I am very excited to announce that I’m working on a brand new website. The all new christiewalkerhair.com will be up and running soon. In the meantime make sure to find me on Instagram at @christiewalkerhair.
I am hosting an open house party next Thursday and I hope you can make it. I’ll be serving drinks and desserts and there will be a raffle for a gift basket with all of my favorite products and a free hair service by myself. You can check out my facebook page to RSVP.
Here is a quick list of my all time favorite hot styling tools, I use just about everyday.
First, the Elchim hair dryer. I have the glossy black one and LOVE it. Hands down the best dryer I have ever used.
Next, the Croc flatiron. So smooth, doesn’t pull the hair, ceramic, gets hot fast, you can control the tempature, and I love that it automadiclly shuts off after about 30mins of non-use.
Finally, the Sultra curling wand. Gets up to 360 degrees, no clips, or lines in the hair after using and ceramic. So easy to use! I let my hair air dry, then grab this and curl random pieces small and large, takes 5mins and I’m done. Perfect wavy, beach hair.
I have found these items on Amazon, Overstock, and other beauty discount sites. My best luck has been on Amazon. Just be carful of FAKES!!!
A couple of weeks ago I posted about my nail polish obsession. Well, I got a new color for spring/summer. It’s Orange Fizz from Chanel. I feel it looks more coral than a true orange. Though it’s not my usual dark color, I gave it a try. It did take me a couple of days to get used to, but I really like it. It’s super fun and I will wear it this summer for sure.
I LOVE doing color. It is my favorite thing to do at work. I wanted to learn to balayage and got some help from a another stylist. I love learning new things.
Don’t know what balayage is?
Balayage is a hair coloring technique which is designed to create very natural-looking highlights and colors.
When doing Balayage, no foils are used. Instead of foils, the hair color and/or highlight colors are skillfully placed onto the chosen hair strands.
The primary resulting difference with Balayage is the very natural looking results and the little to no regrowth line that appears as the Balayage coloring grows out.
Here are a few pictures I took while doing balayage.