The whole colorful balloon theme that China Glaze went with made me think of Disney and Pixar's movie UP. I know that it's a movie for kids, but if you haven't seen it yet, I highly suggest it. Pixar always seems to impress me by making movies that can appeal to adults while still having the quality of being loved by children. That's a pretty tall order, in my opinion.
Back to polish! Have a photo!
As anyone that has ever tried to photograph this polish knows, it's extremely (EXTREMELY!) difficult to capture. To put it into perspective, I took forty-four pictures of this particular lacquer, and I probably only got five shots that portray a near-true-to-life color of Four Leaf Clover.
I really like this color a lot. It's so unique! Again, the pictures don't do it complete justice. I think that if you can capture this particular color without the aid of a photo editor, you're a genius behind a camera. :)
I assure you, THIS IS FOUR LEAF CLOVER!! I'm not trying to trip you up! I just wanted to show how horribly inaccurate most of my pictures turned out. Any photo I took with flash, or with direct sunlight, turned out like this. Robin's egg blue?!
I had such a difficult time trying to get the color right on these pictures that you're not even getting bottle love today. Why bother! It looks robin's egg blue, even when I tried to photograph it inside, under dull, artificial light like I did with the pictures that actually turned out!
Enough ranting about the weird relationship between the color and my digital camera, though. This polish is such a fantastic color for Spring! I didn't have any problems with the formula (though I can't say the same for some of the other Up and Away polishes I bought). Four Leaf Clover is very pigmented, too. I did two coats for these pictures, but if you find yourself in a pinch, one coat will do you.
I highly suggest that you scoop up your own bottle of this before they're gone, so that you can enjoy a great green all Spring and Summer!