LoveSurf Girl: Christina Tami

Bio: About two months after birth, I had my feet in the sand by the ocean.  The beach has been a part of my life since that very moment, and always has been.  Growing up on the coast of Peru and having the ocean as my backyard made my life very connected with nature. As a child I enjoyed body-boarding, running, playing, and doing everything I could possibly do on the beach.  I participated in many sports at school, but it wasn’t till my teens that surfing took over my world. I had a great connection with the ocean and I could express myself and show my true athletic skills.  I picked it up within a year, and my determination got me into the Peruvian nationals. Two years later I was on tour on ALAS, the Latin American tour, representing my country. My parents, my school, and Rip Curl were my main sponsors at the time and they were extremely supportive. I competed for 5 years and then I had to leave the tour because I got a scholarship to go to school in Boca Raton, Florida. I created a surf club at my university and also became part of the fashion management association.  I figured skateboarding was …

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Surf Hair Care: Keep those Beachy Strands Healthy

We know the ocean makes the most beautiful natural beachy waves, but when you’re at the beach a lot, like most LoveSurf girls, you’re hair can definitely get damaged. The sun and salt can really do a number on your strands. Here’s a few tips to keep your hair healthy and split end-free at the beach: Pre-Sun Care Use a high SPF sunscreen on your scalp and strands to protect you from getting burnt.  Put coconut oil on the ends before you go in the water, this will protect them from splitting   Wet your hair before getting in the water to keep you hair from absorbing salt water Post-Sun Care If you can, rinse with fresh water as soon as you get out of the ocean. As soon as you get out of the water spray with some type of nourishing treatment (Leave-in conditioner will work fine) Rinse with a cleansing shampoo, or because we prefer using natural products whenever we can, rinse your hair with Apple cider Vinegar after shampooing. Put coconut oil on the ends (not to much or your hair will go greasy) And don’t forget to use a deep conditioning treatment or hair mask once a week. Products …

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Today we are thankful for: SURFING

Today we are thankful for surfing. There is nothing that could blend together such diverse feelings- moments of accomplishment, astonishment, and complete awe, like our ocean does. We are forever thankful for the freedom and adventure surfing brings us. x lovesurf Today we are thankful for: SURFING was originally published on LOVESURF BLOG Share this page with a friend:

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