The CONAIR Curl Secret Infiniti Pro doesn't come cheap. The one we tested, I bought at Bed, Bath & Beyond for $100.
It's worth every penny.
"Some people probably won't like to pay that much, but it gives you such a good curl, and it will last," said Marijane Alsup, stylist and client of Gould's Day Spa & Salon in Cordova. "It's better than a curling iron."
You might recognize Alsup. She's the woman whose hair we nearly destroyed when we tested the Air Curler, a miserable Don't Buy.
Different story with the expertly designed CONAIR Curl Secret Infiniti Pro. Just like in its advertising, it pulls the hair in, and the curl comes out -- either tight or loose depending on time and temperature settings.
Gould's stylist RJ Mrazik ran Alsup's locks through it on several trials: tight curls, loose curls, weaves, short applications, long applications.
Each time, Mrazik was pleased with the CONAIR Curl Secret Infiniti Pro's performance.
"I love it. I think it works," Mrazik said. "Actually, I think we would probably use it in the salon."