Sunday, August 28, 2011

Conair Infiniti Pro: Review and GIVEAWAY!



Infiniti Pro by Conair™ Volume Boost 1875-Watt AC Motor 2-in-1 Styling Tool
Pump up the volume with the Infiniti Pro by Conair™ Volume Boost 1875-Watt AC Motor 2-in-1 Styling Tool! This quiet, lightweight AC motor dryer lifts your hair for fullness and volume with the innovative volumizing attachment. It features an AC motor typically favored by professional stylists to provide a powerful air velocity for faster drying and up to a 3X longer life span as compared to typical (DC motor) consumer hair dryers. It utilizes ionic ceramic technology that controls frizz and promotes healthy, shiny looking hair. 
Additional features include:
  • 3-heat/2-speed rotary switches
  • True cold shot button
  • Removable filter to prevent lint build-up and further extend the life of the motor
  • Limited four year warranty
  • weighs 2.55lbs
My Review:
I am absolutely loving this styling tool. It is very light weight and easy to manuever, and I love now I can add volume to my otherwise very fine hair, with little effort. This is the perfect tool for all your post summer vacation, back to work and school hairstyles! And at an affordable price too!

BUY IT: The Infiniti Pro by Conair Volume Boost 1875-Watt AC Motor 2-in-1 Styling Tool is available nationwide at mass market and drug store retailers, as well as at www.conairdryer.com for an average price of $39.99



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GIVEAWAY ENDS SEPTEMBER 11, 2011
GOOD LUCK TO ALL!
***I received a complimentary Infiniti Pro, courtesy of Robin Leedy and Associates and Conair, for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***

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  1. I have very fine, straight hair, so one of my favorite tools is my curling iron
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  5. I dry my hair as much as I can after showering in the morning and then rub a small amount of mouse into my hair. Then I scrunch it up in large sections. My hair is so thin that by the end of breakfast it is almost dry. Then I finish blow drying the rest.

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