China Glaze Four Leaf Clover, St. Paddy’s Day and Guinness

Discolsure: Jindie Nails Underwater Disco was provided to me by the manufacturer or their PR firm. China Glaze Four Leaf Clover was purchased by me.  For more information, please see my disclosure policy tab here.

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all my readers–Irish or not! I’ve always found Saint Patrick’s Day a really fun excuse to get just a little rowdy and maybe a little wasted. This year, I’m not going out whatsoever since it landed on a Sunday and I have to be up at the buttcrack of dawn for work tomorrow. Oh well–at least I can have cute nails, right? I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, so I just started looking through all of my green polishes to see if any of them caught my eye. That is how I ended up choosing China Glaze Four Leaf Clover.

China Glaze Four Leaf Clover

China Glaze Four Leaf Clover

China Glaze Four Leaf Clover

It’s been a long time since I’ve worn China Glaze Four Leaf Clover, and I’m asking myself what took me so long?!?!?! It’s such a gorgeous green with a teal hue to it. The teal in this color is not as obvious, but it’s definitely not a true green. Since this color had been sitting in my melmers undisturbed for the last year, it had separated so I had to shake it up quite a bit to get the color and consistency back to normal.  The first coat of this polish is really streaky, but the second coat fixed it right up.

Jindie Nails Underwater Disco

Jindie Nails Underwater Disco

Jindie Nails Underwater Disco

And here is the star of the show: Jindie Nails Underwater Disco. This was my very first Jindie Nails polish that I got in August of last year. This polish has really big blue hexes that I purposely did not apply here because I wanted my mani to be mostly green. After not using this polish for the last 7 months, it was super thick so I added some thinner and it came right back to life. Jen was the first ever indie nail polish creator to send me some samples to review, and I kind of blame her for starting me on this dark path of indie glitter obsession.

I hope that you have a great Sunday whether you are out getting your drunk on, or if you’re just staying home dreading the start of a new workweek like me.  Take a moment to enjoy the warm weather (if you’re in So Cal, enjoy the 70 degree weather!) and maybe have a Guinness–or six–like me. That’s Alfie on my computer wallpaper. Being an Irish Wheaten Terrier and all, I figured he should be in on the shot as well. I miss my little bubs.

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Thanks for stopping by today and don’t forget to check in tomorrow because I am launching a new little giveaway. 😉

Discolsure: Jindie Nails Underwater Disco was provided to me by the manufacturer or their PR firm. China Glaze Four Leaf Clover was purchased by me.  For more information, please see my disclosure policy tab here.

8 thoughts on “China Glaze Four Leaf Clover, St. Paddy’s Day and Guinness

    1. Yes, both are great colors! I am actually going to post a comparison swatch because someone asked about how Wild Cactus and Exotic Encounters compare.

  1. I have that CG color too! Four leaf clover is soo pretty and it’s green but not a kelly green, like you mentioned it leans teal. That is a gorgeous polish on you all by itself. Now I am going to have to pull it out and use it as I forgot how pretty a polish it is. Thanks for reminding me!

  2. How do I not have Four Leaf Clover??? It’s right up my alley. I know I’ve considered it before, but…why is it not in my possession?
    Anyway, I love this mani, as I stated on Twitter last night.
    How are you feeling today after your dinner of Guinness? 😉

  3. I also don’t understand why I don’t have this CG…. Must remedy immediately. Jindie Nails is maybe my fav indie polish brand. Love that mani and kinda cool the way you could choose not to use as much blue glitter…..options are nice.

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