Save Time on Holiday Hair Styling with Conair #3QDryer

I’m one of those people that wants my hair to look nice, but hates spending time on it. I’m frequently searching for ways to make the styling process easier, and it’s very difficult with my fine, easy to damage hair. I was very excited when our sponsor, sent me the Conair Infiniti Pro 3Q hair dryer and Conair Infinity Pro Secret Curl rollers to try and tell you about. All opinions are my own.

Infinity by Conair 3Q Styling Tool
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So, first I should let you know that I’m a hair klutz. I don’t know what I’m doing most of the time, and I do the bare minimum when possible. I get impatient quickly, so even when I’m just blow drying my hair, I end up calling it quits usually before it’s dry. I was excited to see that the Infiniti Pro by Conair 3Q Styling Tool can reduce drying time by up to 70% while using less heat to minimize damage (which I am also prone to causing!). The 3Q (Quick, Quiet, Quality) has a brushless motor, which increases its life up to 10x that of a standard blow dryer. I was extremely surprised by the power of this blow dryer — it definitely does work much quicker and with less heat than my old dryer.

Infiniti by Conair Pro Secret Curl
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Now, while I was excited about trying the 3Q Styling Tool, I was more excited about trying the Pro Secret Curl rollers. When I take the time to curl my hair, I use my flatiron because I suck with a curling iron. The pop-up rollers come in 2 clipless sizes — 3/4” and 1”, and have a silicone surface, resulting in shiny curls. Storage is pretty cool with these; the case they store in is also where they heat up, and it can travel easily because the cord wraps around the base and it has a carry handle on top. When I used them, I was a little worried about burning my fingers, but they are just warm to the touch when heated completely, and they popped into my hair super easily. Now, technically, it did take a little longer to curl my hair with these than with my flatiron (because I have that down to a science), but with these I can pop them in and finish anything else I need to do, then pop them back out.

 

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I do enjoy curling my hair when we have somewhere to go, and I plan to for Christmas, but time is going to be very short on Christmas morning with our 1 year old opening presents from Santa for the first time. The Pro Secret Curl rollers will probably be my go-to that morning — pop them in when I get up, watch her open presents, and by the time she’s done (or while she’s opening), I can pop them back out… no need for hibernating in the bathroom with my flatiron.

 

The 3Q Styling Tool retails for an average price of $139.99, and the Pro Secret Curl rollers retail for an average price of $68.99. For a list of retailers to purchase from, see Conair’s website. And be sure to like Conair on Facebook too!

Visit www.conair.com and get free shipping on orders all orders $50 or higher this holiday season (until December 25) when you use promo code CONHOLIDAY14

This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. I received the Infiniti Pro by Conair Secret Curl and the Infiniti Pro by Conair 3Q Styling Tool for my own personal use. All opinions, text and experiences are my own.

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