63% would repurchase
on 10/23/2018 10:35:00 AM
More reviews by flowerpan10
$30 powerful and hot. doesn't fry my hair. pretty heavy but durable. great to use on the warm setting to disperse my baby powder and make the white cast go away on the days I don't wash my hair. Comes with a paddle brush that I use daily on dry hair. Doesn't snag. Great quality. I've used many Revlon dryers in the past that broke so easily. I went to Ulta looking for something that would last a long time but not cost an arm and a leg. This is it.
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on 10/20/2018 3:56:00 PM
More reviews by Janay
This review is a prime example of why I use an alias on MUA! I'm almost 50 years old and have developed a nose hair issue. So I bought this little device mainly for the detailing attachment to keep my nose hair in check. I've been using it weekly for a few months and am completely satisfied. The little lithium battery is strong enough, the gadget does what it's supposed to without gouging my skin (much better than when I tried to use manicure scissors, ouch!), and it seems to be holding up well. All for about $15 USD + shipping & handling costs. Yes, I ordered it from Ulta's website for delivery instead of buying directly from the Ulta near my home b/c I was too ashamed to buy in person. Worth every penny.
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on 10/7/2018 5:05:00 PM
More reviews by moreswatchesplz
Got the 1 inch version on Amazon for $29.99. Good flat iron for the price. I use it on my bangs that I'm growing out, and also straighten the bottom layers of my hair to decrease volume. I have naturally beachy waves that I like to keep wavy but I am prone to bed head and sometimes keep this straightener on the lowest temperature (362) to smooth any bad bumpy bedhead without trying to go pin straight. I personally wish the lowest setting could be 300 instead, hence only 4/5 lippies but otherwise a great flat iron that gets the job done. I use hairspray and find that it lasts all day.
on 1/17/2018 6:37:00 PM
More reviews by katties
I was lucky to find this for $42 at Kohl's (which was mostly paid for with Kohl's cash ^^). I have tried other curling tools before. In my childhood I tried different old-school metal ones and what not, and the conclusion was: my hair does what it wants - which is being straight, after 6 h. While at university, I first discovered ceramic ionic curling wands, which finally gave me the opportunity to have curls for 2-3 days. However, I burnt my hands, my face, my neck and my scalp several times. Not very often, but enough to be quite annoyed every time I knew I would need to curl my hair. Also, while 1/2 inch curling wands worked well for curling my hair, the curls were too tight. I tried a 1 1/2 inch wand, and it was difficult to wind my (waist long) hair around and get good, loose curls. I have waist-long hair, medum corseness, medium thickness, straight, in good condition (due to good conditioners: It's a 10 mask and leave-in, and Humectress from Nexxus)When I saw this at Kohls, I remembered that one of my flatmates at uni had one like this, and really enjoyed it. She had used it both on herself, who has shoulder-length hair, and on her friend, who has butt-long hair - it worked for both! I was never very impressed with the look and feel of the infinity pro - it's a little heavy, it feels kinda cheap and rattles... however, it performs very well :) What I'm majorly happy about is... I haven't burned myself with this yet (it's not impossible, but way more difficult than a "naked" iron). The iron is generally quite easy to use, but you have to do it correctly. First off: there is only ONE side that is OK to turn towards the head. At first, I got a little annoyed by that as it was easy to do one side of the head, but not the other, but I figured it out eventually. The "crab claw" of the wand makes it easier to curl your hair yourself - I just put the strand in there and guide the claw along it, to my scalp, so I can achieve curls along the whole length of my hair. Second thing is: your hair MUST be well brushed. If there are rogue hairs that are tangled or stick out in some way, they might tangle inside the curler. I have never had issues getting the hairs out again, but still: it's not pleasant, might rip out a couple of hairs and give you a weird initial curl... or rather "chewed up mess" (can be re-curled fine). So, I usually hold onto the strand og hair I feed into the curler, so that it will be wound up nicely. It's not strictly necessary, but it helps my curling process. Don't feed too much hair into the curler, as it is likely to jam that way, but as said: it will definitely let you know. The smaller the sections you use are, the tighter the curl will be. Also: the more perpendicular the curler is to the strand of hair, the tighter the curl; if you hold the iron slightly sideways, the curl will be looser. It is possible to burn yourself on this if you rest it on your scalp for several seconds (after feeling it's hot), or if you clamp your finger inside it, but generally, this is a much safer option than regular curling wands. The curls you get look nice - the same as with a wand. The ceramic ionic plating makes this have the least amount of damage to the hair and good curl longevity. Generally, I'm very happy about this purchase! :)The only thing I can see as a con with this is that there are some people with curly or wavy hair that too like to curl their hair (to a different pattern), and I might not recommend this to them, as such hair is more likely to get stuck in the curler.
on 8/8/2017 8:01:00 PM
More reviews by marymaryjane
I love this dryer. It comes with three attachments and is easy to use in comparison to a brush and dryer. My hair feels good to go after use. I have fairly thick, straight and long hair. The drying capabilities is pretty decent for a cheap $20 blow dryer.
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