Jan 01, 2010 - The Lavender is my first foray into the Wen world of flavors. I consider myself a product junkie and most recently was using CHS Silk Protein line. After experimenting I'm thrilled with a combo routine: cleansing with Lavender cleaning cream, using the CHS Silk Leave-in and follow with Curl Keeper. When I used the Wen as a leave-in I got too much poofiness and frizz. My hair is something between 3b and 3c and the Wen is about the best curl formation I've had: soft, loose, bouncy and well-defined curls! Take a leap and try the Wen cleansing creams--don't let the 'cones scare you.
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Curlystarr's Latest Product Reviews
Jan 01, 2010 - This styling cream was part of the set I bought on QVC. I used it following the Lavender Cleansing Cream. I loved the soft, loose curls I had in my 3b hair but like others, I was having trouble with puffiness and frizz by the end of the day. Not ready to give up on Wen, I tried again using just the cleansing cream and my usual Curl Keeper. Waaaay better. Lose the styling cream unless you need the fullness and volume.
Jun 18, 2009 - I was put off by the price but tried it anyway, and I'm so glad I did. I use it to add definition and texture to my curls. It reduces frizz and gives me second day hair. A++
Curlystarr's Latest Salon Reviews
Sep 09, 2009 - By the time I had read all the reviews and decided where to go, I had really high expectations. I am thrilled to say I was not disappointed! Marni makes you feel like the most important person in the world, listening carefully to all your curly concerns. My cut is lovely, my curls are soft and shiny like I've never had before. Marni walked me through all the steps of how to care for my curls at home so I didn't have to worry. The salon is low-key and comfortable. Highly recommend!