Fighting the Fine Hair Issue

If you’re a female you may be fighting an all too common fight against fine hair. One pro stylist named Emily McClure, did a great review in Bustle Magazine about her fine hair issue and how well Wen hair did. In case you aren’t familiar enough with Wen we’ll give you some background. Wen is a total conditioning, non-lathering hair care system created by Chaz Dean. It’s only available online and comes in several scents. It’s a system that’s clear of harmful chemicals that leave the hair clean but without heavy residue. Emily stated that she used a lot of the QVC advertised product in her hair simply because it’s so fine. After all, she’s a pro hairstylist and has to keep an image at the salon. She said that her hair also tended to break a lot and fall into the tub. She saw a marked difference immediately. This can be due to the shampoo not having the chemicals that can cause hair to break.

What can Women do for Fine Hair?

There’s not a lot you can do for fine hair without harsh chemicals. The shampoo you choose is important. The less that weights the hair down the better it will fluff up. Straight hair should be cut into layers for the best results. This makes the hair appear thicker and will swing freely when you move.

Mousse can be used but in a golf-ball sized amount to prevent a sticky residue. The Fig variation of Wen by Chaz Dean is the type of formula that Emily used and is certainly worth trying. If for nothing else but to strip away the product you’ve been using and allow the hair to breathe so that it’s not weighted down and thinned out by styling product we take for granted each day.

Norman Pattiz Makes Big Announcement

If you are curious to learn about the “other world”, now is the time to tune into your favorite podcast, Beyond the Darkness. The upcoming podcast, which will be delivered to thousands of fans across the United States every Monday as a part of WWE Star Chris Jericho’ podcast network. According to Norman Pattiz, the Founder and Executive Chairman of Podcast One, America’s largest advertiser supported podcast network, the much awaited program will explore everything from ghosts, ghouls, UFOs, aliens, mysteries, and miracles. In fact, each show will include conversations, debates, and analysis from the world’s leading researchers who will share their experiences with the audience.

 

To spice up things, Dave Schrader will co-host the show with Tim Dennis. Both these producers and host are known for their distinctive styles of presenting a theme, which continues to generate a huge fan base. Norman Pattiz is himself very excited about the launch of this new show because it has the backing of Chris Jericho, who is also instrumental in promoting various successful podcasts as part of the PodcastOne network. He also claimed that partnership with Chris Jericho has proved immensely fruitful because he knew that Jericho Network Collection has the ability to attract fans beyond the wrestling programs.

 

Interestingly, Chris Jericho also showed enthusiasm for the new podcast. He hoped that celebrity hosts, Dave Schrader and Time Dennis will attract fans who have lot of faith in the subject matter produced by these industry veterans. Accordingly, Chris also claimed that the audience will definitely get a lot of knowledge about one of their favorite subject. In fact, the new show on the Chris Jericho podcast network will likely become one of the most successful shows on the PodcastOne platform.

 

About PodcastOne and Norman Pattiz

 

Norman Pattiz is the founder of PodcastOne, the leading on-demand audio programming in North America. Since the inception of the company in 2012, PodcastOne has partnered with leading personalities and brands to broadcast some of the most successful audio shows in the history. These include a network of celebrities including Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Austin, Dan Patrick, Heather Dubrow, Larry King, Chris Jericho, Penn Jillette, among others. Likewise, the list of popular shows is also limitless, which includes more than 200 successful podcast shows. Perhaps, the success of the network can be attributed to over 40 years of experience in radio syndication of its founder, Norman Pattiz. In 2009, Norman was inducted in the National Radio Hall of Fame.

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