WEN by Chaz Wows Beauty Writer on 7-Day Personal Hair Journey

Fashion Trends

Beauty writer Emily McClure hates her fine, thin and sometime frizzy hair. It doesn’t have movement or too much shine and just falls limp. Since she has access to a lot of beauty products, she decided to try the world famous Wen hair by Chaz no-poo method of washing her hair.
Emily kept a daily hair log and posted daily hair selfies to Bustle.

WEN by Chaz is the revolutionary way to care for hair without using store shampoos and conditioners laden with harmful detergents. The no lather shampoo system is made of healthy plant-based ingredients that offer shine, body and strength to strands from root to end. These unique cleansing conditioners are one-bottle dynamos that can wash hair, condition, de-tangle, deep condition and treat hair of all types in any hair condition.

LA stylist Chaz Dean is the creator of the WEN by Chaz brand and proud to say his company uses only the highest quality standards. His celebrity clientele are loyal to the WEN name and enjoy using the product, because their hair needs to be in superb shape for red carpet events and other public appearances. He sells his products on Total beauty and Sephora cosmetics stores.

Emily chose the FIG cleansing conditioner for extra body and moisture and immediately loved washing with WEN in the shower. After she blow-dried and styled her medium-length hair, she was amazed at the instant shine, manageability and thickness. Her close girlfriends were hair envious and wanted to know where her new hair came from. Visit: http://www.wen.com/before-after.html

Emily has these pointers for using WEN by Chaz to achieve the ultimate results:

1. Follow bottle directions and don’t be afraid to use a lot of product. Emily had shied away and used much less.

2. Always wash daily with WEN in the AM.

3. Follow with a blow-dry and styling session.

Simple and beautiful.

JustFab founder Adam Goldenberg

Business Leaders

Adam Goldenberg and his partner Don Ressler are somewhat famous in the world of fashion as the CEOs and co-founders of the retail brand JustFab and the co-founder of the athletic brand Fabletics. Adam Goldenberg in particular is well known among fashionistas for his work with the popular JustFab brand. The actress Kate Hudson has name dropped him in many interviews she has given. Specifically she mentioned her friendship with him as the reason why she was inspired to be a co-founder along with him for Fabletics athletic wear on vator.tv.

JustFab has grown so much that in 2014 the company made one billion dollars. It was one of thirty-eight companies that made it to the one billion dollars earnings of that year. It is safe to say that JustFab is a successful business thanks to Adam Goldenberg and their faithful shoppers.

Adam Goldenberg points out in interviews that the fashion retail industry makes about three hundred and sixty billion a year in North America alone. Online fashion sales make up about fifty billion of that. Goldenberg estimates that in five years online fashion sales will be half of the three hundred and sixty billion dollars. Adam Goldenberg insists this as why he decided to go into the online fashion business. The company has opened up a few brick and mortar stores in select locations though, because he believes it is well worth it to get the name of the company out there and to get some business from those fashion shoppers who prefer brick and mortar locations to go to. Adam Goldenberg also believes that online fashion business will ultimately overtake the old dinosaurs in the fashion realm like The Gap, Forever 21, H&M and Abercrombie.

He has worked as the CEO and founder of JustFab for six years, Dermstore for seven years and Intelligent Beauty for ten years. Each of these business are involved in the beauty and fashion industries at http://vator.tv/news/2015-04-25-adam-goldenberg-pivoting-your-company-doesnt-work. He additionally started his career with Gamer’s Alliance that later became Intermix Media, where he worked as the founder and CEO for two years and then as the chief of operations for six years. For every modern fashionista, you’ll want to keep a lookout on JustFab. You’ll also want to keep up with the CEO and founder Adam Goldenberg, so you can see what’s next for the ever growing and evolving fashion brand.