In the bottle, this has a very nice blue to purple shift which I wanted to see more of on my nails, so I turned them this way and that for the camera but never quite got the look I was hoping for.
I then turned my old friend layering to help me out, putting one coat of Confetti over a black creme (in this case Rimmel's Black Satin). Ah, that's more like it; I could see the purple and the blue and even, in some lights, a few pops of green. It was quite a dramatic difference from Confetti alone.
Since I'm always on the lookout for a cheaper dupe of RBL Scrangie, I couldn't resist doing a quick comparison. In the bottles, at some angles I could almost convince myself they might be close, but they're not. Scrangie is more pigmented (I used two coats to Confetti's four) with a finer shimmer and more complex coloring. That's not to say I don't like Confetti—I do and am looking forward to trying it out over other base colors besides black.
The only place I've seen Jesse's Girl is at Rite Aid stores; I don't know of an online source but of course there's always swapping. I get so many swap packages at work that I'm pretty sure my coworkers are convinced I'm running a side business out of the office, but I'll let them keep wondering.