No doubt you've seen the ads for, or checked out in store the new Infiniti Pro by Conair Curl Secret.
I've had great luck with the Conair Infiniti line. I use my Pro Air Spin Brush almost every time I wash my hair and my favorite curling iron is a 1 1/4 inch Infiniti Pro.
The Curl Secret and I didn't get along as well. I think it's one neat idea though and while it wasn't quite for me, that doesn't mean it may not be for you.
I have very, very thick hair and need heat and time to curl it. The Curl Secret has a timer and the longest setting is 12 seconds. Great for not burning your hair, but in my case it just wasn't long enough to get a good curl. I got more like a wave. If I went over it twice I got a better curl, but that's just too much work.
On thinner hair I think it should work far better. Those timer settings and auto shutoff are good features overall .
There was no tangling which I worried about and I think anyone who looked at it did. If you follow the directions, keeping the correct chamber side Conair tells you to ( it has an arrow) facing your hair at all times , it works . No pulling. When hair did get a little messed up in the curler, it just spit it out or adjusted so it didn't tangle.
To get started just turn it on and wait for the warm up beep. Then it's ready. Use small 1 inch sections of hair , feed it in and close the chamber. 12 secs later it stops and that's it. Onto the next section.
Infiniti Pro by Conair Curl Secret is $99 and available wherever Conair is sold.