When someone is creating a product, they have to remember they are making a product for a group of people, a wide ranging group of people. This is not just a product for one person or one group of people. If someone is going to run their business that way, they will never get ahead and they will never stay ahead. They will always be stuck in the same position. They will only have one market. Chaz Dean cares about everyone’s hair and all of the needs of all of his customers. That is why he creates something for everyone, so no one feels left out.
The last thing he wants is for someone to try out a product, and they walk away from it unhappy or not feeling like it was the right fit for them. That is why Wen by Chaz, his latest product, is different. That is proven in this wonderful review by Emily McClure of Bustle.com: http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened. She is highly respected in the online hair care community. If there is a Sephora product out there, she has tried it, used it, and given her honest thoughts on it. She cannot and will not be bought off by anyone. She is a straight shooter and people respect that about her.
They know when they read a review from her, she is going to tell it like it is. She did that with her review of Wen by Chaz. She also wrote about it for seven days. When it comes to hair care products, it is not the type of thing that someone can just do without even thinking about it. They have to really give it seven days to see the full effect and the full results. The results are in for Wen by Chaz, and they are extremely positive. It gave her fine hair bounce, shine, and confidence, which is a bonus!