I’ve always loved LUSH! From the products’ deliciously fragrant aromas to their magical workings, it’s the prefect home-spa brand.
Recently, I was really excited to find out that they created ocean inspired beauty items for all those city merbaes out there that need a little TLC.
Gives your locks an instant boost of nutritional goodies and beachy- tousled waves. A must have for all those mermaids with flatter or stiffer manes, since it adds a nice bouncy feel to the hair.
Ocean Salt Cleanser
Not only does the colour remind you of a foamy, frothy ocean wave it also gives your skin a supple, softer glow. The minerals will scrub away any dead skin cells and enchant you with it’s refreshing coconut scent.
Shimmy Shimmy is a massage body butter that smells like vanilla cupcakes. The glitter and shimmer applies evenly on the skin and provides a beautiful glow. You can even put some in your hair!
Edmonton mermaids are in extinction! Thanks to this silly new law.
Apparently they are deemed to be “hazardous” in public pools or for the individual swimming in the tails..
Which makes me go..
But in all honesty, someone who has NO experience swimming in a tail should take baby steps when diving into the deep end or into dangerous waters.
( it’s common sense!)
The same applies to pretty much any task, or activity or hobby.
When you’re beginning to learn snowboarding or skating you don’t just go to the highest mountain without prior training or knowledge on how to handle that said mountain or obstacle.
When you’re new at guitar, you don’t just book shows right away, you wait until you find yourself at a comfortable level, enough to get in front of hundreds of strangers and perform.
Maybe the problem then, is related to the mermaid tail makers, who have gained quite a spike in popularity thanks to popular TV shows like H20 or Youtube mermaids ( cause really mermaid tails have been around for much longer, think of the performers you’ve seen at big casinos or high end bars.) But how on earth would you moderate who gets a tail and who doesn’t?
Luckily Marielle Chartier Henault, founder of AquaMermaid Academy in Montreal, has a positive view on this matter; “It makes people happy. You can’t be mad or sad when you see a mermaid.” The schools plan to spread across Canada this very year starting with Toronto and following with Ottawa.
What are your thoughts on this new ban merbaes?