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When you're Mexican, you know that all the relajo happens near the food. Relajo is a word that has been present in my life since day 1 because I have a very loud Mexican family that likes to celebrate everything. At this pijamada we're going to have the snacks be little more healthy than the ones you had as a child, but they're still very fun to eat. Instead of opting for a huge bowl of chips, I went for 100 calorie guilt-free popcorn that has the same buttery taste as the kind that you get in the movie theaters. And just in case you have a sweet tooth during Los Premios Juventud, I got healthy cinnamon covered apples and the extremely adorable bite-sized Kit Kats bars. I do have to be completely honest and tell you that I always get empalagada within minutes of eating milk chocolate. I don't like washing down the all the sweetness with sugary drinks, which is why I personally prefer a refreshing iced tea instead. And for my Mexicans out there, the tea I'm drinking has jamaica (hibiscus)!Target has an incredible selection. The cleansing wipes and face mask are not only going to help treat your skin ahorita, but they're also extremely quick and easy to use!
My favorite activity at any pijamada has always been the manicures, and now we can achieve salon-worthy nails while watching Los Premios Juventud. Essie is one of the many brands available Target that will give you a quick gel-like manicure ahorita. We can easily say hasta la vista to the days of curing your nails under an UV light to achieve a long-lasting and shiny manicure.
I would like to thank Target for this incredible opportunity and the wonderful #SinTraducción campaign. It's always great to see companies that you genuinely love reach out to Latinos in this way. Also, don't forget to check out the #SinTraducción Guest Program to contribute in the awesome community of Latino content creators!
Now, it's your turn to contribute to this blog post! What are some untranslatable words you know? They don't have to be in Spanish, I'm just curious to find out some more of these words. I would share some in French but this blog post is already long enough.
Disclaimer: This is a #TargetSponsored blog post which is part of their #SinTraducción campaign. The blog post story and items featured were chosen by myself. Everything was written by myself as well.