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4/23/14 5:05 P

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I use this. I like to cycle through Wen and Ojon. I do 6 months of the first and 3 of the second, and I have highlighted hair and scalp eczema. I find that with medium length fine to normal textured hair (and mine is very curly) you should section your hair into 3 sections and use 2 pumps per section.

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HISWAYONLY's Photo HISWAYONLY SparkPoints: (21,670)
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3/6/14 10:07 A

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Yes, I have used the WEN products and from the first wash, I was in love. To be honest, I have already placed another order.
My hair is naturally curly, but with these products I no longer have to use anti-frizz products every morning.

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ERINLINDSAY83's Photo ERINLINDSAY83 SparkPoints: (85,869)
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1/9/13 10:02 A

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Well, after looking at the ingredients on the Loreal Sulfate Free, I decided to just go No 'Poo again. I am LOVING it. I stopped last time because my hair seemed REALLY dry....but that was when I was dying my hair every 3 -4 weeks. I don't dye my hair anymore, so the no poo is awesome. (Baking soda to clean, and apple cidar vinegar to condition, in case you don't know about it.)

The fact that after rinsing with the Vinegar, I can just run a brush/comb through my hair with NO TANGLES is astounding to me! I wish I would have taken Before/After pics of my hair. Going on about 2 weeks now.

"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new." 2 Cor 5:17


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12/30/12 9:25 P

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I used it for a while in the past. I had mixed feelings. My hair did feel healthier, but it took me a lot of time to wash my hair each day. Also I never felt like I really perfected the technique, so it was hit or miss whether my hair would look clean.

I love to read reviews of beauty products on Beautypedia. Paula has reviewed Wen there.

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12/28/12 10:44 A

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I just saw an ad for this on tv. If are concerned about stripping natural oils, try Loreal's sulfate free shampoo line. I've been using it for about 6 months for color treated hair (red, no less) and I love the results! My hair it's soft, smooth, and holds my color amazingly!

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12/28/12 1:18 A

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I just saw an ad for this on tv. If are concerned about stripping natural oils, try Loreal's sulfate free shampoo line. I've been using it for about 6 months for color treated hair (red, no less) and I love the results! My hair it's soft, smooth, and holds my color amazingly!

If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.


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12/24/12 10:10 A

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I have been using WEN for a little over 2 years now. I love it! You are right it isn't cheap but we spend more on shoes and I think our hair is worth it.

The trick with WEN is to find the right formula for your hair type. Although Chaz Dean always says that they are all universal some women find that some of the formulas are to heavy for their hair or not conditioning enough. I am transitioning from relaxed to natural hair and my hair is very dry. I use the tea tree, pomegranate, fig, winter vanilla mint and summer mango coconut. These work best for my hair.

They all have menthol in them and some have found that they have menthol allergies and their hair started falling out. Chaz's new kids line is menthol free and many women with menthol allergies have started using these.

I highly recommend it, you must follow his instructions to the letter to get a clean head of hair that is well conditioned. Don't use less because of the cost, this will make your hair look terrible after drying.

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12/24/12 9:48 A

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Has anybody tried the Wen hair care line? I'm interested, but it isn't cheap, so I'd like some "real people" reviews!

www.wenhaircare.com/

"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new." 2 Cor 5:17


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