I never believed that there would ever be 2 nail polishes that would swatch exactly the same. There is bound to be some subtle undertone differences at least, and that was such the case with this comparison. These two polishes would probably stand at being 95% similar?
They are none other then China Glaze's Grape Pop and Orly's Charged Up.
In the bottle they do look pretty similar, though this photo does bring out the slight undertone difference in both colors.
Here is how they swatch and look under sunlight:
And here's a photo with flash in room lighting:
p.s. It's the case of hard to capture colors once more. The colors are both a little less blue and a little more purple in person. The flash picture is fairly accurate.
The colors look almost exactly the same except Grape Pop has a slight blue-ish tone, while Charged Up has more of a magenta tone to it. Though if I were comparing the ease of application, I would side Grape Pop more. In these photos, Grape Pop was applied with 1 1/2 coats while Charged Up needed at least 3 to match the opacity.
I wore this to the Magnum Gold?! event and asked the other bloggers present for opinions and most of them (if not all) mentioned that they did look exactly the same. Unless you're truly scrutinizing the colors, I guess they could easily pass off for each other!
Hope this was of some help, and thank you for reading!