China Glaze Strawberry Fields

China Glaze Strawberry FieldsStrawberry Fields is from the Summer 2009 Summer Days collection by China Glaze. I have been eyeing this polish for a long time, I’m glad I finally got my hands on it. It did not disappoint!

Strawberry Fields is a red leaning magenta with gold microglitter. The formula definitely leans towards being a jelly, but very opaque. It’s so pretty! Sadly it was overcast the day I took this picture, so it doesn’t quite do this polish justice. It’s so pretty and sparkly, and I’m not even a fan of pinks! Also, I generally shy away from gold since I’m cool toned, but this polish looks great.

Application was on par. I did use 3 coats because of the jelly like feel of this polish, but it didn’t feel thick at all.

After my great experience with this polish, I just might have to hunt down some other colors from this collection 🙂

Happy Tax Day!


PS: It’s my cat’s birthday, so….picture of Kitty below the jump!

It is Kitty’s 7th birthday! (…his name isn’t really Kitty, it’s Tarheel, but I rarely call him anything but Kitty)

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8 thoughts on “China Glaze Strawberry Fields

  1. Has “Strawberry Fields” been incorporated into their regular line at Sally’s ? Or do i have to hunt this down on the internet?

  2. […] Because I love it so much, I’ve tried Strawberry Fields a couple different ways. To see Strawberry Fields in its original glory click here. […]

  3. […] I love the way this water marble turned out! The base is China Glaze Oxygen and I marbled with China Glaze Strawberry Fields and China Glaze Grape Pop. It turned out very girly and great for the warmer […]

  4. […] I love this polish, I do think Strawberry Fields is still my favorite from this […]

  5. […] give it a try over red, so I used 2 coats of OPI Perfectly Red and topped it with just one coat of China Glaze Strawberry Fields. I love the way it turned out! The gold shimmer from Strawberry Fields worked really well with […]

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