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InfinitiPRO by Conair Rose Gold Titanium Curling Iron Review

Infinitipro brings affordability and effectiveness together with its traditional spring iron


Model name/number: CD250N
Price: $31
Shape: traditional spring iron
Available sizes: 1”, 1.25”, 1.5”
Best for: normal to thick strands, shoulder length and longer hair
What we like: fast and powerful for thick hair
What we dont like: bulky, no dual voltage or ionic technology
How it stands out: very affordable curling iron that does an outstanding job on unruly strands
Rating: 4.4/5.0

We really appreciate a hair tool when it’s very affordable, yet brings fast and effective results. Ininitipro’s rose gold curling iron has the capacity to tame the unruliest strands with an impressive speed. First of all, its titanium material heats up very quickly and recovers its temperature as soon as possible after every pass. It also heats up more than its ceramic alternatives. It has a heaping number of 30 variable heat settings, maximum being 400 °F. This temperature is more than enough to curl thick strands. It’s minimum temperature of 285 °F though, is on the limit of being too hot for the very fragile strands. This is a traditional spring iron and the curls that it creates are very defined and uniform. It comes with three different barrel widths of 1”, 1.25” and 1.5”. The decision amongst these will be about your hair length and the style that you want to achieve. Considering its impressive strength, this tool is seriously cheap. It may not have the highest quality material, but it comes with a 5-year warranty which is much longer than usual. It’s important to note that it has a quite short cable of 5 ft and it doesn’t come with dual voltage. Thinking that it’s also a bulky tool, we can’t say that it’s very travel friendly.

If you’re seeking the best curling iron for thick hair, rest assured, the InfinitiPRO by Conair Rose Gold Titanium Curling Iron has you covered.

Below we share our experiences with “Infinitipro Rose Gold Titanium Curling Iron”.

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Infinitipro, with this tool, chooses traditional curling iron as its shape. This basically means that it comes with a holding clamp to keep all parts of the hair attached to its barrel. This is the most commonly found shape in the market and it’s known for creating defined curls. It does that with providing even heat distribution for the whole hair from base to tip. The results are perfect looking and uniform than how the wand shaped curling irons. The holding clamp also makes things easier for beginners as one hand remains free to handle the tool instead of holding the hair close to the barrel. It also prevents heat damage to hands as they don’t come very close to the tool. The curls are spiral shaped with the clamp, and if you’re looking for more s-shaped locks and casual looking results, this shape may not be the best option for you. In this case, a tapered wand may be just what you need, providing a much more undone look. Infinitipro Rose Gold Curling Wand offers almost exactly the same qualities as our tool, with a clampless tapered wand shape instead, for loose beach waves and with great volume.


Infinitipro Rose gold Titanium Curling Iron offers three different barrel widths; 1”, 1.25” and 1.5”. These numbers all have different qualities, appealing to different hair length and styles.

The 1” one is the default number which you find in all brands. This is a very versatile size for many reasons. First of all, it can achieve a variety of different sized locks, from tight lock to looser beach waves. It also appeals to almost all hair lengths. So, if you’re confused as to which size to choose, this one is probably the safest option for you. If you have shorter than shoulder length hair, this size is definitely the most convenient option here.

The 1.25” is still one of the most versatile options, and we recommend this one for shoulder length and longer strands. It also can create looser waves than the 1” option.

The 1.5” one is a quite large size and is specifically designed for longer strands. With this barrel, you can cover all of your hair at one go and finish your session much faster. This size also appeals to thick strands as it can heat up more with its large surface. The lock that it creates are very large and voluminous for mid back and longer strands, but it wouldn’t really work for short hair.

If you have bob length and shorter hair, you may want to consider an even slimmer barrel. There are many in the market that offer curling irons for specifically shorter strands, and Conair Instant Heat Curling Iron offers a 0.5” barrel for the shortest hair types.

The length of this tool’s barrel is 5”, which is a bit less than the average number of 5.4”. This size is quite convenient and appeals to all types and lengths of hair.

Heat and Variable Settings

When it comes to heat, Infinitipro Rose Gold Titanium Curling Iron offers a satisfying number of 30 variable settings, making it easy to choose the perfect temperature for your needs.ç. The minimum temperature starts from 285 °F, which is just low enough to work for fine strands. We recommend you to think twice if your hair is extraordinarily thin and damaged, as it may not be gentle enough, combine with the titanium barrel. In this case a tool like Bioionic Goldpro Curling Iron with 170 °F minimum temperature maybe a much more appropriate option. The maximum heat of 400 °F, is very effective on the unruly strands that need to be tamed. If you have thick hair, you don’t need to hesitate before choosing this tool.

Material and Performance

Titanium material is known for its speed and effectiveness and Infinitipro Gold Rose Curling Iron doesn’t disappoint in the department. This tool is seriously fast, one of the fastest on our list and it can tame the unruliest, thanks to its material. This barrel definitely heats up more than its ceramic alternatives and recovers its heat very quickly. That said, it may not be the most beginner friendly option as it doesn’t leave much room for mistakes and much more prone to cause heat damage. If you have fine hair, ceramic is a much gentler and safer material for you and Infinitipro Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron is the perfect equivalent of this tool for fine strands.

When it comes to performance, we have to say, we’re impressed by this tool. It not only is one of the fastest curling irons that we’ve come across, it also creates the sleekest results with this kind of price. It’s seriously affordable with only $31. We have to say that this is a budget tool and it would be unfair to expect luxury level material quality from it and you certainly can find better options in this department. GHD Curve Classic Curl, for example, is one of the best quality materials you can find in curling irons, with a luxury price of $205.


As a budget tool, the features that Infinitipro offers is quite limited. Ionic technology is one feature that we really cherish in a curling iron, especially if you have frizz hair, and we miss it in this tool.

A very useful feature that it offers is auto shut-off technology, to put minds at ease and make this tool as fire safe as possible.

Dual voltage is a feature that most curling irons offer and is absent in this tool. So if you want to travel with your curling iron, you may want to consider another option that offers it, which is most tools on our list.

This tool doesn’t offer digital display and temperature settings, but it comes with light indicators to let you know when the desired temperature is reached. It’s important to note that the heat settings are too easy to touch and get changed accidentally which requires extra attention.


Infinitirpo Rose Gold Titanium Curling Iron is a quite bulky tool with 9.4oz, considering the fact that these tools weigh around 8oz in average. This is an important issue to consider if you struggle to hold your arm up for longer periods of time. It also makes this tool less travel-friendly. As we see that it also doesn’t have dual voltage, this tool definitely is not the best option for travellers. There are much more travel-friendly options in the market such as Babyliss Nano Titanium Compact Curling Wand with its very lightweight design and short barrel.

Its handle is 0.93” which is slim compared to most curling irons in the market. This is great if you have very small hands.

It comes with a big cool touch finger grip that makes sure that you can handle your tool easily.

It has a very short cord which is 5 ft. This is a problem if your mirror is far from your plug. It also doesn’t offer Velcro tape but the cord is swivel and easy to manoeuvre.

Price & Warranty

When it comes to price, this tool is seriously on the budget side. If you don’t have much to spend on your curling iron yet still want to be able to tame your unruly strands, this tool is a no-brainer for you. Its price vs performance is very high. We can’t really say the same thing about its material quality as it definitely is not the most durable in the market, it offers a 5-year warranty that compensates for it.


When it comes to coming up with a good alternative for a curling iron, first we need to look at which needs this tool is failing to satisfy. First of all, it may not be the best option for fine strands with its titanium barrel and 285 °F minimum heat setting. If this is your case, Conair Double Ceramic Curling Iron does an outstanding job with its ceramic barrel and 245 °F minimum temperature. It also is cheaper than Infinitipro.

And Infiniti also offers a much gentler option: the InfinitiPRO by Conair Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron. It features a tourmaline-infused ceramic barrel, which reduces damage, eliminates frizz. It is a great alternative for chemically treated or damaged hair.

Sources: InfinitiPRO by Conair Rose Gold Titanium Curling Iron

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