The Mmm Margarita (Mango Mint)


These mint mango margaritas were the best margaritas I have ever had. The texture was perfection and the flavors are perfectly balanced. This recipe is super simple and takes no time at all! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. These will definitely be a staple this summer!
If you make these, be sure to tag me. I love to see your photos!



INGREDIENTS
1 1/2 mangos
9 oz tequila
2 oz mint simple syrup
3 cups ice

Mint Simple Syrup
1 cup water. 1 cup sugar. 1 cup mint. Cook on high until sugar is dissolved. Let cool and strain mint leafs.

DIRECTIONS
1. Combine all ingredients in a high powered blender and blend on high until consistency is smooth.
2. Pour in a salt rimmed glass (I used Trader Joes Chili Lime Salt). Top with garnish.



5 Tips To Make A Blowout Last


I used to just wash my hair once a week. Maybe, if I was lucky, I'd go 8 or 9 days. Crazy right?! 
Although, ever since I started going to Orange Theory 4-6 days a week, that has changed. I get so sweaty at those workouts, some days I am literally dripping sweat. My head gets soaked, and disgusting. For months I have had to wash my hair about every 3 days because it gets so gross from all the sweat. I've been trying to figure out how to prolong my blowout by using different pony tails, sweat bands, etc. And I think I've finally figured out what works best for me. 
I have naturally really curly hair, so I use a curling wand to re-define my curls so my hair isn't as crazy, so it takes some time to wash, dry, and style. I definitely do not want to do that more than twice a week due to time, and frying my hair. 



  1. Use a hair tie that will not crease your hair. I like these and these.
  2. Put your hair in a high, loose pony tail. If your hair is slicked back too tight it will cause your head to sweat more. This method lets your hair breath a little.
  3. As soon as you finish working out take your hair out of the ponytail and immediately brush through it. Do not let your hair dry in your wet ponytail.
  4. Next, grab a hair dryer, and lightly blow cool air on your wet hair until it starts to dry.
  5. Use more dry shampoo if needed, then style it as you normally would!







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