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Best Spinning Brush Dryer...Hands Down
December 19, 2017
Super Product and a Bargain at this Price!
This is the third Infiniti Pro I have purchased. The first two I bought had a 1 1/2 inch brush that was permanently attached. I wore out the brushes on both of these. This version has TWO BRUSHES!! The smaller one gives more curl.
After I wore out the brushes on the first two, I was looking for another brand that might have a better, longer lasting brush. I found the Hot Revolver by Martino Cartier. This was a very poor product and extremely overpriced. The brush would not glide through my hair and it was worthless for smoothing. The brush started to "click" and would no longer spin while in my hair. Terrible product.
I bought this product because for the first time, I saw that it had TWO different sized brushes that were detachable. I am part-Asian and I have very thick medium length hair with a moderate amount of body. I do not recommend using this to dry hair from a completely wet state. I usually partially dry my hair with a regular blow dryer (especially at the crown) and then finish the styling using this brush. The brush heads turn in both directions and once you get used to it, you will be flipping from right to left with ease. I usually clip up the crown of my head and then start styling the "underneath" hair. My hair has become a little unruly mainly because of the gray in my hair but this tool does an exceptional job of smoothing my hair. I can do this with one arm.
I have had bilateral shoulder surgeries and I have a hard time raising my arm over my head. This brush allows me to dry and style my hair without raising my arm. I think for folks who have a hard time keeping their arm raised by using a round brush and standard dryer will find this tool to be a DREAM! This dryer also makes my hair very shiny.
In the cool setting, you cannot turn the brush. I use the cool setting if I want to "lock in" curls. In the final phase of styling, I roll hair onto the brush and then flip to the cool setting with one finger. Once the hair is cool, (less than a minute), the curl will be locked in and I manually unroll from my hair. However, I only use this setting when I want a lot more curl.
The key to getting the most out of this brush is not loading too much hair at once and only doing small sections at a time. This brush is a definite time saver and I can get professional results without straining. When this brush stops "grabbing" your hair, it's time for a new one. My brushes have lasted about 3-4 years.