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Studio Hopping: Best Boutique Fitness in Chicago


Hey Merbabes!  My (almost) daily workouts are one of the best parts of my day.  It's 45-60 minutes away from a screen, where I don't have to speak to people, and I can focus on one single thing, AKA heaven.  I love using Class Pass because I don't have to commit to one location + one workout, I have a solid rotation of places I hit up to get all my favorite workouts in!  I thought I would share those locations with you!

Disclaimer: there are definitely more places I work out but these are the ones I love the most! If you follow along @mermaidwaves you can check where I'm working out day by day on my story!


Studio Three

One of the prettiest places you can work out, Studio Three is three floors of fitness.  Interval, Spin + Yoga. You can usually catch me in the cycling studio or in the yoga studio.  I've taken just about every class they offer but I love a classic cycle 45 class (bonus points for a theme ride) + 3x3 which is a totally not intimidating full-body weight training class!  My favorite favorite class is a monthly 90 min dance workshop! Such great energy + so much fun, its created for all levels so you don't need any dance experience!

Hood: River North
Studio Three

Bare Feet Power Yoga

I first hit up this spot because they have a crazy $30 unlimited yoga pass for 30 days for new students.    I highly recommend it, I went almost everyday for the month + totally fell in love with the place.  I haven't taken a class I didn't love.  This is my go-to spot for the ultimate relaxing practice, such good vibes!

Hood: West Loop
Bare Feet Power Yoga

Chi50

You will probably die but in the best way.  Chi50 is a 50 minute megaformer class that kicks my butt every single time.   Imagine pilates after three cups of matcha.  You will shake + sweat + want to cry but your body will seriously thank you!  It's for sure one of the hardest (while still enjoyable) workouts I've ever done.

Hood: Wicker Park
Chi50

Zen Yoga Garage

Another destination I love for yoga is Zen Yoga Garage,  the space is beautiful + the front studio has glass garage doors that lets in all the sunlight!  I started taking their Buddha Burn class (which is a killer) but have been toning down my workouts lately (that's another post) so I've switched over to a more classic vinyasa flow class, which I am loving.

Hood: Wicker Park
Zen Yoga Garage

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The Best Brunch in Chicago: 10 Spots You Need to Hit


Hey Merbabes! Today, I am getting serious.  We are talking about my favorite thing on this planet.  Brunch.  The most popular question I get in my DMs is where should I brunch in Chicago.  I figured it was time to put together a master list of my all-time favorite destinations.


Below are 10 places I absolutely love + you can catch me at every weekend.


The Allis



My go-to, fave, weekly destination. You already know.  I’m all about cozying up with a cup of hot green tea + grabbing my favorite all day breakfast, (sans salmon).  I love coming here during the week for a chill spot to eat + “work” aka sip on tea with my laptop open.  If you’re heading out on a weekend, I recommend making a reservation!

Hood: West Loop


Maison Marcel



It’s probably a good thing this little spot is all the up in Lakeview otherwise I would never leave.  A cup of tea + a little avocado toast is the way to my heart.  The food is fab, but the decor is what will make you fall in love with this space.

Hood: Lakeview

Cafe Robey


This is one of my new favorite spots.  Their avocado toast is possibly my favorite ever, I add a poached egg for the yolk factor.  The tables are white marble + the lighting makes this spot perfect for Instagram.  I also really appreciate their mugs, they are clear glass so you can show off your pretty cup of tea.

Hood: Wicker Park

Bad Hunter


This is also one of my favorite not-brunch spots but if you go for brunch, get the Bad Hunter burger with an egg.  It makes the perfect veggie burger even more perfect.  Just watch the video.  That's all.

Hood: West Loop

Clever Rabbit



Clever Rabbit is a veggie-focused restaurant (fave) with a strong brunch game.  I have a habit of choosing one item on a menu + ordering it for the rest of my life...at Clever Rabbit its the Rabbit Breakfast.  I mean look at it, what else could you ask for?


Hood: Wicker Park

Little Goat



Little Goat has totally become a tourist destination but that will never separate me from my beloved Parathas Burrito.  I recommend going during the week, its perfect, quiet, cozy diner, grab a cup of tea, get your brunch, + always get fries.

Hood: West Loop
Gram: @littlegoatdiner

Cafe Marie Jeanne



This spot is a hidden gem, with some of the best brunch in the city.  My favorite part about it is the breakfast a la carte, it’s basically build-a-bear for brunch. I love getting scrambled eggs, toast, greens, + mushrooms! Drooling just thinking about it.

Hood: Humboldt Park

Grange Hall



This is another spot that I hit all times of the day but also has an incredible brunch menu.  I am crazy about their veggie burgers, I will go for one of those as early as 10am, but their brunch menu is not to be overlooked, they have large selection of killer vegetarian (+ not) brunch dishes.  Blueberry basil pancakes I’m looking at you.  

This is one of the only places I can think of that I ever vary my order, that’s how good it is.  

Hood: West Loop

The Winchester


I love this little spot.  That is basically all I want to say.  Good vibes, super good brunch.

Hood: UK Village

La Sirena Clandestina


This spot feels like summer.  Sip an iced tea, while you eat your way through the best (+ biggest) kale salad ever.  They currently have a lovely veggie omelet but I fell hard for a vegetarian rice + bean bowl, please bring it back.  

Hood: West Loop


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Mermaid Eats: The Allis


The Allis is my go-to day-time destination.  Whether it’s breakfast, brunch, or lunch I know I can grab my favorite meal, like ever, and relax with a cup of tea.

I always gravitate to the Allis Breakfast, I order mine with scrambled eggs, sourdough toast, and no salmon.  If I’m looking to spice things up I’ll order an avocado toast, their avocado to bread ratio is the best in the city and topped with a perfectly poached egg.


If you’re really feeling fancy, stop in for afternoon tea.  It’s no Sketch, but you will have a totally chic + instagram worthy time.  

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Mermaid Eats: Bad Hunter


I have been a vegetarian for five or six years now and the thought of eating an animal no longer has any appeal to me.  BUT, I always had serious envy when I saw someone eat a burger.  I love veggie burgers but never felt like I was eating an actual burger, it’s just not the same.
 That being said, I had been craving a burger for about five years when my savior Bad Hunter opened up.  Bad Hunter has some seriously amazing food but I always neglect all of it and go straight to the burg.  Their veggie burger is my favorite in the city, and straight up the best of all time.  Its topped with the most addictive aioli and comes with a side of perfectly crispy fries.  

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Snapshots from Self-care Sunday with Beauty Now


Hey Merbabes! Last weekend, I treated myself to the ultimate self-care Sunday.  I started my morning at Dreamdry in Lincoln Park for a blowout.  I love rocking my waves on the daily but for me, sleek, fresh locks are the ultimate confidence boost.  I booked my appointment through the Groupon app, simply click on "salon and spa booking" at the top of the app, then I searched through tops spots in the city and decided on Dreamdry for it's ultra chic design.  This seemed like the perfect spot to start my self-care Sunday.

Once I chose my destination, I booked my chair and paid online.  I had been anxiously waiting for my self-care treat day all week and woke up Sunday ready to start my day.  I threw on a black turtleneck + jeans, my winter uniform, then piled on accessories, including my new circle purse(!!!) to help me feel a little more glam.


I booked my appointment through the Groupon app, I was led directly to book when I chose salon + spa, and was able to select my treatment and salon of choice.  Since I am a GenZ who despises talking on the phone, this app is my new BFF.  I literally booked, confirmed, and paid all on my phone.  No need to talk to a real person ever again, JK but totally not.  

Once my hair was all shiny + smooth, I walked right out the door and on my way.  I don't know about you babes, but when I pay for something online I feel like I have gotten it for free.  I completely forgotten that I had paid for my blowout earlier in the week, which made me love my hair even more.  


Since I left the salon Sunday, I have been scrolling through the app looking for my next treatment.  I am in desperate need of some relaxation. This week has been WILD, I've been blaming it on the new moon.  Since I know I am not the only one who's had a seriously walked out week, I am giving you babes the opportunity to treat yourself!  If you're based in Chicago, download the Groupon app and select "Salon & Spa Booking" at the top to book an appointment.  

Use code WAVES10 for a $10 on any appointment you book! 


This was me when it started pouring immediately after getting a fresh blowout.  I was still feeling myself clearly.  

Plus, Groupon hooked it up with a chance to win Salon and Spa Services for ONE YEAR! Um please enter to win this rn, then take me with you.  

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This post has been sponsored by Groupon; all opinions are entirely my own

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Ultimate Guide to Lollapalooza + Bed Head Hotel Invite


Hey Merbabes! Festival weekend in Chicago is here and I am ready to party.  Lucky for you, I have made all the biggest festival mistakes (like wearing sandals post rain storm), and I am ready to pass along my knowledge to you.

I've partnered with Bed Head by TIGI to help you have the best Lollapalooza ever and to invite you to the hottest party of the weekend.  Keep reading for all the details.


1.  Nail Your Lolla Look

Obviously the main reason I go to any event is for the look.  Lollapalooza is practically the culmination of everything I hate the most; sweaty, drunk, people and standing in the direct sunlight. Not usually my vibe, but sprinkle in the element of endless outfit possibilities plus street style photographers and I'm in.  Obviously you will have to stay tuned for today's look, but you know I will be looking extra.

Your outfit is a vital part of the Lolla Look but so is your beauty look.  My largest struggle when it comes to festival beauty is finding the perfect balance, I always want to rock a crazy glitter-eye but I also know by hour three or four, that glitter-eye will become a glitter-mess all over my face.  This year I am planning on going for a simple and natural makeup look and let my killer waves do all the talking.

I am so excited to be doing my festival hair look using my new Bed Head products, Bed Head by TIGI is inspired by street trends and is specifically created for the weird + wonderful, wild child, and the thrill seeker, so basically all of my merbabes.  For today's look I am all about embracing my waves so I am prepping my hair with Queen Beach Salt Spray to enhance my waves.  Then I'll be adding a spritz of Get Twisted, to reduce frizz and finishing my wavy-baby look with Superstar Queen for a Day, mostly for the name but also to set and hold my waves all day and night long.  All these Bed Head by TIGI products can be purchased at Ulta on online at Ulta.com.

2. Pack the Perfect Bag

I really commend you if you are able to just throw on your wristband and head out the door.  I, on the other hand have a full bag packed with everything I could possibly need throughout the day.  I am planning on taking my favorite sparkly pizza purse and packing it as full as humanly possible.  Number one on my festival packing list is always GIANT sunglasses. Not only for sun protection, but with giant sunnies you can hide your face in the event you run into people from middle school, which I always seem to do.  In addition to sunglasses, I also recommend a chic plastic visor or another form on sun protection, like a dad hat.  Always pack water and a snack or three, staying hydrated is a major life key but even more major during a festival weekend.  Plus, food lines will be long and you will get hangry.

I also like to keep lipstick/lip balm, ID, bandaids, and depending on the size of my bag, a jacket for after sunset.

3.  Take Advantage of Every Event

I am so excited for Lolla weekend and I am only going to be at the actual festival one day.  Trust me, I am planning on taking advantage of all the craziness happening throughout the weekend and making it a four day experience despite my one day pass.  There are so many official after shows that are not to be missed, I am most excited about seeing Banks at her official after show.  If you really love an artist that is going to be at Lollapalooza, the best way to see them is at an after show in a smaller more intimate setting.

 Friday, I am going to be hanging at the Bed Head Hotel all day, listening to music, getting my hair done, and dancing it up with my bestie.  RSVP using this link to hang out with us! I am going Friday for Brandi Cyrus and Dani Thorne, but I expect you to send snaps from the event Saturday as well.


This post is brought to you by Bed Head by TIGI and Her Campus Media

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Turn Back Time: George the Salon Chicago



Hey Merbabes!  You may remember I raved about my facial at George the Salon back in March...I was lucky enough to be invited back to experience the new Time Lapse Facial.  I am all about pre-anti-aging as I like to call it.  As a 19 year-old I shouldn't have to worry much about preserving my skin's youth, but as the crazy skincare lover I am, I am trying to look 19 forever.

I was excited to be back at George the Salon and see Lindsey who shared so much knowledge and insight with me last time I saw her.  I swear the beginning of the change and healing of my acne came with my facial at George the Salon.  After that facial I completely changed my skincare routine to the one I am following now, and have seen insane results.  Its hard to believe that it has only been two months, considering how far my skin has come, it was an almost immediate change.



The Time Lapse Facial is unlike any facial I have received before, although it is extremely relaxing it is treatment based, meaning its directly targeting your skins specific concerns.  Although I am not in need of anti-aging in the sense of wrinkles, or age spots; my face has lots of acne scars that make me beyond self-conscious.  I was quite excited when Lindsey said that the Time Lapse Facial would be perfect for my current skin situation, and would help get rid of dark spots, along with ditching a layer of dead skin so my skin could breathe easier.



The treatment started out with dermaplaning, something I had yet to experience.  Dermaplaning uses a fine blade to remove layers of dead skin.  It sounds slightly terrifying and I will be honest, I was a bit concerned but it was such a non-issue.  I was almost embarrassed by my fears.  It is a very high form of exfoliation the perfect way to shed layers of dead skin leftover from the winter.  I had large buildup of skin so I was excited to shed that skin and allow my new skin to breathe.

After the dermaplane is complete we moved on to some extractions along with light therapy.  Extractions are no fun but are essential for purging any build up in your pores.  I had very little bacterial breakouts, yay, but had some dried excess oils stuck in my pores along with a few cystic breakouts.  The light therapy was probably my favorite part of the treatment because I got to relax while getting a shoulder and neck massage.  Light therapy triggers collagen production in the skin and also helps kill any breakout causing bacteria.

The next step in the Time Lapse facial is a chemical or enzyme peel.  Due to my extremely sensitive skin and love of working out, we went with the enzyme peel which is a gentler alternative than the chemical peel, yet still gives you the amazing toning and rejuvenating benefits.  The facial was coming to a close and finished out by pumping hydration back into the skin with serums and moisturizers.

The Time Lapse Facial at George the Salon is a must for anyone looking to achieve that flawless summer glow.  The complete treatment was two hours long, and was the best way to treat myself after a stressful month.  It is so important to take time to completely unplug and do something just for you.  I am so excited to begin to see all of the results in the coming days, as my skin is still in the process of adjusting to the high level exfoliation (just a little dryness nothing crazy).  This facial is recommended to be done in a series for best results, AKA #treatyourself then #treatself again.  Lindsey sent me home with a complete custom skincare regimen to follow, along with suggestions of her favorite products.

Get in to George the Salon now and start Summer off with your best face forward, hehe get it?

Images by Julie Kartes Photography and Emily Cummings

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I Love You So Matcha: Guide to the Best Matcha in Chicago



Matcha is an essential part of the Mermaid Waves diet, but not just for its amazing taste.  Matcha is packed with antioxidants, literally packed.  The antioxidants in one cup of matcha is the equivalent of drinking 10 cups of green tea, because when you drink matcha you are ingesting the actual tea leaf.  Matcha contains a specific kind of antioxidant called a catechin that contains potent cancer-fighting properties.  Your girl matcha is also known to reduce anxiety due to L-theanine that is found in the tea leaves, L-theanine is known to induce relaxation without any drowsiness.  I swear it works, whenever I am feeling overly anxious, if I can't go to Soulcycle, I drink a cup of matcha and immediately feel like I can breathe again.  Matcha also boosts energy levels due to its unique blend of nutrients, not so much the caffeine levels. Plus the L-theanine helps reduce any caffeine "crash" and the mood-lifting effects can last up to six hours post matcha enjoyment.


Matcha has been my drink of choice for a minute now but it wasn't always easy to find in Chicago, today I am feeling blessed that Chicago has finally boarded the matcha train.  Chicago may not have Cha Cha Matcha or Alfred's Tea, but we have a pretty solid lineup of destinations to get your matcha fix.  Trust me.  No matter what neighborhood of the city I am in I know where the nearest (and best) matcha is.  Whether you're in the mood for a refreshing iced matcha, a hot matcha latte, or something in between I've got your back bae.



Wicker Park: Fairgrounds is one of the newer destinations on this list, but just as valid as any other.  Fairgrounds Coffee and Tea has an impressive assortment of matcha drinks, my favorite is the on tap Matcha.  Its smooth, refreshing and has a super light flavor.  Its a great option if you can't handle straight-up matcha but aren't in the mood for a latte.


West Loop: The green tea latte from Sawada is my current obsession.  If I am sort of in the area of West Loop, which I am literally all the time, I have to make a stop at Sawada.  I have been sipping this tea for over a year now but just recently did I fall in love.  They must have upped their quality of matcha or changed the milk to matcha because all of the sudden it is the perfect drink.  I am not usually a huge soy milk person but I found this latte tastes best with soy!


Old Town Whole Foods: I love Real Good Juice, I love their smoothies, their cold pressed juices, but this matcha "latte" stole my heart.  Its a tad sweet yet still has the earthy goodness of your favorite matcha.  Its the perfect on-the-go matcha, I love to throw it in my purse in the morning and crack it open for a midday pick me up.


West Loop + Wicker Park: Urbanbelly may not be the place you expect to grab the perfect matcha but thats just because you don't know any better.  The mint matcha at Urbanbelly is the epitome of refreshing, its sweet, cool, and has a fresh mint flavor that will cure any summer-time struggles.  I often walk to Urbanbelly, because I live dangerously close, and love cooling down with a mint matcha while I eat my favorite rice + salad bowl.

Honorable Mentions:

Matcha Latte at Le Pain Quotidien 

Vanilla Matcha at Davids Tea 


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Treat Yourself: George the Salon



Hey Merbabes! In my last post I mentioned that I was heading off to the spa, now I am here to tell you all about it.  I went over to George the Salon for a little pampering, to be honest my brain has been so all over the place I couldn't even remember what my appointment was for.  Luckily the ladies at George the Salon in Gold Coast had their lives I little more put together than I did.  I was in for a facial, perfect.



I walked into the building located at Rush and Oak right next to Hermes store, I felt very high end.  The salon is located in a very chic, dimly lit building, I say that because I was wearing sunglasses (even though it was dark outside) and I had a very hard time finding my way to the elevator.  I couldn't compromise my look though, ya feel?  Once I stepped out of the elevator I was greeted with light, yay, and a gorgeous entry way.

V dim.
I walked up to the front desk and was immediately greeted by name and shown right where I was supposed to go.  That is a huge deal, I can not tell you the amount of time I have shown up somewhere and had to explain my entire life's story along with what a blog is before someone realized who I was and why I was there.  "Hi I'm Dani from Mermaid Waves, I am blogger,  I'm supposed to be here, yes let me pull up the emails."  For a socially fearful person like me going places as a "blogger" usually make my stomach churn so my experience at George the Salon was off to a flawless start.

I met Lindsey who was going to be doing my facial and we entered the spa area of the salon.  I love a good spa room, its like walking into an alternate, peaceful universe.  As I changed out of my clothes and looked at the bed where I would get my facial I prayed that it was heated and it was, #blessed.  I told Lindsey a little (a lot) about my skin's history, drama, drama, drama, you already know it all.  She said that she had struggled with cystic acne when she was younger, so I immediately trusted her.   Never trust people who have never dealt with acne, thats my skincare motto.  Lindsey said that her initial thought was I was over drying out my skin with different acne products / masks which instead of getting rid of my acne is causing my skin to over produce oils which just leads to more acne. AHHH.  Definitely sounds like something I would do, as I love working so hard that sometimes I work too hard.



Once my facial began I was totally transported to a place of calm and relaxation.  I got the Deep Cleansing facial in order to get my skin on track for more healing and less breakouts.  Lindsey gave me a citric acid treatment in hopes of breaking up some of the oils gathered underneath my skin.  It burned a bit but after almost 10 years of acne treatments, facials, and multiple allergic reactions, it was nothing out of the ordinary and I was able to stay totally relaxed.  Even during extractions I was able to focus on the warmth of the table and the fact that my skin was going to thank me later and stay totally chill.  Extractions are definitely not my favorite but so necessary.  I never pick or pop my pimples because its a skincare sin, so sometimes you need a professional to get in there and get the nasty out.  I mean a real professional, not your mom or your friend to touch your face with their greasy, nasty hands, that is literally so bad.  I wish I could tell you more about the experience during the facial but I was so zoned out, all I know is that it was fabulous.



Did I mention I have a fear of people touching my face? LOL I absolutely hate it.  It definitely stems from the fear of creating more pimples from other peoples oils, but the actual feeling of someone's hand skin on my face skin is revolting to me especially when I have makeup on.  Get away from my face.  This facial was so relaxing and amazing that I didn't cringe once.  After the facial we chatted a little bit about my next steps and what I should and shouldn't be doing for my skin.  I learned that I was over exfoliating, even though deep down I knew that but just didn't want to admit it.  Lindsey also suggested that I keep my skincare routine as basic as possible to prevent from over-drying as I was doing before.  That will be extremely difficult for me as I love being as high maintenance as possible and having a 25 step routine every night but it is definitely something I will try out.  If it means clear skin, I will ditch 23 out of my 25 steps.

If you are looking for the perfect escape to treat yourself and get ready for spring I highly recommend booking yourself a facial at George the Salon.  You will leave there glowing from inside out, that sounded way cheesier than planned, but for real you will.

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Chicago Shopping Party with Mermaid Waves



Hey Mer-babes!! Christmas is quickly approaching and I am sure you have already checked off everyone on your list, but have you treated yourself?  You all know that I am all about "treating myself" so I am helping you do the same.

Come shop with me at EMMA in Wicker Park Wednesday December 21, from 5 to 8 PM.  EMMA has been one of my favorite stores since I moved to the city so I am so so excited to be partnering with them for this event.  They have the perfect holiday gifts, cozy sweats for opening presents on Christmas morning, and the cutest clothes to get you through the rest of party season! I will be there hanging out, drinking MATCHA (there will be matcha for all!), and shopping.  I can help you style a look, or pick out the perfect gift for your BFF.   The event is two days after my birthday so I will still be on celebration mode and it would be the most amazing birthday gift to see your lovely faces at EMMA!

This look if course created with pieces from EMMA and accessorized with pieces I had in my own closet.  I am loving this oversized lace up sweater dress, it is the perfect winter white and seriously so warm.  I paired this sweater dress with an oversized cardigan.  Stars are everywhere right now which makes me super happy as stars are my favorite shape.  I love the combination of the sweater dress with the long cardigan, it is a super easy combination to pull off and will keep you nice and cozy this winter.  EMMA has the cutest winter accessories like knit socks, hats, gloves, and slippers; so I added this fur hat and knit boots to keep the winter bohemian theme going!

See you this Wednesday from 5 to 8 at EMMA in Wicker Park!!














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