Get Two Looks for Your Locks with Conair

If you've been following along this past month, you might remember me mentioning a couple of new hair tools that have completely taken over my hair routine. Honestly, Conair totally has it going on right now. With their InfinitiPRO by Conair® Curl Secret® and InfinitiPRO by Conair® Diamond Brilliance™ Diamond-Infused Ceramic Smoothing Hot Brush. If you need new styling tools, which I think you do, especially in this case, you need to run out and grab both of these. Both offer completely different styles that achieve salon quality results without nearly as much effort. Lazy girls, this one is for you. I dread spending 30-60+ minutes in front of the mirror trying to tame my sometimes unruly mane. An effort that can be better spent elsewhere, or at least I think so. 

Which is why I am so glad I had the opportunity to team up with Conair this month to share two super-easy looks I created with these styling tools that will have you walking out the door in a flash without having to resort to a messy topknot. 

First up, the InfinitiPRO by Conair Diamond-Infused Ceramic Smoothing Hot Brush. It's a godsend when it comes to straightening my hair. Super user friendly; you're basically running a brush through your hair until you achieve desired results. The firm bristles straighten and smooth the hair while the advanced ionic technology styles and releases frizz controlling conditioners, removes static and adds visible smoothness and shine. It leaves my hair looking healthy without the dreaded flat and frizzed ends you usually get with a straightener. I've been using it the morning and couldn't be happier with the results. The Diamond-Infused Ceramic Smoothing Hot Brush reaches up to 400˚ and has three heat settings for all hair types. I have mine set to low to smooth out my frizzy, loose waves. And for $49.99, you can't beat the price. For my look, I kept it simple and opted for a half up, slightly voluminous on the top style. After straightening and smoothing out my hair, I pulled two pieces, parted from just above my ears and pinned them to the middle. I chose to twist mine into a little loop but honestly the sky is the limit when it comes to pulling your hair back and pinning it. After pinning the pieces (I used about 3-4 bobby pins) I went back over some stray hairs with the Diamond-Infused Ceramic Smoothing Hot Brush. A little spritz of hairspray for all day hold and you're out the door. It took me 25 minutes max from start to finish. 

Next up, bouncy curls with the InfinitiPRO by Conair® Curl Secret® ($99). While I love the appeal of effortless (looking) waves from a curling wand I can't say I've mastered the craft of not burning my fingers a half a dozen time per use. If I'm having a great day, I walk away with an additional neck burn. It's not ideal, especially when my hair is already 'naturally wavy'. Well, that was until I tried the InfinitiPRO by Conair Curl Secret. First off, no first degree burns to my fingers and head. I chalk it up to the unique, patented curl chamber that allows your hair to be gently heated from all direction to create the perfect curl every time. Since the heat stays inside you can get amazing curls with lower heat temperatures. The Curl Secret comes with two heat levels (up to 400˚) and 3 timer settings to create loose, medium or tight curls. It took me a couple of tries to get the hang of using it but now I can't imagine going back to using a curling wand, even for the simplest touch ups. From start to finish it took about 20 minutes to curl my entire head, which is a feat because I HAVE SO MUCH HAIR. 
Who else had tried and loved these two tools? 

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This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. I received the InfinitiPRO by Conair Curl Secret and the InfinitiPRO by Conair® Diamond Brilliance™ Diamond-Infused Ceramic Smoothing Hot Brush for my own personal use. All opinions, text and experiences are my own.