Slice of Life | Bikini Season Every Season

January 26th, 2015 | By | No Comments

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Around this time of year, we often hear the phrase, “Get in shape for bikini season!” thrown around expensive gym memberships, crazy juice cleanses, or supposedly magical diet pills. But really, what is bikini season!? Why do we only feel the need to be fit and healthy for a time when more of our skin is generally exposed? Instead of waiting until February to start working out, let’s all aim to keep a solid regimen throughout the entire year, so there is no mid-winter panic!

And, if you are working toward a goal, don’t be afraid to get that new bikini now, and use it as motivation to keep staying healthy… Shop resort swim on SWELL
Pictured: L*Space Bikini

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DIY | Beach Rehab Hair Mask

January 23rd, 2015 | By | No Comments

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Salty hair don’t care…until the sun and salt start to dry out your strands that is. After a long day in the sun, treat your thirsty beach waves with a hydrating mask… (more…)

#SWELLivin

January 22nd, 2015 | By | No Comments

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In the world of booty, butt, and derriér improvement obsessions, there are two go-to moves that will, in fact help out the cause. They are nothing new or groundbreaking and you don’t need to purchase some Brazilian butt lift DVD. They are total pain in the butts (pun intended), and are usually people’s least favorite types of exercises, because they are so hard.

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Surf Cinema: Wet Dreams A Super 8 Film Featuring Style Master Tyler Warren by Tatsuo Takei

January 21st, 2015 | By | No Comments

Wet Dream is the new and highly anticipated surf film about Tyler Warren and his travels in search of good waves. It’s shot entirely on Super 8 film by Japanese photographer and filmmaker Tatsuo Takei.

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Locations: California, Hawaii, Mexico and Central America (more…)