A woman’s seven day journey using Wen By Chez

Originally posted on Bustle.com:

A woman named Emily McClurre wanted to test out the hair conditioning product Wen. She used it for seven days. She has fine hair. Ms. McClurre says that the first day she used WEN by Chaz Dean, her hair was shiny and bouncy. She observed while in the shower her hair wasn’t falling out like it usually does. She also thinks that they suggest too large amount of product for longer hair. Each morning of the seven days, Ms. McClurre says her hair looked greasy, but after she used Wen in the shower she had an awesome result. Emily McClurre ends saying that Wen is perfect for people who have fine hair and for people who shower and style their hair every morning.

WEN is a hair conditioning product. It is substitute for five hair products which are conditioner, detangler, shampoo, deep conditioner, and leave-in conditioner. Wen was made by Chaz Dean. Before creating Wen, Chaz Dean took classes to be a photographer. The classes influenced him to attend cosmetology school. Dean became a professional hair stylist for celebrities. He then became interested in making hair products.

Wen is composed of pure ingredients of botanicals, herbs and extracts. Other products have harsh ingredients that can harm your hair. Like other shampoos, they suggest to wash the hair twice. So that’s why they they suggest to use a large amount of product. Wen can be used everyday. The hair products are not tested on animals. They do have a 60 day money back guarantee according to Sephora if you aren’t happy with the product.

The original article can be found here: http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened

 

Ross Martin Abelow, The Attorney You Need For Your Case.

Ross Martin Abelow is an experienced attorney with the firm of Abelow & Cassandro LLP, with offices in Jericho, NY and New York, NY.

He graduated from the University of New York at Albany where he studied Political Science, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, English and History. He earned his Juris Doctor from the Brooklyn School of law in 1989, and passed the bar in 1990, and became a registered lawyer in the State of New York.

His areas of expertise include, but are not limited to matrimonial law, commercial law, family law, litigation law, entertainment law, athletes contracts and the making of a living will.

He is extremely meticulous, and no fine print is too small to escape him, and his eloquence and oratory skills in the courtroom make him one of the most formidable attorneys in New York.

As good of an attorney as he is, he is a great humanitarian as well. He has started GoFundMe. A campaign directed towards the helping of stray cats and dogs in the New York city area during the winter months with a goal of raising $5,000.00, to help fund city shelters with the cost of keeping and feeding them.

That’s why he’s using his platform as an attorney and blogger to help these animals in need. Not only that, there is an abundance of stray cats and dogs that aren’t in city shelters and are freezing and starving to death on city streets, and Abelow is attempting to use these funds to help them as well.

Congrluations to Mr. Abelow for being a voice to those who don’t have a voice to speak with on their own.

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Usage tips and tricks for the WEN Line of Hair Products

If you followed the 3 step process when it comes to the application and rinsing process of the WEN hair products there are some extra usage tips to make the experience even more pleasurable. This product line on sephora.com by Chaz Dean the celebrity stylist recommends to re-apply a small amount of cleansing conditioner to the ends of your hair after you have completely rinsed out the cleansing conditioner in step 3 of the process. This will act like a leave in conditioner and provide for an extra silky smooth and shiny finish. For even better results Chaz Dean recommends to cleanse, rinse and repeat using only half the amount of product that was suggested and then using the second half on a repeat of the cleanse, rinse and repeat process. This way the user can put their hair through a second run of the product and get even more benefit from its active natural ingredients. This will provide users with the desired effects of more volume, thicker stronger look and a very shiny and bold head of hair. Look nothing short of professional every time the WEN hair cleansing conditioner is applied. It really does give the feel of a spa-treatment but within your own four walls.

Emily McClure made this discovery recently in a full page article she wrote on BUSTLE, explaining her experience in great detail. Using Wen hair products both mornings and evenings the only complaint was not using it frequently enough and not enjoying the benefits on a daily.

Skout Looking to Assist People Facing Hunger

While Skout is known as a dating application, it is putting its infrastructure and ability to network to good use by donating food to help 20,000 people from facing hunger. The company is not able to do this on its own, but it has the drive to work with the community of San Francisco, which is why it recently partnered with SF-Marin Food Bank in order to bring the money to these 20,000 people.

So first, some people might wonder why it is focusing on San Francisco out of all the other cities in the country (and in the world). Well, it actually is rather obvious as the company is based out of San Francisco. So, it just wants to give back to the community it is based out of. With the homeless population San Francisco on the higher end of the spectrum (at least in California), Skout decided to put the money it has raised through its app development to good use.

March 14 is also National Potato Chip Day. With the Potato Chip Day, Skout wanted to mark the day as a point where it could give back food to the local community. So, throughout the day on March 14, the application sent out notices to users of the app with a request to send out “virtual bags” of the potato chip.

The managers at Skout pointed out that it would be very important to feed those in need, mainly because people while making the same amount of money they might have made a few years ago, the cost of living is higher than ever before (with San Francisco remaining one of the most expensive cities not just in the United States but the entire world).

This is not the first time Skout has helped raise funds to feed those in need throughout San Francisco and Marin. In 2015, the company did a similar donation drive, only this time for the National Grilled Cheese Day. In all, the company managed to serve 10,000 people at the participating Food Banks. With the idea of doubling this number for 2016, the company is very thrilled with the turnout.

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