Infomercials have always been designed to make a product look great. These tactics may cause a product to look amazing even if it does not measure up to what they are advertised to be. Knowing this, many of us are skeptical about ordering anything off of the television. According to a recent article one consumer felt this particular way about the Wen Hair Cleansing Conditioner. She felt the advertisement was too good to be true and so she decided to give the product a test.
Emily McClure was the skeptical buyer that decided to order the WEN hair cleansing conditioner that she had seen advertised on Ebay. McClure described her hair as being thin and wasn’t really sure that a conditioner would be able to change that.
McClure goes through the motions of trying the product [http://www.wen.com/before-after.html] while she showered. One of the first things that she noticed was how much of the product was required to put in her hair. The instruction called for 10-16 pumps on short hair, 16-24 on medium length hair, and 24-32 on longer hair. McClure followed instructions and was pleased at the results. According to McClure, the thickness of her hair began to change in the shower and she also notice that less of her hair was being shed as the water rinse through it.
The WEN Cleansing Conditioner received a stamp of approval by McClure. Her seven day journey with the product allowed her hair to become luscious and thicker.
WEN Cleansing Condition was created by Chaz Dean. Chaz Dean is a hair stylist located in California. His passion and love for his work led to him developing techniques and products that increased the health of hair. His expertise allowed him to become popular even among celebrities. His first celebrity client was Nicollet Sheridan. He has also worked with many actors from popular shows such as Melrose Place and Beverly Hills 90210.
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