Conair You Reel 1875 Watt Tourmaline Ceramic 2-in-1 Styler Review and Photos

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Conair You Reel 1875 Watt Tourmaline Cearmaic 2-in-1 Styler ($34.99)

My Thoughts:

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 Spin Air Brush Review and Photos

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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

My Thoughts:

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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Remington 3-in-1 Styler Review and Photos

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Remington 3-in-1 Styler ($24.99)

  • Used For: Hair Styling
  • For Use On: Hair
  • Hair Type: All Hair Types
  • Features: 3 Heat Settings, Ionic, 2 Speeds
  • Includes: Concentrator
  • Pieces: 4
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Power Source: Electric
  • Power Required (watts): 1875 Watts

My Thoughts:

I wanted a quick way to get beach wavy hair, and I believe I may have the answer. It’s the Remington 3-in-1 Styler! The Remington 3-in-1 Styler is a blow dryer that comes with 3 different attachments to achieve three different hair styles: sleek, voluminous, and beachy waves. All three attachments are easy to attach to the blow dryer and to remove. The blow dryer isn’t very heavy and is quite powerful. It’s not the most powerful blow dryer I’ve used, but it gets the job done. I know you’re most curious about the beach wave attachment so this review will mainly focus on that.

The beach wave attachment is basically like a tunnel. You slide a section of your wet hair into the tunnel and watch it whip around in circles as you dry your hair. It leaves your hair looking like dreadlocks! You pull apart the dreads and viola! Beach wavy hair! The waves are loose and subtle. I found if my hair was too wet (dripping wet) or damp then it didn’t work very well. Somewhere in the middle of dripping wet and damp worked the best, at least for me it did. I was quite surprised how well it worked and how long the waviness lasted (2-3 days) because my hair is so difficult to curl and never stays curled. Also, my hair didn’t end up frizzy like it always does after I blow dry my hair.

Overall, I feel the Remington 3-in-1 Styler is a great buy. For $25, you get a great blow dryer that can create different hairstyles. No complaints here!

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