Not the most conditioning
I have very thick, naturally wavy hair and it tends to be a little dry. I like Wen Sweet Almond Mint, but it was not the most conditioning. I loved the way it was thick and smoothed on and tingled your scalp. When used with plenty of water (your hair has to be completely soaked and dripping and you still have to splash lots of water in when you massage the conditioner in to fully work) my hair was smoother and immediately untangled in the shower. I then rinsed out and repeated as the directions say, but this time I piled my hair on top of my head, put a shower cap on and continued to shave my legs for ten minutes. This helped a lot, and I realized that the longer you leave Wen in, truly the better it works. You really cannot be in a rush when using Wen. However, after my shower and towel drying, I was not satisfied with my damp hair (it is usually much softer), so I jumped back in the shower and used regular conditioner, followed by leave-in conditioner after the shower. Wen does a good job cleansing, it smells great and feels tingly, but it did not condition as well as my cheap conditioner does. For the expensive price it goes for, it ought to condition better! However I am told that the Fig scent is the most hydrating/moisturizing so perhaps that would condition better.