I should further explain that I LOVE all things Irish. Really, every day is St. Patrick's Day for me. That would be why when it came time to do this green skittles mani, I found I had sixteen different greens. Long story short, that's a lot of any one color for the size of my collection. Presenting...my favorites!
|Pinky: OPI On Stranger Tides, Ring: Zoya Shawn, Middle: Milani HiTech, Index: Sinful Colors Envy, Thumb: China Glaze Cling On|
|Pinky: Zoya Yara, Ring: Zoya Ivanka, Middle: Zoya Gemma, Index: Zoya Midori, Thumb: Finger Paints Tough Art to Follow|
By the by, please excuse the slapdashiness of this mani. I did it in about 10 minutes, which was all I had at the time!
For these photos, I chose to "pose" with my collection of tippers/beaters for my bodhran. If that last sentence made very little sense to you, check this out:
That's Sean McCann from Great Big Sea (my very favorite band) demonstrating. That thing he's beating the bodhran (drum) with is called a tipper or a beater (depending on who you ask). I'm an extremely novice player, so when I was in Ireland a couple of years ago, I picked up several tippers so I could learn more about which styles felt most comfortable to me.
|The three on the right came from Ireland. So of course I found I still prefer to play with the one on the right that came with my bodhran!|
|This tipper is relevant to my interests.|