Happy Aloha Friday. I figured that I would stop in today and share with you some info on a product I’ve been using over the last month. I don’t use heat on my hair often, well – honestly, it’s a rare occasion. But, I have been showering late at night lately since my schedule has me out later in the day and to keep from going to bed with wet hair, I have been using a dryer to help a sistah out a bit. Today, I’m going to be sharing with you the Conair Infiniti Pro 584NP-6 Hair Dryer, so let’s get started, shall we?
The Infinity PRO by Conair comes with Conair’s lightest weight professional AC motor. Retailing for just $59.99, it is a 1875 Watt hair dryer that offers you 3 heat settings and 2 speed settings for the perfect control over styling your hair. Ceramic technology provides infrared heat to protect your hair from heat damage and a true cold shot button to provide you with a burst of cold when you need it. With concentrator and diffuser attachments and a removable filter so you have all the tools on hand for your favorite hair styles and to dry your hair.
The hair dryer is quite lightweight and has been comfortable for me to hold in my hands, even with my carpal tunnel syndrome. I also have very long hair and love that my hands, arms and wrists don’t feel like they just had a workout after using the dryer. With it’s Ionic Technology – you will get up to 75% less frizz (compared to hair dryers with natural ion generation) and I love that it dryers my hair quickly, without causing my hair to feel dry or brittle.
The Infinity PRO by Conair is definitely powerful considering the weight of the dryer. My hair is long (as I mentioned previously), but below my waist, so drying my curly hair can be a pain in my behind. With this dryer I find that I am able to dry my hair quickly which is wonderful. Besides the Ionic Technology, the Infinity PRO also has Ceramic Technology to provide infrared heat to help protect your hair from heat damage. Since I have curls, I want to be able to dry my hair without the added frizz and without the damage, especially since my hair is so long. This dryer has definitely been a great addition to my hair game.
So – now that I gave you a bunch of the details on what it does to my hair and how it works, let’s talk about the gorgeous look of this hair dryer. The beautiful champagne color with rose gold accents makes a great addition to any beauty lovers vanity. I am loving how this looks and I was beyond impressed with the packaging overall. It’s also very durable considering how lightweight the dryer is. I have dropped this on my tile flooring at least 5 different times and it’s held up extremely well without breaking. Of course, I don’t suggest you doing that.
“Lightweight yet powerful, perfect for precision styling.”
While I’m not big on using heat on my hair often, when I do, I always want to make sure I’m using something that will not add any additional stress to my hair. Living in Hawaii in general already takes a toll on my hair because of the humidity and warmth, not to mention the fact that my hair is curly and long – all things that contribute to my hair being so finicky. A good styling tool is always a great thing to have in my beauty arsenal. Considering the cost of this dryer and how it easy it is to use and how it works, I definitely would recommend it to anyone. This dryer is definitely a spring and summer beauty hack – leaving you with dry and styled hair in shorter drying time. I definitely suggest anyone checking it out.
You can purchase this product and learn more about here.
So what about you? Can you see adding this hair dryer to your hair routine?
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