Definitely the Fig. I have the same hair and found that the fig is the best.
answered 2 months ago
(East Hampton, CT)
The smell is your preference. Its all the same - just different scents. Almond is great - Wen sometimes comes out with special fragrances. You can't go wrong with any of them -
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
(Saddle Brook, NJ)
I'm not sure if I answered your question or not before. But the best one for your wavy, frizz-prone hair would be the Fig. I have the same kind of hair and the end of my hair has been chemically treated.
Here is a response direct from Chaz Dean's FAQ
You really can't go wrong no matter which one you try. They are all designed to be used with colored or natural hair, and we like to say that all hair types will benefit from all of the Cleansing Conditioners. That said, the different formulas were developed for different reasons:
Sweet Almond Mint: The original formula. This is the one you get if you don't know where to start. It is a universal formula that will benefit all hair types from the finest, most brittle hair, to the thickest, curliest hair types.
Tea Tree: Designed originally for thicker hair, it will hydrate even the coarsest hair types. However, the benefits of Tea Tree are also great for thinning hair and scalp issues like redness or flakiness.
Fig: Think moisture, this is our most hydrating formulation. Great for thick, curly hair as well as dry, dehydrated, over-processed hair.
Cucumber Aloe: Our lightest weight formula. Cucumber Aloe is great for fine hair as well as those with oily scalps.
Lavender: Our volumizing Cleansing Conditioner. Lavender offers hydration without weighing the hair down. If you need volume and body, this is the one for you.
Pomegranate: The newest edition to the line, Pomegranate is universal for all hair types. Unlike the others, Pomegranate uses soy protein instead of wheat, so if you have a wheat allergy this one is perfect for you.
The differences go beyond scent.
Fig Cleansing Conditioner has a rich, dense consistency and works exceptionally well to moisturize, hydrate and replenish dry, heat-damaged, color-treated, or dehydrated hair, it their most moisturizing formulation. Fig is universal and can be used on all hair types, but is ideal on thick, coarse, wavy and curly hair. The Fig is for dry damage, color or chemically processed hair.
Sweet Almond Mint benefits all hair types with the perfect balance of nourishing oils and extracts. Sweet Almond Mint is the perfect Cleansing Conditioner for those new to WEN® or unsure where to begin. Providing only as much moisture as your hair needs, Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner is light enough for baby fine hair, yet hydrating enough for even the thickest hair
Cucumber Aloe Cleansing Conditioner is perfect for fine hair. Its natural, astringent and antioxidant properties effectively cleanse while helping diminish excess oil in the scalp and rehydrate dry hair.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
This is the most moisturizing. Anyone with thick, coarse, curly hair. Hair that is extremely dry/damaged. The other cleansing conditioners are for different hair types.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
They all have slightly different functions. Fig would be best out of these choices, but SixThirteen from the Chaz Dean site would be best.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago