July 09, 2018

Pro surfers and skimboarders, wanderlust-filled jet-setters, uber-talented photographers, and moms doing the most… it’s Vol. 5 of “5 Badass Instagram Babes!”

 

1. Amber Torrealba | @ambertorrealba

 

If you haven’t seen our previous writeups on her, meet world champion skimboarder, Amber Torrealba. Aside from her exploits on the waves, Amber is a video artist and editor and an incredible Blenders representative. She’s blown up so much she was even recently featured in a Red Bull interview.

Oh, and for those wondering, skimboarding is a lot like surfboarding but it begins on the beach with athletes “skimming” out to meet the breaking waves. See Amber in action below!

 

2. Harmony Beau | @harmonize_beauty

 

You don’t have to be a professional athlete or extreme sports aficionado to be a badass babe. Harmony here is a mother, traveler, influencer, and makeup artist that digs hanging with friends, going boating, and enjoying a general zest for life. She also rocks Blenders on the reg, making her pretty damn cool in our book.

 

 

3. Grace Erickson | @graceannerickson

 

Grace can’t be held back. She never seems to slow down—whether it’s Costa Rica, Colorado, Colombia, Saint Lucia, or Black Rock City/Burning Man, she’s always on the move with @moliverallen. Grace spends her time living in forward motion about as much as humanly possible, swimming, skydiving, and biking across continents. What a badass. 

 

 

4. Chelsea Mealo | @chelseamealo

 

Whoa. Philly-based Chelsea Mealo is talented, you guys. A photographer and model, she does some insanely dope work shooting people and places. It’s ultra-crisp stuff… plus, she happens to be a Blenders Eyewear content creator, so we’re pretty partial to her! Be sure to check out her website!

 

 

5. Laura Enever | @lauraenever

 

Twenty-six-year-old, Sydney-born Australian professional surfer, Laura Enever, caps off this month’s “Badass Babes” volume… and rightfully so. After winning the ASP Women's World Junior Championship in 2009, she made her pro debut in 2011 and hasn’t looked back. Since March 2015, Laura has toured at the highest level of pro surfing with the World Surf League, and placed 4th in 2016’s Pe’ahi Women’s Challenge. We can’t wait to see what she accomplishes next!