Trying to get ringlets to go (and stay) straight is never an easy task – and I never met with success until recently. My hair never had any volume if I blew it out straight, and whatever product I used always dulled out shine.
Granted, I like my curly hair, but I like having options as well. So I was understandable thrilled when I tried the Conair Infiniti Tourmaline Hair Designer. I’ve been using Tourmaline Blow Dryers for a few years now – I love the speed of drying and the extra shine they give. But the versatility of the Conair dryer really sets it apart.
The dryer attachment is a lot like a standard diffuser, but it has a comb on one end. This is great for whatever style you are going for – if you are drying your hair curly, the short comb is perfect for lifting your roots to dry them in order to get volume at the crown.
If you are drying your hair straight, separate your hair into sections, and slowly run your hair through the comb. I find I can get great volume if I wrap my hair around my head as I guide the dryer through – follow your hair in the opposite direction of it’s growth around your forehead. Move on to the next section when each section is dry. I end up with tons of volume and pin-straight, shiny hair.
The two products that I find work best for this method are Frederic Fekkai All-Day Hair Plump and Frederic Fekkai Coiff Controle Ironless Straightening Balm. Both of them work if you want to get curly hair as well.
Find the Conair Infinity Tourmaline Hair Designer Blow Dryer for $41.84 at Amazon.com.