Conair Retractable Bristle Brush ($14.99) Get all the benefits of a round brush, without the tangles, with the Conair® Retractable Bristle Brush. Patented bristles retract so they do not get tangled in the hair.
Honestly, I have never really been a fan of round brushes because my hair always gets tangled up in the bristles. It can be a real big pain to detangle. Does that ever happen to you? However, with the Conair Retractable Bristle Brush, I didn’t have to worry about that. With a bush of a button, the bristles retract and release your hair. Cool, huh? To get the bristles to pop back out, you twist the base. It’s so easy! Another plus about the Conair Retractable Bristle Brush is how easy it will be to travel with. You won’t have to worry about damaging the bristles. If you’re like me and are afraid of round brushes but want to use one, give the Conair Retractable Bristle Brush a try.
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You Wave Ultra by Conair ($39.99)
- Tourmaline Ceramic™ Technology
- Superior heat protection during styling
- Reduces frizz and static
- No damaging hot spots
- Protective Outer Housing
- Reduces the risk of heat contact
- Retains heat for longer-lasting waves
- Heat Control
- Three heat settings to accommodate all hair types
- 30-second instant heat
- Ultra-high heat levels
I really like the You Wave Ultra by Conair. I find a lot of times when I try to create waves with an iron, my hair always turns into a giant puff ball of crimpy hair. With the You Wave Ultra, I actually ended up with waves and not crimps! Hallelujah! It’s easy to use and easy to control how wavy/and or crimpy you want your hair to be. I also found that it kept my hair looking smooth and sleek. No frizziness in sight! The waver heats up so quick too! It heated up and was ready to use in about 30 seconds. Also, the You Wave Ultra can heat up to 400°F. There are 3 temperature options you can choose from: Lo, Med, and High. You just slide switch to the setting you prefer. It doesn’t take long either to create waves. You only have to hold for 5 seconds and viola! Waves! An extra plus is that the cord is extra long so you don’t have to worry about tripping or getting caught up in it. Nor is the waver heavy. Give it a try if you’re looking to create beach wavy hair. You can find the You Wave Ultra almost anywhere at mass markets and drugstores.
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Conair You Reel 1875 Watt Tourmaline Cearmaic 2-in-1 Styler ($34.99)
I really like to take the Conair You Reel 1875 Watt Tourmaline Ceramic 2-in-1 Styler. It makes for a great travel companion when I travel. The handle bends to fold in! Hello more luggage space! Another great feature is that the cord reels into the handle with a push of a button. You know what that means right? No more tangled cord! The dryer is great at drying my thick hair in a decent amount of time. It’s powerful. It leaves my hair shiny and not so frizzy too. The dryer has 2 different speeds and 3 different heat settings. There is also a cool shot button to help set your hairstyle. Overall, I recommend the Conair You Reel 1875 Watt Tourmaline Ceramic 2-in-1 Styler to anyone who is looking for a dryer.
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Conair Bun Maker ($3.49) Make a perfect hair bun every time with Conair’s new Bun Maker Style Kit. Just gather your hair in a ponytail, pull it through the hole in the Bun Maker, then spread your hair around the outside and secure with the included pins. The Bun Maker’s unique size and shape will make a perfect hair bun every time. Try it for yourself and see.
Yes! Finally an easy way to make a neat and perfect looking bun. The Conair Bun Maker comes with everything to help you create the perfect bun easily. The kit comes with bobby pins, a hair tie, and a bun maker. All you do is tie your hair into a ponytail, pull it through the bun maker, and wrap your hair around it until your hair covers the bun maker. Secure it with pins and you’re done. I did notice some potential problems that can occur. The first is if your hair is short. I can see it not working because you have to have enough hair to tie it into a ponytail and wrap it around the bun maker. Also if your hair is light colored, I have a feeling you’re going to have a difficult time hiding the bun maker since the bun maker is a dark color. Overall, I really liked the Conair Bun Maker. It’s a great, quick, and easy way to create buns.
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Conair Spin Air Brush ($59.99) Releases up to 100X more concentrated ions created from natural sources, to help reduce frizz and enhance shine!
- Volumizes and shines as you dry
- Ceramic technology safely dries and promotes healthy hair
- Faster, smoother hair, less frizz
- 2 heat settings plus cool setting for all hair types
- Multidirectional brush rotates in both directions to volumize and shine
- Use with or without spin function
- Tangle-free antistatic bristles
- Removable filter allows lint cleanup and extends motor life
- Limited three-year warranty
The Conair Spin Air Brush is such an inventive hair tool. It’s a hair brush and blow dryer in one! If you always wanted to be able to do a blowout with a brush and a dryer but never could, then you should give the Conair Spin Air Brush a try. It makes everything so much easier! Just like a dryer, you can control the air settings and it blows both hot and cold air. However, it’s not as strong as a regular blow dryer. It provides just enough heat to help smooth out hair and give it volume. There are 2 buttons that spin the brush head in both directions (clockwise and counterclockwise). It took me a few tries to get used to controlling the spinning brush head. But once I figured it out, my hair looked as if the salon styled it for me. I was expecting the Spin Brush to be heavy because it looked a tad bulky, but surprisingly it wasn’t. I also liked that the cord was long. It made styling my hair so much easier. The Conair Spin Air Brush also comes with a protective cover to keep the brush bristles from getting damaged. There were a couple of things I didn’t like about the brush. The first is that the brush head doesn’t spin when it blows cold air. The second is your hair has to be almost dry for you to use the Spin Air Brush. Overall, I think it’s a great styling tool to try and have.
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