Fashion Tip Friday- Adventure Wear
12-Time Olympic Medalist & O’Neill 365 Ambassador Natalie Coughlin
Swimming, hiking, and a beautiful beach side run await you. What to wear? O’Neill 365 Hybrid Collection provides the sun protection of sunscreen,* the comfort of a swim suit and the technology of a quick drying garment all in one outfit. Skip the bulk and let nature take you on your next adventure.
What’s your #oneillAdventure? Mother nature awaits.
Enter the #oneillAdventure Sweepstakes and get the chance to win an adventure prize pack.
- Follow O’Neill Girls on Facebook and Intsagram @oneillgirls
- Upload your adventure photo on your Instagram and tag @oneillgirls and hashtag #oneillgirls AND #oneillAdventure
- We will post our favorite submissions on Saturdays and will announce one monthly grand prize winner that will win an O’Neill Adventure prize pack.
- Remember that we can’t see your photo if your profile is set to private.
*The O’Neill 365 Hybrid Collection contains UV 50 sun protection that will provide continuous sun protection without washing off. We advise to wear sunscreen on parts of the body that are directly exposed to the sun.
Kiana wins 1st at the HASA State Championships!
Congratulations to O’Neill Girls team rider Kiana Fores on winning 1st place at the HASA State Championships on Oahu for the 3rd year in a row for the 18 and under short board division! We are so proud of you K!
What to Wear on Stage with Hayley Sales!
What do you wear when your on stage rocking out in front of thousands of people? Well, in our world, we’d say that dresses are ALWAYS appropriate. O’Neill Girls muse and Singer/Songwriter Hayley Sales seems to agree!
Don’t miss seeing Hayley Sales live this Friday, May 3rd at the Room 5 Lounge in Los Angeles!
Tickets available now! Buy them HERE.
DIY With Hayley Sales!
With a musically talented father and a professionally trained dancing mother, O’Neill Girls muse and singer/songwriter Hayley Sales was born to perform.
Check out her easy art DIY!
Here’s what you need:
- Scissors and/or a X Acto Knife*
- Glue Stick
Here’s what you do:
- Find a shape you would like to use. Print it and cut it out.
- Trace the shape onto the cardboard with the marker.
- Tear out a few magazine pages and cut the pages into strips.
- Glue the magazine stripes inside the shape of the cardboard.
- Once finished, carefully cut out the shape with the X Acto knife OR scissors
- Poof! You’re done! It’s makes a great wall decoration by itself or in a picture frame!
Check out why we love Hayley! Her album is currently available to download on iTunes!
Around the LA area May 3rd? See her live! Buy tickets HERE.
*please use caution when using an X Acto knife
Manicure Monday-Hayley’s Harmony
O’Neill Girl’s muse and singer/songwriter music ambassador, Hayley Sales, stopped by the office last week to give you a step-by-step on her favorite mani of the moment. We loved it so much we named it after her! Check out the “Hayley’s Harmony” manicure and get to singing!
Have any manicure ideas? Let us know! Post on our Facebook wall or tag us on Instagram!
Hayley Sales – Live in LA!
Kiana Fores-Advocate for a Clean Earth
Kiana Fores is a 18 year-old Hawaiian surf-pro, volunteer and earth activist. Check out her tips on how to keep our planet clean and healthy.
Earth Day should never be one day of the year. We should always be friendly to the earth since we heavily rely on it to take care of us and supply us with the resources we need to live.
Be mindful – reduce, reuse and recycle.
There are so many simple things you can do to contribute to our world, like picking up trash and reusing plastic bags instead of throwing them away. Here in Kauai plastic bags are illegal and we only use paper bags.
Another way to contribute is to not waste water! Brushing your teeth turn off the water and only use it to rinse. Take faster showers! And much more you can do to contribute! When you throw away trash think of the landfill.
Our earth needs some loving, we need to work together to make our earth a happy place.
I love my home and this earth. SO should you!
Have any questions or comments for Kiana? Let us know!
Manicure Monday – Earthly Love
Roses are red, violets are blue…. let’s keep mother earth healthy so our kids can see it’s beauty too! Let’s celebrate Earth Day together by showing the love with today’s “Earthly Love” manicure.
Happy Earth Day from all of us at O’Neill Girls!
Have any manicure ideas? Show us!
Leave us a comment here or upload a picture to our O’Neill Girls Facebook page
*Bracelets by Rope the Moon
Happy Birthday Bree!
Beautycism… when beauty and athleticism co-exist in the same person. In our world, her name is Bree Kleintop.
From all of us at O’Neill, we would like wish this beautiful and amazing woman a very happy birthday! Nineteen will be huge.. we can feel it!
Bree welcomed 19 this Sunday, April 14th.
Connect with Bree and wish her a happy birthday. Join her on Facebook.
Want to know more about Bree?
Birthday: April 14, 1994
Resides: San Clemente, California
Hobbies outside surfing: Snowboarding, paddle boarding, music, reading, cooking/baking, eating what she cooks/bakes, then going to yoga to burn it all off, goofing off with friends and laughing until it hurts!
Bree grew up on the east coast in the surf town of Virginia Beach and started surfing on a longboard when she was 6. Her father was a competitive surfer and going surfing with him behind their house was always her favorite time of the day. He inspired her fluid style and taught her that the ocean was like her church, a place to be one with nature and escape life’s stresses.
Bree’s father has worked in the surf industry for over 20 years and introduced her to Layne Beachley, who was actually the first one to teach her how to surf on a shortboard when she was 10. From that point on she was hooked! Layne gave Bree a St Christophers necklace and told her to wear it as good luck charm and to keep pushing her surfing. After that she would hop on her bike and ride down the boardwalk to the jetty to surf everyday until dark. She then started entering contests competing in the ESA, NSSA and Surfing America Prime and doing well. Bree still wears the necklace to this day, and it has brought her amazing experiences whether it be surfing a perfect wave on the other side of the world or a photoshoot in some tropical paradise.
Bree says she feels blessed to have the opportunity to be able to travel the world and meet other surfers from all over who have become some of her closest friends. She has spent her winters on the North Shore of Oahu since she was 12, where she shot for her first cover of WSSM surf mag when she was only 13. She has also been featured in Surfer Mag, Waves, ESM, WSSM and Surfing Life. Bree was then given the chance to live in New Zealand for half the year training and competing when she was 15. She now calls San Clemente her home and continues to return back to the east coast as often as possible, especially for the swells brought to the Outer Banks during hurricane season.
During her down times she practices yoga, and you can always find her outdoors doing something fun whether it be paddle boarding, hiking or playing a game of basketball with the boys. She is an avid reader, has a passion for good music, loves to grow things in her garden and cook dinners for friends. She always has a smile on her face and some funny thing to say to make you laugh and is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside. She plans to start doing the pro junior series and continue to travel and work towards competing on the WQS.
Follow Bree on Tumblr! BreeKleintop.tumblr.com