What Happens When Using WEN by Chaz Dean For 1 Week

One of the premier brands in hair care right now is from hair stylist Chaz Dean. It is called WEN by Chaz Dean and there’s a lot of talk about this line of products that have been put out recently. If you’re not familiar with what they are, or how they work, the following will help you understand a bit more about it. Testing the option on fine hair brought out unique results, and interesting proof that this very well may be a great option for fine to normal hair.

What Is WEN by Chaz Dean?

The main line up of products that are under the WEN Hair treatment cycle include a simple solution. It’s a lineup of conditioners, all-in-one shampoo, and styling treatment. These Sephora endorsed products are meant to deliver nutrients to hair follicles, promoting easier management, and good overall health. They are similar to other options on the market, in that you shower, put the shampoo and conditioners in your hair, and rinse them out.

There’s a lot of reviews on Facebook and other sites on this option, but until you test it for yourself, you’ll be wondering if it works as well as many say it does. The following is a quick recap of what happened in a matter of just 1 week.

More product information on the Wikipedia page.

Day 1 – 4: The Beginning

Chaz Dean has stated that the first day should immediately change how you see and feel your hair. With the first use, after blow drying hair, it is evident that there is more bounce. There are some natural curls that come alongside many fine hair follicles, but overall the initial day showed results.

By day 4, the bounce and fullness of the hair was evident. Even through a rough day, hair follicles didn’t lose their bounce. Strands looked good, and volume was still at optimal ratios.

Day 5 – 7: Inspiration

The tail end of the week’s trial run showed a great deal of promise when considering WEN. By day 7, hair shine was great, volume was increased, and it was easy to manage through the routine of showering and washing hair daily with the WEN conditioning and shampoo options.

Overall, WEN by Chaz Dean works well and should be used daily, as a routine. If you skip days, it won’t have the power you seek, so keep that in mind. It’s meant for constant use so that your hair absorbs the right balance of nutrients.

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Anthony Petrello’s Career In Law, Oil Drilling Technology And Neurology Research

Anthony Petrello is the CEO of one of the world’s most well-known oil drilling contractors, Nabors Industries based in Houston. Petrello got to the top of this company thanks to his expertise in corporate law and knowing how to navigate the waters of technology and finance in a highly competitive field.

As CEO and Chairman of Nabors, Petrello oversees company initiatives and guides the overall direction. Nabors Industries has built the largest land-based oil rig fleet and has also turned their focus to offshore operations. Nabors Industries drilling technology developments include horizontal wells and hybrid drilling and they’ve also streamlined operations through advanced automation software.

Anthony Petrello took an unusual career path to get to Nabors. At a young age he started working with math problems and earned a scholarship to Yale University’s mathematics school. Petrello was an excellent student who became one of the favorites of Professor Serge Lang, one of the world’s leading Algebra mathematicians. But young Petrello didn’t stay in the field even after completing both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees because financial law started interesting him. After getting his J.D. he spent 13 years working for Baker & McKenzie law firm, becoming a partner there 7 years into his tenure. Petrello first started at Nabors as Chief Operating Officer in 1991.

Anthony Petrello’s biggest achievement has been helping the Texas Children’s Hospital fund one of the nation’s most advanced neurological research facilities. He joined this institute as a trustee because he has a young daughter named Carena that was born with cerebral palsy. He and his wife Cynthia had to battle through discouraging times watching their daughter grow, but they found friends in Dan and Jan Duncan who had become interested in young children with CP, and together they partnered to help the Dan & Jan Duncan Neurological Research Institute. The Petrello’s have so far given $7 million to this institute.

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Securus Challenges GTL to a Tech Bake-Off

After a battle of words over the quality of each respective company, Securus and Global Tel Link are now facing a possible “tech bake-off.” GTL has made claims that their technology is comparable, but Securus has rebutted that their company is better. They made a comparison of the technology used and service provided, and other metrics to prove their point. After back and forth, they’ve decided to settle this argument with an independent judge to determine which is the more quality corrections communication company.

 

According to Securus CEO Richard Smith, Securus has invested $700 million back into their company. This investment allowed for the development of better technology, products and services. Securus currently has the largest Voice Over Internet Protocol in the world. They have their own local based call center that provides domestic customer service. The performance rate of their call center is 600% better than GTL. So when GTL says they have comparable services and technology, Securus knows this isn’t true.

 

In contrast, GTL outsources a lot of their customer service duties. Customers have complained about the lack of support when trying to reach their call center. Their current product base is out of date. They outsource their field technicians to another company. Due to their shortcomings, they’ve lost customers to Securus. Over the last four years, according to the Securus CEO, GTL has lost at a ratio of $4 to $1. These facts are based on data collected by the Securus team.

 

In all, Securus has technology and service that beats their competition. This alone proves to be superior in the eyes of customers. An independent judge could give a final confirmation of this by evaluating the specifics of each company and rating them on their own merits. So far, GTL has not taken Securus up on the offer to a technology bake-off.