My tails

When you book me, you get to choose which tail I use. Currently, I have four tails for professional use: Holy Song, Rising Phoenix, Moon’s Tear, and Queen Antonia.

Holy Song

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Holy Song is a hybrid silicone mermaid tail with tremendous power. With this tail, I reach depths of 10 meters within 2 seconds.

This pearlescent tail consists of silicone and thousands of individual scales. The scales and the fluke are highly iridiscent. When light shines on this tail, it illuminates brightly. Mouths will fall open. This amazing tail leaves an impression that lasts a lifetime.

I named this tail Holy Song because it makes me feel like an angel mermaid.

Holy Song is suitable for aquatic moon and aquatic hoop performances.

Rising Phoenix

Mermaid performance

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Rising Phoenix will turn all heads in the water.

This powerful tail sports the colors red, orange, yellow, and gold. These colors stand out amazingly under water, and it’s an eyecatcher on land as well, thanks to the more than ten thousand shimmering sequins on this tail.

I made this tail entirely by myself. I named it Rising Phoenix after the fiery colors and strength of a phoenix.

Rising Phoenix is suitable for aerial moon, aerial hoop, aquatic moon, and aquatic hoop performances.

Moon’s Tear

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Moon’s Tear is a high quality and highly detailed fabric tail. It features a gradient of dark blue, light blue, lavender and minty green. All scales are tipped with silver.

This tail has the same beautiful, elegant and unique fin shape as Holy Song, but the tail has more of a siren vibe.

I named this tail Moon’s Tear, after a moonstone that shines in beautiful blue, silver, lavender and mint.

Moon’s Tear is suitable for aerial moon, aerial hoop, aquatic moon, and aquatic hoop performances.

Queen Antonia

Under water show

Queen Antonia is a high quality and highly detailed fabric tail. It is easy to transport and move around in.

This mermaid tail gives off a more siren vibe. The fluke has a very elegant yet realistic shape.

I named this tail Queen Antonia after the Anthony Quinn bay in Rhodes, Greece. That bay had the most beautiful, bluest water I had ever seen. The blue in this tail reminded me of it, so I deemed it a fitting name.

Queen Antonia is suitable for aerial moon, aerial hoop, aquatic moon, and aquatic hoop performances.