There’s nothing better then to blow dry your hair using the Infinite Protect Hair Dryer by Remington leaving it vibrant and super sleek.
I don’t know about you guys but I can’t stand having wet hair especially before going to bed, just gross. Believe it or not but I have never had my own blow dryer before. Iv’e always borrowed mum’s or sister’s, gave it a quick dry and bob’s ya uncle.
The amazing girls over at Remington kindly sent me their beautiful Infinite Protect Hair Dryer and I tell you what… I will NEVER use a different hair dryer again!
Infinite Protect Hair Dryer – RRP $137.00
Firstly, I am inlove with the colour of this hair dryer. I think it’s so different, compared to the standard silver or black, it gives it that extra pop! It has this beautiful gold band that wraps around the top of the dryer.
The Infinite Protect Hair Dryer has 3 different button/switches. The first one makes the dryer blow out cold air (super handy on a hot day!) second switch is for the temperature of the dryer. It has 3 different temps and the 3rd switch is for whole hard you want the air to come out.
My hair literally dries with in 10 min of using the Infinite Protect Hair Dryer, it’s honestly like magic. If your someone like me who has really thick hair and its long and wavy, then you need to get your hands on this bad boy! You may need to do a few head flicks and tilts to get right at the back but other then that, let this beauty do it’s thanggg.
The Remington Infinite Protect Hair Dryer will leave your hair feeling lush, sleek and shiny. It has this super smart sensor that continuously reads your hair temperature and adjusts the heat, which ensures your hair never rises over 85°C – how freakin cool, I bet your current hair dryer doesn’t do that!
If you haven’t already, you should check out Steph’s review on Remington’s Rose Luxury Straightener and Hair Dryer pack, she absolutely loves hers!
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