Favorite Wen Scent

Discussion in 'Hair Care Tips & Product Review Discussion' started by Opalsunset, Sep 8, 2008.

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Which Scent works best on your hair.

Poll closed Oct 8, 2008.
  1. Lavender

    1 vote(s)
    5.3%
  2. Fig

    11 vote(s)
    57.9%
  3. Sweet Almond Mint

    7 vote(s)
    36.8%
  4. Tea Tree

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. Opalsunset

    Opalsunset New Member

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    Hello ladies! Well, I am going to try Wen for the first time. I believe my hair is a mixture of 4B/4A and is very soft. I was wondering what is your favorite Wen scent and which one works best for your hair?

    I am going back and forth between the Lavender and the Fig.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Opalsunset

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    Well, I brought the Fig, I wasn't sure what to go with but I decided to try it, Im still curious to see what everyone's favorite scents are! The poll is still here guys!
     
  3. ACRawlins

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    I purchased the Fig cleanser and oil and the Sweet Almond styling lotion and balm. I prefer the smell of the Sweet Almond, but the Fig works really well on my hair. I haven't tried any of the other cleansers.
     
  4. january noir

    january noir Sunny On a Cloudy Day

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    I love my Fig not because of the scent, but because how it makes my hair feel.

    I have only tried the Fig and Lavender. If I have to choose, it would have to be my beloved Fig.
     
  5. Toy

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    I Repurchased the Fig I love that smell.:grin: and for how it makes my hair feel.
     
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    Fig is my favorite scent. It's also the thickest formula. I also like Lavender, but I'm a fan of Cucumber Aloe as well, which isn't in the poll. They're both lighter formulas than the fig; I mixed them together during the summer when I didn't need as much weight as the fig provided.
     
  7. Ms. Syl

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    I have tried fig, sweet almond mint and lavender and my 4b hair responds best to sweet almond mint.
     
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    I use the tea tree, lavender, fig and sweet almond mint. My absolute favorite is the lavender I prefer the smell to the others also I love the way it makes my hair feel. The tea tree is a close second as far as how it preforms on my hair. Fig smells like cherry cough syrup to me and is a bit to heavy for my fine strands. Sweet almond mint works best on my freshly relaxed hair, once I start getting noticeable amounts of NG This has to go back on the shelf. However, the smell of the sweet almond mint is kindof nice.
     
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    FIG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My hair loves it and it loves my hair.
     
  10. msa

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    They all smell like cough syrup to me.
     
  11. Forever in Bloom

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    I agree, but Fig takes the cookie. It feels fantastic on my hair, but smells like Robitussin :bah:
     
  12. beans4reezy

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    The fig smells like a log cabin. It is a really comforting smell to me. I don't care much for the Almond mint.
     
  13. january noir

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    :yep: :yep: :yep: Fig is my most favorite too. I've used them all and like them, but I love the extreme moisture in the Fig.
     
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    Love the Fig my Favorite!!!
     
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    Fig is my favorite, closely followed by Sweet Almond Mint. The lavendar wasn't moisturizing enough for me.
     
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    Lavender is better used for adding volume to the hair and Fig has the most moisture.
     
  17. january noir

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    Your hair Toy! :drool: It's moving right on down your back. Get it girl!
     
  18. soulie

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    I wanted to add that the difference between the types of Wen CC isn't just the scent - they have some different ingredients.
     
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    Voting for FIG!!!!
     
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    I was just gonna start this thread. :)

    My bf is offering to buy it for me, but I'm not sure which one to get. I've used the Cucumber Aloe in the past, but I'm wondering if I could do better. I have fine strands, so I guess that eliminates the Fig, I'm just not sure about the others.

    bump :yep:
     
  22. EMJazzy

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    Sweet Almond Mint, followed by Tee Tree :lick:
     
  23. january noir

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    I have fine thin strands and Fig is the Wen formula I use.
    Lavender is the formula that gives you more volume.
    I've used every formula except Tea Tea.
     
  24. Honey Bee

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    Reeaaaallly?! Hmm, and what changes have you noticed? Because I've been using the Cuc-Aloe for about a year and all I've noticed is that my hair is smoother and my braid-outs are better. I guess over-all good moisture, but, does the fig do anything besides that?
     
  25. lamaria211

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    I couldn't vote cause my choice isn't there but its the 613!
     
  26. KiWiStyle

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    I have never used any of the WEN before but my 613 arrived today and all I can say is I can't imagine any of the other scents smelling better than this one! The smell is intoxicating!

    Sent from my iPhone using LHCF
     
  27. Chrismiss

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    I just got my 613 today too...it smells as good as everyone said it would! I hope it performs as good as it smells.
     
  28. JJamiah

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    My favorite at the current moment is Vanilla Mint. I haven't cracked open the Mango Coconut yet...

    I love my 613 , but that is not Wen.

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using LHCF
     
  29. KaramelDiva1978

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    How does it feel on your hair compared to Fall Ginger Pumpkin? I love Pumpkin more than Fig it just gives me and my hair life!! I need it more than seasonally.
     
  30. KiWiStyle

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    Ok JJamiah you have peeked my interest. 613 is not WEN? What is it? I was wondering why it wasn't listed in the booklet that came with my 613. More details, please?

    ETA: I just pulled this from his website:

    "Using the innovative and modern approach to haircare that he began in 1993, Chaz Dean has infused his WEN SIXTHIRTEEN® - Daily Cleansing Treatment with an exclusive blend of eleven amino acids to help restore strength and elasticity to even the most damaged hair."

    I guess it is WEN...

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