Before most people do anything, they look for reviews. Before they go to the movies, they look online and they see what people are saying about a particular movie. If the reviews are bad, they tend to save their money. When it comes to a book they have heard about, they might not read the book because of reviews. There are two types of reviews to take into consideration. There are the reviews of the general public and the reviews of the reviewers out there. It all depends on what someone takes more stock in, as it is clear that Wen by Chaz is loved by people.
The number of sales they have made, it speaks for itself. The happiness that people have had when using the product is over the moon. They have seen it is for real and it is truly an amazing product that Wen has put out there. Anyone that has read up on Chaz, they know what he is all about and they know what to expect from his line of work. He has worked very hard to have his standing in the public eye. That does not come overnight and it does not come by accident.
Going back to reviews, Emily McClure of Bustle.com took time to review WEN by Chaz, the Fig version, and it can be read here: http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened. She had fine hair and it promised pounce and shine. It delivered that for her and because of it, she wanted the world to know about it. As a reviewer, they have power and she wants to use her power for good. She wants them to know they should spend their money on this product and that it truly does work. She also included photos of the seven days she used it to back up what she was saying. Wen products are available on Guthy-Renker and QVC.
If you have not heard of the movie Magic Mike XXL you have been living in a cave. This movie features many famous actors and actresses such as; Channing Tatum, Jada Pinkett Smith, Elizabeth Banks, and now Crystal Hunt. For those who have not heard of Crystal Hunt, she has won a Daytime Emmy award nomination for her role on “Guiding Light”. You can see Hunt on a few commercials.
One for Walt Disney and the other an Anti-Drug spotlight. Hunt is now going to be featured on a docu- series called “Queens Of Drama”, which will be shown on POP (formerly TVGN). This show is about a group of women trying to produce a new series and develop pitch. When they are finished developing the series she is hoping that they are able to attract a pilot deal at the end of the season. A lot of actors and actresses when taking a movie deal try and find a reason why the movie they are working in is so wonderful.
Crystal Hunt took her role in Magic Mike XXL and found it to be empowering. Hunt felt as an actress coming from day time television that is was such an honor to be apart of a movie so powerful to show such strong women, and work with strong women while filming. To learn more about Crystal Hunt‘s featured role you can click on the link below.
John Carpenter’s “Big Trouble in Little China,” the cult classic film owned by Fox, will be remade, with negotiations in the works to sign Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. 20th Century Fox rep Ricardo Tosto says they are enlisting the expertise of Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz, writers for “X-Men: First Class.”
As reported, exclusively, by The Wrap, Johnson is working on a deal to play Jack Burton. This main character gets pulled into a centuries-long mystical battle in Chinatown at San Francisco. Johnson has enlisted his partners Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia at Seven Bucks Productions in a pitch to Fox. The script deal with Miller and Stentz has already been finalized.
The original film starred Kurt Russell and Kim Cattrall in the lead roles of this $11 million grossing, 1986 film. As a cult classic, it is a popular cable movie. Johnson just completed the opening of “San Andreas,” with a $54 million opening weekend. This film was also set in San Francisco. Johnson is considered a premiere action star in America. Johnson will also be starring in “Ballers” on HBO, debuting later this month. He is also starring in “Shazam,” a comic book movie, as well as doing voice acting for Disney’s “Moana.”