I used two coats of Coconut Kiss and three of Fiji, which is a cooler, bluer purple than the China Glaze.
As long as I was comparing purples, I decided to see how Fiji looked next to Sally Hansen Grape Going, which I had not yet put away after using it last. (Also I wasn't 100% sure I'd transcribed the comment correctly in my note to myself, since I'm still getting used to living in the future and keeping my to do lists on my phone. True, I could have stopped swatching and double checked the comment on the phone or any one of the computers in the house but that would have meant stepping away from the nail polish, and I hate to do that when I've carved out some time to play.)
Still three coats of Fiji; I used two of Grape Going. In lighting conditions where the Grape Going is not showing off its blue flash, these two are pretty close.
I finished up my comparison swatching for the day with some teal shimmers.
The OPI and China Glaze are both from this year's fall collections, and are so alike that one wonders if both companies subscribe to the same color forecasting service. Emerald Fitzgerald is perhaps a wee bit darker than Cuckoo, but not so anyone who wasn't looking really, really hard for differences would notice. Morbid, part of the current Craze core line, is a touch warmer in tone, and it has a few more flecks in its shimmer. Blackened Teal, being a classic I picked up at the Dollar Tree, has the old school style of shimmer, complete with brushstrokes; it's still a pretty color, though. All of these were two coats. Should I ever get around to de-duping my stash, of these four I'll keep Blackened Teal and Emerald Fitzgerald, though I do wonder about having a polish whose name is so close to that of the ship on which 29 crewmen lost their lives.