Ever since I was a little girl I would love getting ready with my mom. It’s so nice to have that quality time with eachother…and it doesn’t hurt to have someone help you with the back pieces of your hair! Today we’re so excited to be partnering with Conair to share how we get ready for our Mother’s Day brunch! We styled our hair using 2 different products…The “InfinitiPro 2 in 1 stainless styler” and the “mini-Pro smoothing brush”!
The tools I’m sharing today would also be the perfect gift for Mother’s day!
The 2-1 stainless styler can either straighten your hair, or curl it! I used it on my mom to straighten and on my own hair to curl.
For straightening close the tool on the section of hair, glide over the section, then release.
For curling close the tool on the section of hair, wrap hair around the barrel (outer barrel heats up to 265), glide over the section while hair is wrapped, then release.
Style Tip: I always keep 2-3″ out of the bottom to create that more messy beach wavy look.
One thing I always look for when purchasing a hair tool is “how hot can it get”. My curl tends to hold longer when I use a higher heat setting. This tool goes up to 400 degrees with 5 additional lower heat settings.
There are also 2 silicone “cool tips” that are removable. I personally like to keep them on since I like to use that part of the tool while I curl.
3 Generations ♥ ♥ ♥
This mini pro smoothing brush is perfect for touch up’s, smoothing and adding shine.
And I also love the price.
This is definitely coming with me on our next vacation for easy styling.
I love easy…
This little tool also work great for adding volume!
I like to use it as a smoothing brush but also as a teasing brush.
Start at the bottom and brush hair upwards by about 2″.
I also used it to tease my roots.
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY TO ALL THE MAMA’S OUT THERE!
YOU ARE SO LOVED AND APPRECIATED FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!
I’m also very excited to share that I’m hosting a giveaway with Conair!
Good luck and thank you so much for stopping by today!
P.s. A big thank you to Conair for partnering on this post! Everything I share, as always, are my own thoughts and opinions.