Bustle Blogger Tries WEN No Lather Shampoo Method for Amazing Hair

Most people are unaware that it’s the lather that damages their hair every time they shampoo. Sulfates are the nasty word here, because these harsh detergents create the lather used in shampoo formulas. The WEN hair care system is all about natural, healthy botanical ingredients to cleanse the hair.
WEN is proud of being sulfate-free, and WEN founder Chaz Dean knows his unique cleansing conditioners restore the shine, health and bounce back to every strand. It doesn’t matter what type of hair you have or the condition it’s in, WEN will transform your crowning glory. Chaz Dean sells his products on Guthy-Renker‘s website.

That’s why Bustle.com blogger Emily McClure decided to try the sephora endorsed healthy hair kit for seven days. She was hoping her limp locks could gain new vibrancy and manageability, so she began a daily morning wash with WEN.

Things were going well, as Emily McClure’s daily selfies showed. Even her close friends noticed a major difference in shine and texture, and Emily liked hearing the compliments.

Emily was pleased with the volume her hair attained whenever she used the WEN cleansing conditioner in the shower. After she blow-dried and styled her tresses, her hair responded beautifully and was soft and healthy to the touch.

Emily admits she’s a bit lazy when it comes to hair care, so when she changed up the daily schedule, her locks didn’t seem to like the change. Once, Emily decided to shower at night, but by morning, her hair fell flat and greasy. Another time, Emily skipped the daily Wen wash, hoping her hair would have enough “oomph” to carry through the day, but she claims her hair went limp, again.

Emily’s advice after seven days was this: For WEN to deliver superb results, a daily WEN wash is essential. If you’re undisciplined about your hair, then WEN might not be for you.

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Helane Morrison Named District’s Chief

Helane Morrison, legal counsel who for 3 years, managed the administration system of the Investments and Exchange Commissions at the Bay Area Office, says she has every intention to keep the office’s extreme schedule while assisting as an officer of administration.

Morrison’s advancement was declared Saturday by Chairman Levitt. Morrison is the very first Lady to hold this title in her district.

She will oversee both examination and enforcement programs inside the Bay Area,s workplace of legislation, including Northern California ,Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Carolina and the North areas of Nevada. Morrison also managed several investigations which includes three which resulted in particular enforcement activities against Republic Investments of Nyc, Dean Witter since joining the SEC in 1996.

Before the year 1996, H. Morrison dedicated herself to the representation of those who were prosecuted from the SEC as she represented particular clients of class action cases and manifested investment authorities in SEC related investigations.

Morrison acted as a partner in San Francisco’s Firm of Canady, Grain, Howard , Falk and Rabkin.

Helane Morrison is one of a few women managers in the SEC Association. The Pacific Region’s administraror in the L.A is Valerie Caproni. SEC’s Midwest Area in Chicago is managed by Mary Keefe, the Northeast Location which is in NYC is managed by Carmen Lawrence.

Helane Morrison confirmed that San Francisco,s Bay Area District Office’s staff had skyrocketed from 30 – 60, with extreme amounts of work for examination and enforcement employees, in the last five years.

The exam staff studies many different documents such as records, books of registration entities like Various Firms and Investment Advisors may assign these cases for the administration team to work on and focus on less complicated problems by seeking improvements in business methods or preparing deficiency letters.

Enforcement associates sue and investigate people who are unfair to investors.

Helane Morrison mentioned the SEC’s strong desire in the growing acceptance of online broker solutions, many which happened to be located in the region as well.

” They may be faced with an unpleasant situation about what occurs with their purchases, If people do not have a clear understanding of the way the method works,” Morrison explained.

KCRW Interviews Andy Wirth of Olympic Valley

The news right now is full of coverage on the terrible wildfires burning around Los Angeles because it’s now so hot and dry there. Depressed about the forests and homes burning up, I wondered about the drought there.

Did it affect California in other ways? I ran across the Please Play with Madeleine Brand Show on KCRW, a radio station in California, where she interviews Andy Wirth, the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings. He owns the top two ski resorts in Olympic Valley (where the 1960 Winter Olympics were held), Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. They’re near Lake Tahoe. He knows the ski industry in that area better than anyone else. Click the following to read more: Andy Wirth Elected Chairman of Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation and Andy Wirth – Squaw Valley CEO and Philanthropist

In California, the winter of 2015-2016 was one of the driest on record. Wirth acknowledged it was a tough winter, with ski visitation down 20 percent from last year. However, Wirth said the company has a strong capital structure and will survive even if such dry winters became the norm.

Squaw Valley is profitable, although not as profitable as it would have been given a normal amount of snow. They are positioned to survive such variations in the weather. The key is to be ready to take advantge of advantageous situations when they occur.

He said he himself got in a lot of great skiing during the past winter. They have become really good at making snow and managing the snow that does fall. Learn more about Andy Wirth: www.kcrw.com/people/andy-wirth and tahoetopia.com/news/interview-squaw-valley-ceo-andy-wirth

He has researched what the weather is going to be like in the future, and referenced the Stanford Report, which predicts an increase in the volatility of weather. Therefore, he plans to invest more in making snow.

The interviewer, Madeleine Brand, brought up the viewpoint of Colorado ski resort owners than within 20 years, the climate will be much warmer. There will not be any ski seasons in the United States. Andy Wirth didn’t try to predict weather so far into the future, but agrees they all need to hedge their business models in both summer and winter. Wirth is promoting summer business at his resorts, and is almost sold out.

Andy Wirth has worked in the hotel and resort industry for 30 years, beginning with Steamboat Springs Resort. In 2010 he left Steamboat to take over Squaw Valley from its former president, Nancy Cushing. At that time, Squaw Valley Holdings owned only the Squaw Valley resort. However, Alpine Meadows is its nearest neighbor. In 2011, they merged.

It sounds to me as though Olympic Valley is in the hands of a smart businessperson determined to succeed no matter what happens.