WEN Fall 2014 Cleansing Conditioners New Fragrance Tuscan Pear

Wen Fall 2014 Cleansing Conditioners Tuscan Pear

Choose from Fall Tuscan Pear, Ginger Pumpkin or Apple Spice in the Wen Cleansing Conditioner formula today as the Wen Fall 2014 Cleansing Conditioners debut on QVC.com in two fan favorites and one new fragrance (Tuscan Pear).

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Hooray! Today I’m happy to say that Wen Ginger Pumpkin Cleansing Conditioner makes a return onto QVC. It’s my favorite Cleansing Conditioner from Wen because it smells just like Fall! Warm cinnamon-y, ginger-y pumpkin gorgeousness! And also returning is last year’s Apple Spice Cleansing Conditioner!

And this year, we get one new fragrance in the form of Tuscan Pear Cleansing Conditioner!

You can purchase each 32 oz bottle for $52 or you can sign up for auto delivery and get four more shipments. I’m unsure if the future shipments are of a single scent or if you’ll receive a NEW seasonal fragrance with each delivery so you might wish to check on this prior to purchase.

I already have large sizes of Apple Spice and Ginger Pumpkin so I just grabbed the single purchase of Tuscan Pear!

Looking forward to trying it out.

Get it now at QVC.com.

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  • 8/27/14 12:23 Christina:

    Muse, can you tell me the proper way to use these cleansing conditioners? I’ve used others before with decent results, but when I tried Wen YEARS ago, I couldn’t for the life of me get my hair to feel clean. I felt like I hadn’t rinsed conditioner out of my hair properly, so my hair was heavy and very piecy looking, which was kind of cool, but I couldn’t get over the texture. Maybe it was supposed to be like that, a super moist conditioner, but I’m use to the lighter, bouncier hair that’s left with traditional shampooing and conditioning.

    What did I do wrong? I did notice that they recommend double cleansing now, so maybe that was it? I have thick and long hair, and so do you…and you love it.

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    • 8/27/14 12:52 Isabella Muse:

      depends on your hair Christina! I think cleansing conditioners are best for those with fuller, heavier hair that’s slightly dry or drier with curls, waves, or a brittle texture. I have slightly drier, wavy long hair and it works great for me but my sister has drier, shorter, pixie cut hair and she hates them. It really depends. You might want to clarify your hair before starting on cleansing conditioner! get all the cones out of your hair from other products. After that there’s no special sauce or technique. I typically use cool to luke warm water to wet my hair down and I work 2 to 5 pumps of the conditioner into my hair with my hands. After that I comb it through and allow it to stay in for 2-5 minutes while I wash up, shave my legs whatevers….! Hope this helps!?

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      • 8/27/14 13:47 Christina:

        Thanks for the tips! 2-5 pumps? Haha, I think that was my problem. I was loading that stuff into my hair! My hair is pretty straight, so you might be right about it being best for slightly drier or wavy hair!

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        • 8/27/14 13:56 Isabella Muse:

          people always tell me I’m using too little but if I do more than 5 pumps I just get gross build up! even if you just use a single pump and work it through well and just kinda comb it out in the shower if possible with one of those wide tooth combs! That works great for me. I rinse with warm water but originally I use cold water to wet my hair because it seems to help the conditioner to ease in better but when I rinse I need really warm water to get it all out. Hope this helps!?

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  • 8/27/14 23:02 Nicole:

    Hi Muse! 👋 I just wanted to clear something up for you because I was all confused about the auto delivery on the 32oz seasonals this year myself. Their are a total of two shipments that are four months apart and you get the same fall scent you originally ordered unless you change it to another fall scent for you second shipment. Confusing right?!?! 😳 So this year it looks like I will have to order my seasonals in the 32oz bottles as they come out…
    I have extras of the other two fall seasonals, but I was all over that Fall Tuscan Pear like white on rice! 😄 Not to mention the TSV… I think my debit card is getting a workout from now through September! 😯

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    • 8/28/14 10:12 Isabella Muse:

      I hated that the TSV was limited to one fragrance, that sucked! but that’s ok! I had the others anyway :-D I’m excited for Tuscan Pear and did grab that up. Haha mine too! it always gets a work out in the fall :-D

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      • 8/28/14 12:00 Nicole:

        I was just talking with someone about how if we could mix and match the TSV that would be awesome! My plan is order my second and third shipments in the other formulas I was looking to mix and match. So in the end it will all work out for me. :D
        I see FTP has the honey complex and tea complex in so I should like it because I have had great results when the formula includes even one of those complexes. :)
        Seems like starting now through Christmas my debit card is very busy! 😄

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        • 8/28/14 12:11 Isabella Muse:

          Since I already had backups of both apple and pumpkin I just grabbed pear so at least that helped my debit card to not cry too loudly haha!

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          • 8/28/14 12:37 Nicole:

            Having a lot of FAS from stocking up last year and not being a huge fan of FGP and having some left helped my debit card. Your debit card is lucky! I need more oil so mine will continue to scream through September… LOL!

          • 8/28/14 13:01 Isabella Muse:

            awww hahha happy hauling none the less!

  • 8/28/14 4:01 Lisa:

    I tried wen once. It made my hair fall out in clumps. It was horrifying!

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  • 8/29/14 12:49 Katmary:

    Hm, now that I know it has the honey complex, I’m very tempted! I’ve ordered the seasonal ADs since the beginning, and until Honey Peach (Winter Vanilla Mint was real close), I had to mix them with Fig or Tea Tree. My hair is on the coarse side and wavy to curly, but easily will go frizzy and poofy. I’ve taken your reviews to heart having problems finding good conditioners that nourish enough and can get my brush through my hair after washing without causing frizz and can relate to your challenges. I wish I could use more alone than Tea Tree and Fig, and hope the honey complex will be permanent at least with seasonals!

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