I need a hair dryer that’s quick.
A dryer that’s going to give me a hairstyle efficiently, without doing a lot of damage to my hair, because this momma ain’t got time lately for a flat iron!
What I need is something like the Infiniti Pro by Conair 3Q Hair Dryer, which came into my life just a couple weeks before I had the baby.
The Infiniti Pro by Conair 3Q (the three Q’s are “quick, quiet, quality”) has a brush-less motor that delivers faster airflow; it doesn’t need to get as hot as other dryers, which translates to less heat damage.
This brush-less motor hair dryer is also supposed to make drying time up to 70% faster, giving your hair less exposure heat. These claims are in comparison to AC motor hair dryers.
Here’s a quick shot of the settings it offers:
Two speeds, three heat options, and a cool button.
Other highlights of the Infiniti Pro:
- 40% less noise
- Up to 5,000 hours of life (compared with standard AC motor hair dryer models)
- Dries equivalent to 2000 Watts
- Removable filter for cleaning
So how does it perform?
I’ve been using it on and off for several weeks now, with the two attachments that come with it, and I have fallen in love with the Infiniti Pro by Conair 3Q.
Do I think it’s less noisy? Compared with my Rusk Super Freak dryer, the noise is lower. It’s a blow dryer, so of course it makes noise. But the Super Freak is a bit higher in register, if that makes sense.
The drying time is efficient. I don’t notice it shaves that much time off, definitely wouldn’t say it’s 70% quicker drying time for me (my hair is fine so it doesn’t take long, anyway) but what I do notice is that this dryer on full blast vs. my previous dryer is actually better for my hair.
The Rusk dries out my hair and it feels straw-like; but the Infiniti (it includes ionic technology and titanium ceramic technology) does not make my hair feel frizzy. It feels healthy.
Here’s a before pic of my hair, if it were to air dry:
It’s naturally wavy – aka, frizzy!
With the concentrator attachment, I maintain some of the wave, but it’s MUCH more controlled. Check it out:
My hair LOOKS healthier after experiencing this hair dryer, and bouncy. If I really wanted it to be straight, I’d add my flat iron to the routine.
Lately, I have embraced my wave and even the curl that I’ve got going on by either letting it air dry with spray gel, or using the Infiniti diffuser attachment with the spray gel. I get great volume when I use the dryer. Here I am, in action!
Overall, I really like this hair dryer. The best thing about it is how healthy and nice my hair feels after drying – it isn’t frizzy. That makes it worth the investment.
The Infiniti Pro by Conair 3Q is available at Ulta, among shops, and retails for $119.99.
As I mentioned in the beginning of my post, I use the Infinite Pro by Conair 3Q Hair Dryer as part of my time-saving beauty routine. Check out the other products I use with this hair dryer to cut down on time in the morning:
- Redken Pillow Proof Blow Dry Express Primer (primes my hair for heat styling)
- Wet n’ Wild ColorIcon Blush & Glow Trio (perfect to have blush, bronzer and highlight all in one palette!)
- IT Cosmetics CC + Radiance Palette (same as above – all in one palette!)
- Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color (For a fresh-face of the day, I am able to quickly apply foundation and this stick to my cheeks and lips for pops of color)
Have you tried this dryer? What makes you love your hair dryer?
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