Found this amazing Essence polish in Blue Addicted recently. Apparently, it's a fairly close dupe for Deborah Lippmann Across the Universe. You can imagine my delight in finding it given that the Deborah Lippmann is $26.50 and this Essence was an absolute steal at under $3 (though the Deborah Lippmann is 3 times the size). The polish itself didn't disappoint. It's generously loaded with glitter and becomes opaque in about 2-3 coats. Blue Addicted is a dark, ocean blue jelly with blue glitter and light blue and green hex glitter particles. The composition gives the effect of depth with multiple coats, as glitter pieces are suspended between layers of the polish.
Revlon Scandalous (or Facets of Fuchsia) is said to be a dupe for Deborah Lippmann Bad Romance. Reading some blog posts that have compared the two, they look more or less identical to me. The Revlon might even have more glitter in it. It's a purplish-black jelly (the base is very similar to Revlon Plum Night) with fuchsia glitter and fuchsia hex glitter. My bottle also contains the very occasional, random silver hex glitter, which I'm not sure is an anomaly or consistent feature. Both Blue Addicted and Facets of Fuchsia dry quite smoothly for such dense glitter polishes. The only minor issue I have is that multiple coats of each can get a little lumpy and uneven, especially if you're like me and lack the patience to wait until each coat is completely dry. They're also an absolute pain to remove. Both would probably benefit from a clear top coat to really bring them to life, but being lazy I skipped that step.