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    Default Wen Hair Products - anyone using?

    So, is anyone using those damn Wen hair products? If so, what type of hair do you have, what scent/smell is the best? Etc....
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    Oooooo yea, I would love to know too! So tempted to buy....

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    Me three. I've always wondered about that stuff.
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    I feel like it would make my hair flatter than my ass.

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    A friend of mine uses it and I can't tell that it's done anything for her hair's appearance. It looks exactly the same as it did when she was using Suave.
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    I've got some that should be in tomorrow... I just wanted to know if anyone has used them yet. I'll let y'all know how they work for me. But I have long, curly, thick hair so I don't know how much help I can be to the other hair types?
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    Quote Originally Posted by laurent View Post
    a friend of mine uses it and i can't tell that it's done anything for her hair's appearance. It looks exactly the same as it did when she was using suave.
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    I have read really mixed reviews ,some says it life changing others claim it makes their hair greasy and causes it to shed really bad - and you have to use a ton of product , if your hair is shoulder length you need to use 20-25 pumps ,and I believe you need to do this step twice - after reading this I chose not to use it my hair is too long to do this everyday
    Sephora now sells it and you can always return it if you don't like it instead of ordering off of TV and paying the ridiculous shipping price ~hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by choozen1ne View Post
    I have read really mixed reviews ,some says it life changing others claim it makes their hair greasy and causes it to shed really bad - and you have to use a ton of product , if your hair is shoulder length you need to use 20-25 pumps ,and I believe you need to do this step twice - after reading this I chose not to use it my hair is too long to do this everyday
    Sephora now sells it and you can always return it if you don't like it instead of ordering off of TV and paying the ridiculous shipping price ~hope this helps
    I didn't order it from tv... I'm just obsessed with hair products!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel1973 View Post
    !!dammit!!!!
    No,I think you did the right thing. I have watched the comercial and really, with thick curly hair and Houston weather this is at least worth a try.
    Maybe after a week or so alternate with regular shampoo to balance.
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    Me too ,I'm still searching for the allusive "perfect combo " for my curly hair
    What scent did you get ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel1973 View Post
    I have long, curly, thick hair so I don't know how much help I can be to the other hair types?
    In fairness, my friend has slightly wavy hair that's naturally fairly oily, so thick, curly hair may work better with it. It didn't make hers any oiler, it just didn't seem to do much to it at all. She got the same results using WalMart specials.
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    I have the opposite of thick, curly hair (sad face), so I need something that isn't going to weigh it down. This doesn't sound like a good idea for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterslide View Post
    I have the opposite of thick, curly hair (sad face), so I need something that isn't going to weigh it down. This doesn't sound like a good idea for me.
    I have thick,straight hair that is oily. I am dying to try it,but know full well what would happen! OMG.
    Curly people have all the fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterslide View Post
    I have the opposite of thick, curly hair (sad face), so I need something that isn't going to weigh it down. This doesn't sound like a good idea for me.
    same here. i get pulled into the infomercials but i just know i'd look like a drowned rat using that stuff.
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