Thursday, April 4, 2019

Conair Bun-2-Done Hair Styling Bun Maker and Infinity Pro 3Q Blow Dryer Review

On busy mornings I don't have time for intricate hairstyles but a high bun looks professional, sleek and sophisticated – like I'm ready to put on a power suit and take on the world. Over the years many brands have made products to create trendy updos but Conair has taken it a step further.

Bun-2-Done ($69.99) is not your average styling tool. This multi-purpose device comes with 6 flexible rods (2 medium and 4 long) that sit inside a purple base and heat up quickly. While your hair is piled atop your head in the perfect donut shaped bun, the warm rod adds texture, body and bounce - gradually styling as you tackle your workday. In the evening, simply unravel the bun to reveal soft flowing waves that are perfect for a night out.

Bun-2-Done takes up minimal counter space and since the wands are not scorching hot they don't cause heat damage. I have no problem handling them right out of the machine but you can use heat resistant gloves just in case.

Put your hair in a ponytail, place the rod at the ends and roll up or down (like the diagram below). Once you reach the top, snap the rod ends together to form a perfect O and pull your hair around it. Each wand is lined with rubber gripping dots to ensure that most strands wrap neatly but it takes practice to perfect, especially if you have layers.

For long thick hair snap 2 rods together to make an extra long roller (no clips or pins required). Create multiple buns or cute half-up half-down looks for all occasions.

For immediate waves (when I don’t want to wear a bun), I usually leave the rods in the base for a bit longer to ensure they are hot enough to create well formed curls. With no digital readout and only one switch, there is no way to adjust the heat or know the exact temperature. The orange light indicates power but does not change color when the wands are ready to be used.

Start by sectioning your hair into 6 segments (1 per rod) and roll each section into a mini bun. If they loosen, hang down or get in your way, secure with claw clips.

I usually leave the buns in while getting ready and eating breakfast. The longer they set, the tighter your curls will be. If you want even more definition, apply a bit of heat using the Conair Infinity Pro 3Q Blow Dryer. Simply pass the warm air over each twist for a couple minutes to speed up the process. I usually unroll them just before leaving home and apply some serum to make the tendrils extra shiny (no hairspray required).

During the day my curls loosen into cascading messy waves which I tousle to maintain body and volume. My roots and lengths appear full and lifted.

Another styling tool I love is the Conair Infinity Pro 3Q Blow Dryer ($89.97). I used to think all hairdryers were created equal but thermal technology has advanced to improve styling results.

This lightweight pink dryer features heat protect brushless technology engineered to dry hair faster with up to 70% more air pressure. There are two buttons – one with 3 heat settings and another with 2 speeds to control force. For thick hair this feature is amazing! The air blasts out in a steady, powerful stream that makes styling much easier. You can also use the cool setting to reduce heat exposure.

The dryer also has a built to last AC motor, ionic ceramic technology with infrared heat and frizz defense conditioning ions to enhance shine and create a smooth, silky finish. The cold shock button helps lock your style in place and there are 2 diffuser attachments to create volume and bounce.

Conair is available at Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond,, Shoppers Drug Mart, Canadian Tire and

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