From heated rollers that offer curl and shine to round Retractable Bristle Brushes and AC motor hair dryers, Conair wants your daughter to go back to school in style.

Conair Retractable Bristle Brush

Ladies, there is nothing worse then running a brush through your hair, hitting a snag and getting your brush caught in your hair. Getting your hair  tangled in particularly a round brush, has probably happened to every woman with long hair at least once in her life. I know it has happened to me and it constantly happens to my daughter and daughter-in-law. In fact my son reminded how my daughter once brook a round brush when she was at the salon.

Conair has come up with a solution for women with long hair. There is no longer a need to resort to scissors ladies.

Conair Retractable Bristle Brush

With the Conair Retractable Bristle Brush should your hair get caught in the bristles of the brush simply press a button and the bristles retract,  untangling the brush from your hair. A simple twist of the base of the barrel brings the bristles back out.

Now you can get all the benefits of a round brush, without the tangles!

The Conair Infinity Retractable Bristle Brush also features tourmaline-ionic ceramic technology, which is designed to release ions to reduce static electricity giving you smooth frizz free hair.

My thoughts: I needed a brush like this when I had long hair. I remember the torture I put myself through when my hair would get caught in my round brush.  I highly recommend the Conair Infinity Retractable Bristle Brush to anyone with long hair. It also great for styling should you happen to have long hair.  Since I have begun styling my hair with the brush I noticed it has added body and fullness to my style. I also like the fact that this brush is super easy to clean; you just place it over a trash can, push the button and when the bristles retract the hair goes into the trash.

Ladies release your style with the Conair Retractable Bristle Brush, available nationwide at mass market and drug retailers for an average retail price of $12.99.

Infiniti Pro by Conair 1875-Watt Salon Performance AC Motor Styling Tool Model 294

Conair new Infiniti Pro hair dryer packs a powerful punch to help dry hair faster and leave it smooth and less frizzy. in fact Ionic Infiniti Pro by Conair 1875-Watt Salon Performance AC Motor Styling Tool Model 294 technology allows for 75% less frizz for that sexy smooth look.  Long preferred by hairstyling professionals, AC motor hairdryers are more durable and longer lasting, and deliver faster, more powerful, airflow for up to 50% faster drying time. I really like the fact that it has several different settings such as HOT, Warm and Cold and High and low.

Conair has included a bonus bottle of One ‘n Only Argan oil to power up the dryer’s performance. Apply it before drying for protection, or put some on after to nourish, smooth and add spectacular shine.

The new Infiniti Pro by Conair™ 1875-Watt Salon-Performance AC Motor Styling Tool Model 294 is available nationwide at mass market and drug store retailers, as well as, for an average retail price of $39.99


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Conair Retractable Bristle Brush Giveaway

Mandatory entry: Check out Conair and tell me what your current favorite styling tool is and leave a comment on last years Conair Xtreme Instant Heat Multisized Hot Rollers Review.  These two things must be done for other entries to count. Winner will receive one Conair Infinity Retractable Bristle brush. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received.

Extra ways to win:

  • Like us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter @todayswomanco
  • Leave me a comment with your best styling tip.
  •  Follow Conair on Twitter
  • Like Conair on Facebook
  • Answer: Conair Curiosity: How long does it take to style your hair every day?
  • Tweet: RT @Todayswomanco  Go back to school in style. Check out from @Conair_Hair
  • Tweet:  RT @Todayswomanco Goodbye tangles. #Win a Conair Retractable Bristle Brush from @Conair_Hair (US)

Both may be tweeted  daily. This giveaway is open to US residents 18 years and over and ends on Sept 22nd at 8:00 pm EST. One person per household may enter.


Our Giveaway winner is Annie Freebie.

Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.


  1. Tip: becareful with how much product you are using. I see my daughter being impatient and switching to a second product after deciding that the first isn’t working right. When you mix them, the result is usally something quite different than what you want or what they intended to happen

  2. like Conair on FB
    betty dennis

  3. following Conair on twitter

  4. conair Curiousity – for me, only a couple minutes. for my daughter … 20 to 30 minutes!

  5. I like the 1.5 in hot air curling combo! great looking at their new products since i’m sorting out the holiday list
    commented on the thread

  6. I love the Conair instant heat brush- i have used a heated “curl Brush” for many years and even my sister told me it looked like mine was still from the 80’s lol…

  7. 5 minutes

  8. We love conair blow dryers!

  9. I like you on Facebook (i’m anne dall on fb). annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com

  10. French Twist is my favorite styling tool and left a comment on your review:)

    Christina Anne Reply:

    I follow you on Twitter (I’m wowtotweet). annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com

  11. It takes about 30 min to style my hair every day

  12. Like Conair on FB

  13. Always use a good conditioner and leave it in for several minutes before you wash it out is my fave styling tip

  14. I tweeted the second tweet-here is the link:

  15. I tweeted the first tweet-here is the link: (hargygirl)

  16. It doesn’t take me too long to style my hair each day, maybe 5 minutes or so because I have naturally wavy hair that I let air dry, but I do use my Conair hair dryer to dry my bangs and the top of my hair so they don’t appear flat and I love Conair curlers for when I want to do a little extra something for a night out.

  17. I love the look of the You Wave Ultra!!! Awesome design!

  18. I like Conair on Facebook.

  19. I follow Conair on Twitter (hargygirl)

  20. I have long hair so my best styling tip is to let as much of your hair dry naturally as possible. I will wash mine the night before, put it up in a ponytail holder (loose) and then take a scrunchy and start at the end of my ponytail roll it under, rolling the hair under that I put through the end of it until I have a big bun on my head. Your hair should be only damp when you do this. When I get up I have pretty curls. 🙂 Easy!

  21. I follow you on Twitter (hargygirl)

  22. I like you on Facebook (Annie Freebie)

  23. Conair Curiosity: Not too long, hair meet elastic pony tail holder- twist twist, wind wind. Done. It’s all back there in a messy curly bun.

  24. Like Conair on FB, Michelle Sharp

  25. Follow Conair_Hair on twitter @88MichelleS

  26. If you could see my hair you would NOT ask me for a styling tip! LOL But mine is use a good conditioner. It does not need to be expensive, but the thicker consistency ones seem to do a better job for me. I do splurge on a leave in conditioner from Redken because I really like it.

    Rose Reply:

    Hehe 🙂

  27. Follow you on Twitter @88MichelleS

  28. Like you on FB, Michelle Sharp

  29. My current favorite styling tool is Infiniti Pro by Conair™ Professional 1″ Tourmaline Ceramic™ Straightener. I also left a comment on your hot roller post.

  30. Tawnda M Like Conair on Facebook

  31. tawndam follows you on twitter

  32. Tawnda M likes you on fb

  33. I need to try the 1¼ in. Instant Heat Hot Sticks® Big Curl & Volume… When you don’t have full control over 1 arm, there’s may be something good in a curling iron brush!

  34. My best styling tip would be keep your hair healthy ad use products designed to protect your hair from the heat

  35. I’m a fan/like Todays Woman on FB as Constanza Oller de Moore

  36. My fav styling tool with out any doubt are rollers. Dying to try the extreme hot rollers from conair

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