Introducing Infiniti by Conair You Curl!

I was sooooooooo excited to try out this new product by Conair. I have thick, stubborn hair, and I have always had a really hard time achieving the perfect curl. When I tried this curling rod, at first it was a bit tricky to get used to, not gonna lie. But after I got the hang of it, I absolutely loved it! It’s gives you that amazing curl that most of the celebrities like. It’s a big, soft, natural looking curl. I think you’ll love it!

Soft, sexy curls are now easy to create with the new Infiniti by Conair You Curl. The You Curl has a unique, clamp-free design and a cone-shaped barrel that creates a softer, less structured curl.  Simply wrap hair around the barrel, hold for a few seconds and then release.  The conical design allows the curls to start closer to the root, allowing more volume through the middle (large portion of the barrel) and the bottom will have a tighter curl (small section of the barrel).  The effect is trendy, free-flowing spirals with no “clamp kinks.”

The powerful ceramic heater features Tourmaline Ceramic™ technology which provides more protection, reduces frizz, helps eliminate static and does not have damaging hot spots. The ultra-high heat levels are instantly restored during use, and the 5 LED settings provide the ideal temperatures for all hair types. The stay-cool safety tip protects fingers during use.

The Infiniti by Conair You Curl is available nationwide at mass market and drug store retailers, as well as at www.conairyoucurl.com, for an average retail price of $49.99.

You can also find out more great info by “liking” Conair’s new Facebook page at www.facebook.com/conairhair or following them at www.twitter.com/conair_hair

Here’s a great how-to video!


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