Loving my Conair Infiniti Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron

Conair Infiniti Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron

Ever since I moved to Georgia from Colorado a year ago I’ve been frustrated by my hair. Back in Colorado with its dry air and lack of humidity, I could air dry my hair and was happy how it looked. My hair dried straight with a bit of a messy (on purpose) wave on the ends as you can see in my this photo. All I would have to do it blow dry the bangs to fight against my natural cowlick.

Anne-Marie Nichols head shot

Here in Georgia with its high humidity, this is how my hair dries – super wavy and really dorky. HATE IT!

wavy hair

I have to spend at least 30 minutes blow drying and styling my hair until it’s super dry. Then an hour later, it’s poufy and messy looking again. It’s so frustrating even though I use anti-frizz products on my hair and my stylist cuts it so it’ll blow dry straight. There have been times where I’ve paid to have a professional blow out before a big event just so my hair looks decent.

Luckily at SoFabCon I received a Infiniti Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron [affiliate link] from Conair, one of the conference sponsors. While I was under no obligation to write a review, I had to share with you that I LOVE using the Infiniti Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron. In fact, I can truly say it’s changed my life as it now makes getting ready and looking good such a breeze.

OK, maybe "life changing"is a bit of an exaggeration, but I do like that I can now wash my hair, put in my favorite styling cream, Garnier Fructis Style Curl Calm Down Anti-Frizz Cream [affiliate link], and then air dry it. Then I use some Garnier Fructis Haircare Weightless Leave-In Anti-Frizz Serum [affiliate link] and then use the Infiniti Pro to iron my hair straight so it looks good. Plus, it stays straight and fabulous looking until the next shampoo, even after sleeping on it. LOVE IT!

Here’s how my hair looks after using the Conair Infiniti Flat Iron:

straight hairstraight hair

So much better, right? I can go from wavy, messy, awful hair to polished straight, professional looking hair in about 15 minutes. The only thing I don’t use the Conair Infiniti Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron on is my bangs. Since I want them to curl under slightly, I’m still using a blow dryer to style them with a rounded brush.

I especially like the Infiniti Flat Iron because it only takes 15 seconds to heat up. It features 30 different heat settings for various styles and has floating plates to straighten or flip hair. The auto-off feature keeps the flat iron safe if accidently left on, too. The Infiniti Flat Iron includes a .25 fl. oz. bonus pack for Argan Oil Fusion, which helps condition hair.

Finally, it’s super affordable at around $30. You can buy the Conair Infiniti Flat Iron on Amazon.com as well as Target, Walmart, and Kohl’s.

What do use on your hair to get the perfect style?

7 thoughts on “Loving my Conair Infiniti Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron

  1. Autumn

    Wow! What a big difference! My hair was pretty perfect in the dry Arizona heat, but since moving back to Georgia, I’ve had a mess. I’ll have to check out the Conair Infiniti iron, too. Thanks for sharing your experience!

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  2. Mimi

    OMG!! the humidity here in Georgia is the worse! I hate to see summer coming especially with those late evening pop up thunderstorms that will wreck all kinds of havoc on any type of decent hair style. I am in the market for a new flat iron, as my children broke mine. I will have to take a look at this one!

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