Just like a shampoo commercial

Have you ever wanted to experience your own shampoo commercial moment? You know, the one where you’re looking tanned and toned, swishing your gorgeous locks around underneath a beautiful waterfall. You can get that feeling with a deliciously fruity shampoo, close your eyes, take a deep sniff and trust me you can imagine that you’re in a tropical paradise. For KLORANE shampoo with mango butter, visit http://www.lifeandlooks.com/klorane-with-mango-butter.html. Now, I can’t promise that your shower will magically turn into a stunning waterfall but I can show you some of the most beautiful in the world, that one day, just maybe, you can wash your hair under!

Victoria Falls – located on the Zambia-Zimbabwe border, this waterfall is simply stunning. The water of the Zambezi River falls for 354 feet and it’s also very wide so the water sprays high which makes for an impressive sight and can be seen from kilometres away.

Angel Falls – this waterfall in Venezuela is the tallest in the world and the water drops for an amazing 3,212 feet. It sits in Canaima National Park which is a beautiful UNESCO protected park. This has to be seen to be believed and is nature at it’s most powerful and impressive.

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Niagara Falls – the most famous waterfall on Earth sits on the USA/Canada border is actually two sections, Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side and American Falls on the USA side, separated by an island. Horseshoe Falls is the bigger of the two with a drop of 173 feet.

Yosemite Falls – found in the Yosemite National Park in California, it is the highest waterfall in North America with a drop of 739 feet. The source of the water is melting snow so is dependent on the amount of snowfall and may cease when the source runs dry. This one sounds a bit too cold for the whole shampoo commercial thing though.

Nohkalikai Falls – this beauty is to be found in India and falls for 1100 feet which makes it pretty impressive considering the feeding stream is only 2 km long. The pool formed at the bottom of the fall is an unusual green colour.

Gullfoss – another chilly one, this waterfall is in Iceland and what it lacks in height, it more than makes up for in beauty. One drop is 68 feet and two others are 36 feet so it’s pretty small but because it sits on a crevice, it gives the impression that the River Hvita is disappearing into an abyss.

Iguazu Falls – bordering both Argentina and Brazil, this waterfall is another rather small affair but is incredibly stunning. There are 275 cascades forming a horseshoe shape that stretches for 8858 feet. It’s hot, it’s steamy and would be the perfect setting for that shampoo commercial!

Plitvice Falls – again, we’re singing the praises of the little guys and this waterfall has a small drop but is  impressive due to the number of cascades that the water has to flow over. There are hundreds of mini waterfalls and the colours of the water range from turquoise to clear as crystal. Simply spell-bounding!