Wednesday, May 10, 2017

REVIEW || Conair Infiniti Pro Ionic Straightening Brush

Hey guys! Today I've got a quick review for you of the Conair Infiniti Pro Iconic Straightening Brush! I was really excited this was one of the options when the PR for Conair recently reached out to me and asked if I'd like to review some of the products, because I love how my hair looks when it's straight, but with my thick curls, it can take a long time and be a huge pain, and this brush looked super easy to use. And as I'm sure you know by now, though this brush was sent to me for free to review, I will always tell you if I don't like something about a product! All my reviews are honest, and I was not paid to write this post.

Conair Infiniti Pro Ionic Straightening Brush Box

So this brush features ceramic coated bristles (to protect your hair), nylon bristles (which are basically regular brush bristles), as well as soft silicone bristles (which the box claims add shine and control). There is also an ionic generator which is supposed to create negative ions that neutralize the natural positive ions in the air, making hair less frizzy by flattening and sealing the hair cuticle. This generator, by the way, is what makes the strange crackling sound when this brush is turned on! I was concerned about the noise at first, but after looking at the instructions, which explain this, it doesn't seem like a big deal.

Conair Infiniti Pro Ionic Straightening Brush Box info

In the box, you get the brush (of course), an instruction booklet/product warranty, and a heat pad to rest the brush on. Nothing too fancy, and you really don't need the heat pad, but it's a nice little addition.

in the box

After testing out this brush a couple of times, I'm basically in love! It's so quick and easy, I'm not sure why I'd ever use a regular flat iron. I mean, maybe if you really like your hair pin-straight, but I like mine a little more natural, and that is super easy to accomplish with this brush. I have used both the high and medium settings, and both worked on my hair, though the high setting was much faster and more effective. For reference, I do have thick, curly hair. I do still separate my hair into sections, but I don't have to formally go in layers, starting underneath, with all my hair clipped to the top of my head, like I do with a regular flat iron, which is so great. I think it takes me maybe 15-20 minutes to finish my whole head, and that's only because I like to take my time and go over each section to make sure it's even and pretty straight. If you just wanted to tame thinner or straighter hair, you could easily be done quicker! I really like this product, and would wholeheartedly recommend it if you like a natural, mostly-straight look, and hate messing around with flat irons or blow dryers. It's quick, easy, fuss-free... yeah, it's my new favourite hair tool, to be completely honest.

The Ionic Straightening Brush costs about $70 CAD, depending where you shop, and is available online on Amazon, as well as from Walmart (affiliate link), HBC, Ulta (affiliate link)—who now ships to Canada!—and just about anywhere else you can find Conair products. Let me know if you get this, or if you've tried it! I'd love to see other opinions, or if you also agree it's magical! **If you're uncomfortable with affiliate links, feel free to Google the product yourself if you wish to purchase online. Thanks!**

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