Wen is a term or name that originates in China that translates to English as: “culture”, “literacy” and “refinement”. This may not have been where hair stylist Chaz Dean came up with the name for his hair care line Wen hair, but the meaning of Wen in China is actually a fair description of his hair products.
The Sephora sold WEN Hair Fig Cleansing Conditioner is a hair washing and conditioning product that is designed to specifically hydrate and replenish the luster to dry, damaged, frizzy or thick hair types. Of all the different Wen Hair Cleansing Conditioner options it’s one of the most moisturizing. The people who use Wen Fig Cleansing Conditioner claim that the product made their hair 97.5% more shiny, 90% frizz control and 90% more bounce and volume. The reviews for Wen Cleansing Conditioner are through the roof positive, with many consumers calling the product life-changing and amazing for their personal hair hygiene and style.
A young woman wrote a diary like daily review of her use of Wen Fig Cleansing Conditioner on Bustle.com. The positives she noticed after utilizing the WEN Hair Fig Cleansing Conditioner after seven days was more shine, increased volume and a smoother finish to her hair. She also points out that she felt it was a lot of product to use and that she needed to wash her hair with the Wen hair each morning. When she skipped out on it she had greasy tresses the rest of the day that even dry shampoo didn’t combat. She recommended that product though for anyone who wants more shine, volume and smooth hair and that users need to be able to wash their hair basically each and every morning unless they want greasy hair.