This greenery is my St Patrick’s Day manicure – worn, of course, on the ACTUAL day.
I’m sharing it with you today, because, come on, we can always use a bit of luck, right? And the golden pot o’ gold at the end of our lucky rainbows.
Or a gold foil top coat.
On a different note, the other day, a colleague at work was telling me about a guy from Essex I think, who recently won the lottery – a measly £10 million. As in 10 million quid. I cannot even imagine how much that is. I know, numerically of course, but cannot comprehend such a heap of money. It’s not a particular dream of mine to win the lottery, but it made me realise I don’t even have a ‘What would you do if you won the lottery’ list…
Oh my, this green… I can honestly say this is my favourite nail polish of all time – a preblogging buy, 2/3 of the bottle gone, and, sadly neglected lately. All the new finds, gorgeous novel colours have been taking my time, and I won’t even mention my MIAB status (kosher baking, anyone?)
As I was painting my nails I remembered Jacqui’s words about inanimate bottles of polish – mine have feelings too ; ) Anyway, painting my nails with this Inglot green reminded me what a great formula and coverage feels like, and how it glides onto the nail, even if the polish itself is something like 3 years old. So wearable, so perfect with leprechaun gold.
Do you guys believe in luck? Good luck charms, rainbows, ladders and all that?
Do you have a ready list of all the things you’d get to do if you won the lottery?
Absolutely no luck of the Irish to y’all,
PS Speaking of luck, watch out for the continuation of my giveaway, the realm of UK this time, coming soon : )
PS-Coming up roses: I gave in and ordered my very first indie polish – I’m so excited! Do you want a glimpse when it comes? Well, there’s a few brilliant bottles coming, actually.)
PS-And the last one – just came home from watching the sequel to Captain America – and it’s actually, surprisingly, pretty decent.