Nails: Clover – “We’re up all night to get lucky”

At time of writing the house thing remains silly and I still fancy some good luck, maybe the black cats in space were too subtle a hint to the universe so I’m going to be a cliché – CLOVER!

Looking for inspiration on the internet provided me with lots of ‘interesting’ “Saint Patty’s Day” nails, some of these are utterly beyond description, a surprising number feature the use of real clovers covered in nail varnish.

Saint Patrick does have a link to clover, aka shamrock, as apparently he used the three leaf version to demonstrate the three aspects that make up the Christian version of God.  However I am pretty sure that his clover wasn’t a dayglo and glitter monstrosity loving adorned onto sharpened talons.

For my purposes I’d prefer the four leaf version – which is technically a mutant version. Given how ‘interesting’ the paperwork and timings sides of this house move has been mutant seems jolly appropriate – unfortunately.

four leaf clover nails

(Picture from Pinterest)

I am actually a bit worried that these are too tasteful for the universe to take the hint, so let’s pull out all the stops:

four leaf clover nails from hell

(Picture from Pinterest)

Dear universe – take a damn hint.

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