Infiniti Tourmaline Ceramic Ionic Styler / Dryer  » Electronics  »
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  • It has a stainless steel body and I wasn't overly impressed with the over-all look of it
  • It was boring and bland, and I'm a girly-girl on more occasions than not and tend to seek out products that fit that kind of description
  • Sadly such is not the case, but I'm happy to say I was proven wrong in regards to this hair dryer because I ended up with something that was a really nice product in the end
  • I have very straight hair that hardly ever holds a curl for longer than twenty minutes but wanted to try it, so I bought some curlers that I could put in when my hair was slightly damp and then went to work heating it dry, then touching up each curler with the dryer in the cool shot mode
  • I felt like I'd made a pretty worthy investment in this product and though I've spent three times as much on hair dryers and styling items since then, I still feel like this was one of the best things I've used for the price, and sometimes even surpasses those that are designated for salon results , or used by professionals


    • by Anasuya
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      I was looking for a cheap hair dryer to buy because my last one had finally gone caput, and this was quite a few years ago and I hadn’t discovered the wonders of specialized beauty stores like Sally’s, so bought a hair dryer at Walmart thinking it didn’t matter as long as it was cheap. The Infinit Tourmaline Ceramic Ionic Styler and Dryer was pretty much what you would expect from a very basic hair dryer and was within my range of affordability at just under $30.

      It has a stainless steel body and I wasn’t overly impressed with the over-all look of it. It was boring and bland, and I’m a girly-girl on more occasions than not and tend to seek out products that fit that kind of description. In other words, if it’s pink or lime green and looks pretty, than for some reason I’ll automatically


      assume that it’s a better piece of equipment. Sadly such is not the case, but I’m happy to say I was proven wrong in regards to this hair dryer because I ended up with something that was a really nice product in the end.

      It’s basic, with no frills and limited features. It has a ceramic disk in the center of it, or the core, and that’s where the heat generates and it’s supposed to more evenly distribute heat because of this kind of feature. Twenty years ago you wouldn’t have found something like that in a hair dryer, so even the simple ones today have come a long way at acting healthier towards your hair. Since my hair seems to damage easily enough as it is, this was appreciated.

      There’s a little button on the side of the hair dryer that’s called the cool shot button ...


      • and it’s used to cool down sections of the hair after it’s been heated. At first I didn’t realize what it was for until I discovered some article that suggested heating and then cooling hair repeatedly in order to set curls. I have very straight hair that hardly ever holds a curl for longer than twenty minutes but wanted to try it, so I bought some curlers that I could put in when my hair was slightly damp and then went to work heating it dry, then touching up each curler with the dryer in the cool shot mode. I did this a few different times and those curls really did set faster and stay longer that way.

        There are three heat settings which are pretty typical for a hair dryer and pretty idiot proof. But the one thing I liked about this is that there was an

        option to add attachments down the road if you wanted to purchase them separately. A bottom is pushed to release the attachments and they just pop right on in the first place so it’s very easy to use. I purchased the attachments after the fact, a year or so later, and that made a huge difference in my overall enjoyment of the hair dryer, though it was still a solid piece of styling equipment in the first place. I felt like I’d made a pretty worthy investment in this product and though I’ve spent three times as much on hair dryers and styling items since then, I still feel like this was one of the best things I’ve used for the price, and sometimes even surpasses those that are designated for “salon results”, or used by professionals. Don’t waste your money buying more when this one fits the bill well enough.




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