If you have short hair you must check out CHAZ DEAN's new WEN Sweet Almond Mint Texture Balm. It gives women and men a versatile new way of styling while nourishing their locks with superb conditioning. Formulated with Rinicus Communi Seed Oil to strengthen hair, an emollient to protect it from moisture loss and natural bees wax for hold, this finishing stick pomade separates and defines like no other for easy styling.
How do you use WEN Sweet Almond Mint Texture Balm?
It's best on dry hair. Rub stick into palms. Apply to mid-shaft, ends or specific pieces. For extra hold, combine hairspray and texture balm by spritzing palms with hairspray and rub the palms together before application.
*For short hair, apply with hands or directly with the stick for a textured/disheveled look.
*For fine hair, apply 2-4 strokes directly to your palms, spritz with your favorite hairspray to create texture without weighing down the hair.
*For coarser, curly, ethinic hair, apply 6-12 strokes or more to help tame, hydrate and control frizz, waves and curls.
Personally, I sued it on my long hair and loved the way it gave my hair that 'chunky' piecey look.
WEN Sweet Almond Mint Texture Balm, $18 at chazdean.com
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