Curling With Wengie

 

If you want curls in your hair but don’t have a curling iron, you can use a metallic instrument to get the same results. When you wrap the hair around the utensil, apply heat from a blow dryer until the utensil is hot like an iron. Smaller items will create smaller curls while larger utensils will create waves. It only takes a few moments for the curls to set before the hair begins to dry out.

Learn more about Wengie:

http://beautyce.com/expert-interview-with-wendy-huang-of-the-wonderful-world-of-wengie-on-beauty-trends/

 

Beauty Blogger Gives Wen by Chaz Cleansing Conditioner a Trial Run

Everyone loves new beauty products, and considering all the buzz about the new Cleansing Conditioner from WEN by Chaz, Emily McClure decided to give the product a trial run and document her personal results. By writing a “Bustle” article, “I Used Cleansing Cleansing Conditioner On My Fine Hair & Here’s What Happened,” http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened, Ms. McClure takes us through a week in the life of her experience using cleaning conditioner in place of her normal shampoo. Her hair is finely textured and tends to accumulate oil during the day. She bravely let Bustle readers in via on a visual tour of her experience, showing her locks looking shiny, bouncy, and fabulous but also including what she called “the epitome of a bad hair day”.

During her trail run with Wen By Chaz Cleansing Conditioner, the first thing Emily noticed is that the directions instructed to use considerably more of the Wen product than she did with her regular shampoo; however, the Wen product is meant to replace shampoo, conditioner, and styling product so that was not too surprising.

She loved the way her hair looked after the first shampoo; however, when she went to work the next day without showering again, she noticed her hair lost its bounce and felt greasy. She went through the week with basically the same results, except that she did get quite a few compliments on her Twitter photo of her shiny, manageable hair when she used the product immediately before going out for the evening. Her results were mixed throughout the week, depending on the length of time between showers.

Ms. McClure’s conclusion was that the product worked great on her oily, fine, hair as long as she shampooed early and often. Showering the night before while using the product did not work well for her particular hair type. Need Wen? Order online directly from the Wen.com website or the official Chaz Dean store (http://chazdean.com/store.aspx).

 

Wengie’s Everday Wonders

 

There are a ton of items we come across every day that have hidden secrets we have been missing all this time! Why doesn’t the king of hearts in a deck of cards have a mustache as all the kings of the other suits have? Did you even notice that the king of hearts was sans mustache?

 

Whimsical Wengie has a new video just released to YouTube that demystifies 15 hidden secrets of everyday objects that no one seems to be catching. All of us have been to a movie or two in our time. One heads to the film early to find a seat so they can enjoy the trailers before the film starts. I will place a bet that the majority of Wengie subscribers never wondered why they are called “trailers” when they come BEFORE the film. A “trailer” is something that trails at the end. Begin to wonder why that is now, then wonder no more as Wengie found out that movie trailers actually DID come after the film was over. Sadly, no one stayed for the trailers after the movie ended, so they started putting them at the beginning.

 

From a secret hiding in the line where one signs their checks to the fact that “sugar-free mints” actually contain sugar, Wengie has incredible secrets you did not know you wanted to know!

Learn more about Wengie:

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/137174229/