called Hair One, it's cheaper. Never tried it, but just putting it out there. My local bss also carries it.

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  • AllieCat0817AllieCat0817 Posts: 301Registered Users
    I like Wen. I rotate it with Curl Junkie Daily Fix and DevaCurl NoPoo. I need to repurchase.

    I find that QVC has the best prices and you can get starter packs (where you can try 3 different 'flavors') for a not so bad price. Wen IS expensive... but I like it. I think it works best when ROTATED among other cleansers/cleansing conditioners, at least for me.

    I also have the Sally brand Hair One-- doesn't compare in my opinion.
  • MzKyeMzKye Posts: 58Registered Users
    I used the cleanser and I don't really see how it's any different than any other sulfate free shampoo... I used dove conditioner and got the same results ...
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