Above & Below: All photos have China Glaze Bad Kitty on the pinkie to compare it to Color Club's Strawberry Candle, which is on all other fingers.
It's still cloudy and rainy, but I did manage to get some more photos, although they're not the best. Color Club's Strawberry Candle is a medium toned carnation pink and yes, filled with multi-colored glitter. I wanted to show you a comparison to China Glaze Bad Kitty, because they look so similar in the bottles. Color-wise and formula-wise, they are very much alike, however, I would have to say that Color Club's is the superior one. The impact of the color itself is stronger and more vivid, and the glitter disbursement is much more even with the Color Club. These photos show 2 coats of the Color Club and 3 coats of the China Glaze. I normally use a milky base coat, but I didn't use a base coat today. I got better coverage in 3 coats when I used Bad Kitty last week over a base. I would say the main difference in these besides the difference in coverage, is the way the glitter applies. They look to have the same amount of glitter in the bottles, but Color Club's glitter seems to adhere more when it's initially placed on the nail, giving you immediate even coverage. In defense of the China Glaze, I think this one would work better as a top coat over a darker shade because it is more sheer.
If you look at this post here, you'll see how similar these 2 shades are in the bottle comparison picture.