Above & Below: Bottle comparisons of Black Magic (left) and Fortune Teller (right). The top one is in filtered sunlight, the bottom picture indoors, with a flash.
Above: Bottle picture of Black Magic. I love how the glitter looks in the bottle! It actually applies very evenly on the nail and as you can see, it's a little more of a bright orange, whereas Fortune Teller is a coppery orange.
Above & Below: The photo above shows 2 coats of Black Magic (left) and 3 coats of Fortune Teller (right). Below shows one coat of each. If there's such a thing as a blacker shade of black, I would say that Black Magic is a bit blacker.
I mentioned previously that Victoria Nail Supply was going to be receiving an exclusive Halloween Glitter polish from China Glaze and I received mine today. I know Halloween is in the past now, but I wanted to do a comparison for you in case you were interested in it. The exclusive polish is called Black Magic (but they are label-less!) and can be found here on the VNS web site. Black Magic has a brighter orange glitter and it's very small when compared to the larger glitter in Fortune Teller. The glitter is all uniform in size and applied very evenly on the nail. The base color is black and it's a more opaque black than Fortune Teller is. In one coat, you can see from the above picture what I'm talking about with regard to the black base. Do you need them both? Of course not. Do you want them both? Only you can answer that, but I'm glad I bought it, because in my opinion, they are different enough and they're China Glaze. I have several black with orange glitter Halloween polishes, but they're mediocre at best. I know we can all agree that China Glaze makes an exceptional polish when it comes to their formula, so now I have 2 quality Halloween glitters and 3 or 4 lesser quality ones. Sounds like a good enough reason to me!