Ah see I wasn't sure about that if other countries celebrate it or not. No I did nothing. I got called into work though to do massages. I was never really into the drinking scene till I turned 21. It also gets a little old drinking with the same people over and over again.
LOL I think you'll enjoy the paint anyway. From reading on the glowinc forum, they say it can last for up to 10 years, if I remember right. Outdoors or on clothes, well the hot wash is likely to take it off I think. Rain, I'm hoping it'll survive, I think it will, seems pretty waterproof, once dried.
From what I can tell, it's all made by this company in the US, who ship worldwide although they do warn about expensive shipping abroad for larger amounts.
I got the 2nd brightest one it seems, you have to reallly have a nice bright flourescent light to charge the paint up for awhile. I find the more paint on my trainers, the more the glow itself keeps the other bits glowing longer. Also seems to be glowing brighter now and longer - maybe 'cause the paint has dried out fully. At least 3 hours, then I got bored and it was barely visible then - that was on a little test spot on paper in total darkness. The thicker the layer the better, if it's too thin/small it'll fade quick. My sneakers I can see glow whenever I wake up at night - if I've charged them in some light before I sleep. heh
Sadly we do still have to consider employment when looking into mohawks. I was recently turned down because I had a mohawk. And its been a pain trying to find a job in massage therapy. First its hard for men in my field and secondly I have a mohawk. But I still have hope and I refuse to cut my hair. I feel if someone doesn't take a stand and try to break stereotype that mohawks aren't professional how will it get accepted?