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Old 08-15-2007, 09:14 AM   #1
 
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Has anyone used the Conair Infiniti Tourmaline Hair Designer? I am debating buying it and want to know what everyone thinks! Please let me know what your hair is like if you liked it or didnt like it. (ie very curly, thick, thin)

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Old 08-15-2007, 09:30 AM   #2
 
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To be honest, don't waste your money. I bought it thinking it would be awesome and frankly, it sucks. It's heavy and really hard to maneuver. It also feels like you're breaking your hair off.

I do however recommend the Conair Ion Shine Styler Dryer if you want to straighten your hair. I use it and it works really well. It's a lot cheaper and you can find it in pretty much any drug store. Use the brush attachment, not the comb.

Here's a link: http://www.conair.com/shine-1875-wat...38-1_7_67.html

I found if I dry hair in sections (from the bottom up) I get the best results.

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Forgot to add that my hair is on the thick side and probably 3A to 3B.
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Old 08-15-2007, 09:41 AM   #3
 
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I am obsessed with this one - I know it is probably awful but I cannot help myself. I look at everytime I see it in a store.

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haha yes but does it work? I would really like to be able to straighten my hair every once in while but I cannot do the whole blow dryer/brush thing.
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I tried the Conair Infiniti Tourmaline Hair Designer and I didn't care for it. Maybe it works better on longer hair. I found that the gadget at the end of the dryer didn't really grab my hair the way it does on the commercial. Shortly after I tried it I started wearing my hair curly again so I didn't really spend a lot of time working with the dryer. Next time I decide to wear my hair straight I'll try it again.
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Old 08-16-2007, 05:00 AM   #6
 
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haha yes but does it work? I would really like to be able to straighten my hair every once in while but I cannot do the whole blow dryer/brush thing.
Yes, I am styling tool inept as well so if I ever found something that worked the few times a year I straighten I would be very excited!
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