I can speak from first-hand experience that these Xtreme Heat rollers by Conair have pulled me out some time crunched mornings that didn’t allot me the time to plug in a curling iron, waiting for it to heat up, and parting my hair.
Now, I had a some electric rollers, but they were super craptastic and just instantly assumed that all electric rollers were not meant for me, well that is before I got a chance to try these. They come with various sizes, easy to handle, and heat up in a snap.These heat rollers have gotten me out of some pretty intense hair situations and time crunches.
So, if there is a someone on your shopping list that’s always rushing and/or never seems to have the time to curl their hair in the morning, then you might want to pencil this as a gift for them.
A good blow-out is hard to get, let alone at home. However, the always wonderful people at Conair have created a tool that allows you to get an amazing blow-out in the comfort of your own home.
Smooth, frizz-free and voluminous hair is now easy to achieve with the new Infiniti Pro by Conair Spin Air Brush! Shaped like a typical round hair brush you’d use to do a blow-out, the Spin Air brush combines two tools in one by blowing air through the rotating brush to volumize and add shine as you dry.
The tangle-free anti-static bristles allow you to customize your volume fast with or without the spin function. The powerful ceramic heat distributes heat evenly for less damage, and an anti-frizz ionic generator releases up to 100x more ions than ions created from natural sources. With up to 100x more ions, your hair will have maximum conditioning and shine! Choose from 2 heat settings plus cool setting and the multi-directional rotation (right/left) makes it easy for both right and left-handed users.
The Infiniti Pro by Conair Spin Air Brush is available nationwide at drug store retailers, as well as at www.conairspinair.com for an average retail price of $59.99.
Recently, Conair sent me their Infinite Pro Salon Performance AC Styling Tool to test and review. After using it a few times by now, I’m ready to give my HONEST review. So keep reading to see what I thought about this blow dryer.
When it comes to washing my thick, long, and super curly hair, I tend to let it air dry before I break out the flatiron. The less heat on my hair, the better. However, in the winter, I tend to semi dry my hair with a blow dryer and then flatiron. I’m not a fan of this method nor am I fan of catching a cold because I’m walking around with wet hair in cold air.
So, this was the perfect time for me to try a out this blow dryer. The Infiniti Pro Styling tool boasts 1875 watt AC motor which is the same motor typically designed and used in salons, while being 15% lighter than most AC motor blow dryers.
Basically, if you are looking for a salon quality blow dryer at an affordable price, then I suggest you get this one. It features 3 heat/ 2 speed switches for you to control the heat and airflow. It also comes with 2 attachments that are perfect for control the airflow when trying to blow dry your hair straight. The attachments, by the way, are super durable and pop right in. However, the one thing that I wish this blowdryer came with was a diffuser attachment for curly hair. Luckily, my diffuser slides right on, but it would be nice to have one that pops for extra stability like the attachments included.
All in all, I’m so happy to have this new and awesome blowdryer! FYI, my favorite curling iron is a Conair Infiniti ceramic curler(that I bought a couple of years ago) and I love it hardcore. So, I should have known that I would have a fancy for this blowdryer.