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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Conair infiniti i Series Hairdryer

For Christmas I received a present from Mom and Dad that I have needed for years (literally), a new hairdryer. I had been using for ages the old traveling hairdryer my Grandmama had in the Owners closet at the Beach House, and I had grown up using it on vacation. It was probably one of several things I had been using as a coping mechanism over their selling the house in 2003/2004. It was a dinky hairdryer, with no attachments, and had a horrible habit of sucking my hair into it to burn. Not so good. So, I took matters into my own hands this year, especially with my hair now down to my belly button, and decided that I should have a new one. I did some research at ULTA and read reviews. I decided to go with this hairdryer. And yes, IT IS PINK!!

I cannot wait to use it on my super-thin, baby fine hair and see if it frizzes as much as it used to. Supposedly, it is supposed to not do that. I seriously am hair-dumb stylistically-speaking, so you guys can give me tips on it as you see fit!


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  1. I can't wait to hear how this works out. I am hair care challenged. I don't even own a drier at the moment (though that will have to change with AM work outs in DC winters). I have what I believe to be a bad straightener. But other than that... I'm clueless. We also have the same kind of hear. High school taught me that no amount of expensive products is going to make it fluffy and cooperative!

  2. I've had this one for awhile (also long, very fine hair) and it's pretty frizz-free, although not as great as a professional dryer.

  3. @Jamie, oh girl I will fill you in. I haven't used it to style yet, but I do LOVE how it dries my lame-flat hair in general (less frizz).

    @cMe: I really do not need a professional dryer. I don't even know how to use a normal one! Much less a professional one. Ha! But I appreciate the input for sure.