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When the brush attachment on my more than 10-year old Conair Hot Air Brush began to disintigrate, I looked to see what new model Conair had available. The Conair Ceramic Ionic Hot Air Brush incorporated the newer ceramic and ionic technologies while still retaining the desirable features of its predacessor. After determining that replacing the brushes would cost more than a new Conair Ceramic Ionic Hot Air Brush from Amazon, I decided to purchase an entire new unit. Amazon's price is far and away the best on the web and beats local retailers by at least $10.
The Conair Ceramic Ionic Hot Air Brush is ideal for finishing many hairstyles. While its 1000 watt power makes it impractical as one's only drying tool for longer hair, it does a fine job on shorter, cropped styles. As someone with chin-length hair, I find my Infiniti ... full review
The best $40 I've spent in a long time. I have thin, fine hair cut into a layered chin length bob. I've never been able to get the hang of a round brush and blow dryer, so I used to style my hair with a variety of tools and it took forever. Now this is the only styler on my bathroom counter! When used with a good spray mousse, it gets close enough to the scalp to build volume at the root -- without burning your skin. I'm not sure it would be the best choice for very thick, coarse, or long hair, but if you have a fine bob, the John Frieda is definitely worth a try.
After a lot of searching, I finally found the product I had been wanting. The brush holds in the many layers of my shoulder-length hair, and with the larger diameter, it results in soft curls and curves. It heats up quickly, plus it has a plastic cap on the end so I don't burn my fingers. I highly recommend this hot brush for those with longer hair that don't want tight curls.
"Great Product, but not a Swiss Army Knife..." - By John Keitz (Nevada)
This product worked very well as advertised. It is very good for brushing out long hair while partially drying it. On the plus side, my wife tried to tangle her hair with it, and it simply would not tangle, which is a first! As impressive as that is, there are mote positives. I tried touching the brush while on and found that I was unable to find a way that would result in a burn, so this is very safe to use. There are adjustments for temperature as you would find on any quality hair dryer. Also, the cord is a bit longer than your typical dryer, so you have plenty of room to work.
Now for the drawback, and there really is only one. The airflow is a bit anemic. Perhaps this is the only way it could be done, ... full review
This little hot air brush is easy to work you need only one hand to curl and dry you hair at one time. it's great on short hair also. Your hair does not get stuck in the brush because of the unique brush head bristles. try this product you will love it.
I bought this. The best thing it has is that it rotates. Never buy one that does not. I used this when my hair was short. There were complaints that the barrel is too big. No it is NOT. Now my hair is shoulder length and I use it all the time. I use it best when my hair is sort of drying, I mousse it then use it. Every tells me that I spend hours on my hair. NOT. 10 minutes and it looks like I came out of a salon from Newbury st (Boston). I was so afraid it would die on me and I could not get another so I got TWO! But I use it all the time and no problems. I do not know the other kind and cannot judge it but this is the only tool you will ever need. I have a Chi ... full review
"Only one thing I'd change..." - By R.L. (Vancouver, WA)
I've used this hair dryer a few times now, and I absolutely love it! My old one was also a Conair with a diffuser, but it was the traditional shape. It worked great, but I thought I'd give this one a try, in hopes of saving some space in the bathroom and in my suitcase when I travel.
The first thing I noticed was that it wasn't as loud as my old one. Don't get me wrong - it makes noise. I think that's unavoidable for a hair dryer. But it was certainly not as loud as the other one. Also, it dries my hair faster than the other one. I'm not sure why, but it does. I have long, curly hair (type 3a, for those who know what that means), and I use this hair dryer with the diffuser to ... full review
"Not too hot, not too cold...JUST Right" - By CAring4u (Denver, CO USA)
Okay, just like Goldilocks, I tried so many. Some were too hot, some were too cold, but this was was JUST RIGHT for my hair. I have medium length fine, but somewhat curly hair. Not too curly, but, since the 80s are over it is still too curly to be left completely alone. (if your hair is like that you'll understand. If you lived through the 80s, you'll definitely understand...otherwise you never will...sorry) Anyway, especially when it is humid I have to tame this mane. This product does that! Yes, the red thingys get got, but they are shorter than the black thingys which is generally all that touches my head. My fingers sometimes touch the red thingys, but, instinctively I am learning NOT TO TOUCH THE RED THINGYS! I'm clever like that. If it had too many more thingys, ... full review
For some reason, the hot iron curling brush is going out style. I have no idea why, because I consider it to be much better than the hot-air types. The Helen of Troy 1.5 inch barrel is the best I've found of an almost extinct breed. Order it now.