I have always been told to believe half of what you see but none of what you hear. Even though I have heard that I have always been a person who is the first to believe any rumor that I hear especially if it is a mainstream rumor. I fall for stuff so easily. What can I say I have grown up in the social media error and the social media error pretty much gives you so much negative information you have no choice but to practically believe it because after all why would people lie right? Okay, well maybe people do lie but that’s another story.
One of the most rumors I have heard was on a product that I had been thinking about trying on my own hair, Wen By Chaz [http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html]. It is a 3 in 1 styling product that allows you to use 3 products in one bottle. Not only does this save a ton of time because I absolutely hate having to have a ton of bottles in my shower but it also saves me money so that I can go out and buy other hair products hat aren’t associated with me washing my hair. Wen is practically a dream come true for me but for many it has apparently been a nightmare.
Because Wen By Chaz Dean has worked so well for me I have a hard time with the fact that it has been damaging to others so I decided to do some research of my own. This research included stumbling across and article by Emily Mcclure at Bustle. Emily decided to give the sephora endorsed product a try because she too had heard the rumors and wanted to dispel them all. Not only did she give the product a try but she blogged about it and took photos of it to prove it still worked.