I’m the kind of person who likes to get ready and get out the door quickly. Unfortunately, when you have long hair, you have to spend time drying it (or just leave the house with wet hair…which I do way more than I should.) Blow drying hair just seems to take so LONG. When I go to the stylist, they’re able to use those cool round brushes and roll, roll, dry, done! How do they do that? Well now, I can finally achieve that “just blown dry by a stylist” look with the Infiniti Pro by Conair™ Spin Air Brush.
About the Infiniti Pro by Conair™ Spin Air Brush
Want to put a new spin on your hair styling routine? 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.
To me, the Conair Spin Air Brush is a genius product that should’ve been invented many, many years ago. For someone who isn’t used to blow-drying hair, handling a round brush and a blow dryer to style hair isn’t that easy. Finally, here’s a product that combines both essential hair-styling tools into one, easy to manage product.
Before I started using the Conair Spin Air Brush, I made sure to watch one of their tutorial videos (shown below.) It looks simple enough – divide your hair into sections, then spin, letting the spin-action and the blow dryer do all the work. The model made it looks super easy and her hair was smashing by the end of the video.
I just happened to have a damp head of hair that was optimal for testing the Conair Spin Air Brush. I sectioned off my hair and started drying. There are two buttons at the top of the brush that control the direction of the spinning. One button goes away from you, the other towards you. There are also three heat settings on the brush, Hot, Warm, and Cool. I made sure the brush was spinning away from me and was on the hot setting. I put it at the ends of one section of the hair and started spinning. And it worked just like the video! I spun for a few seconds at the root, then let the whole thing spin to the top of my head. After several seconds, I used my thumb to move the setting down to “cool” to help the roundness set, then pulled out the brush. The result – one section of dry and shiny hair, with a slight curl at the tips.
After using the brush, I do have a couple of tips. 1) When you section your hair, make sure you have nice clean sections, otherwise the brush could spin up other sections of your hair. 2) Be aware that the brush won’t spin when it’s set to “Cool”. (Which makes sense since you’re cooling to set the style.) 3) If you’re nervous about the spinning, practice for a few seconds on just the roots so you can get used to the speed and handling the brush as it’s spinning through your hair.
The Conair Spin Air Brush cut my hair drying time down significantly and my overall styling time down even more since it is styling at the same time it’s drying. It’s an all-in-one product that brushes, dries, and styles my hair all at the same time! It is the only tool I will be using to try dry my hair. If you want to make your hair-styling time much, much easier, check out the Conair Spin Air Brush. It’s available nationwide for $59.99 as well as online at www.conairspinair.com or Amazon.com for $47.99.
Conair Spin Air Brush Online
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Disclaimer: This post consists of my (and/or fellow tester) opinions only. Your experiences may be different. No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a free product from the manufacturer or their representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review. This did not affect the outcome of this review.