As you know, in August I tested out the knock off Wen product (Conditioner & Cleanser for Curly Hair) by Lisa Rachel. Last weekend when I went home, my BFF gave me her Wen Cleansing Conditioner and Deep Conditioning Wen products so I decided to try it and see if the original product was worth purchasing.
There is only enough product in the bottle for two applications, so my experiment will be a short one.
Like the Lisa Rachel product, Wen cleansers are made with natural ingredients and contain no sodium laurel sulfate or other damaging detergents. Read more...(217 words, 4 images, estimated 52 secs reading time)
The Lisa Rachel Conditioner & Cleanser for Curly Hair is still in the rotation! I’ve been trying out this product weekly during the month of August.
I used it here as a wash-n-go after the beach. In the following 2 weeks, I’ve used it on beauty day to co-wash my hair, and most recently after a failed coconut protein deep condition, I used it to wash left over egg out of my hair. Thus far, it has done for me what it claims to do.
Thus far, I’m loving this product because: Read more...(279 words, 3 images, estimated 1:07 mins reading time)
My aunt who recently visited introduced me to it. She has the conditioner and cleanser for color treated hair. I just happened to go to Ross one day and find the same product (but for Curly Hair); at $5.99, I figured it was in the budget and worthy of a go-round! Though I’ve never tried WEN (due to the price), I’ve heard great things about it. I’ve never used a sulfate-free shampoo or conditioner, so this is a first for me. Read more...(611 words, 5 images, estimated 2:27 mins reading time)