Best Shampoo to Use

When your hair is dyed, you must make sure the products you are using on it are beneficial, not detrimental. Dyed hair is often dryer because the natural oils in your hair are being stripped and covered up. A great option for cleaning your hair is using WEN Cleansing Conditioner.


WEN was created by professional hair salonist, Chaz Dean. He believes that shampoo is not helpful for your hair. WEN acts as shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner. WEN cleanses and cleans hair without sodium laurel sulfate. It includes natural ingredients only. Sulfates in shampoos strip your hair of natural oils. When your hair is dyed you don’t need extra products that strip your hair even more. WEN moisturizes your hair and strengthens it. A great aspect of WEN is that it is made for all hair types. Frizzy, long, short, wavy, curly, dry, fine, and most importantly, colored. There are multiple different WEN formulas to use for your specific hair type and texture – dry, oily, colored, etc. For colored hair, Lavender is recommended.

I can tell you by personal experience, that WEN Cleansing conditioner is a phenomenal product. My hair, which has been dyed multiple times, is always so soft, and easy to manage. It does not dry out, and I apply heat about 2 times a week. I have used multiple store bought brands, and my hair was nice, but never as soft, smooth or shiny. Also, my color does not fade, it is maintained very well. According to, in a three week time span, 100% of users sais their hair was more moisturized, 97% said WEN added more shine, and 95% claimed their hair was more manageable.


To buy your bottle of WEN, click here or shop at QVC which sometimes has sales.

You can use WEN and still be damaging your hair. Read my blog on water temperature to see how it can affect your dye job. Also, read this blog to see how you might be damaging your hair when wet.

Acknowledgement: Photo Credit


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