Hits: Parlez-Vous OPI?, You Don't Know Jacques!, Tickle My France-y, and We'll Always Have Paris
Misses: Baguette Me Not, Crepes Suziette.
Bastille My Heart is a deep cherry red with red shimmers. It's pretty watery on first coat, but after 3 it looks fine. The shimmers in this are not annoying or tacky at all, it's a very nice red. If you want the bottle colour, I think 3-4 coats are necessary as it comes out looking a bit lighter. Sorry about the terribly messy swatch, I find reds to be difficult to apply, and doing it in more lighting is not great either.
Eiffel For This Color is black cherry with red shimmers. This colour is gorgeous! I've read people say this is "almost black" but judging by the swatch, you can tell it's dark but nowhere as dark as say, OPI Lincoln Park After Dark.
We'll Always Have Paris, is a pretty cute name and equally cute colour. This is a deep red, wine, maroon creme with no shimmer. This is possibly my favourite dark red colour in my collection. I think it's the must-have red from this collection.
Yes I Can Can! is shimmery dark burgundy red with shimmers, the shimmer look silver, blue and red in the bottle, but do not translate on the nail. Also, next to Eiffel For This Color and Yes I Can-Can is very similar. Unless you loooove vampy reds, I would probably get one or the other.
Louvre Me, Louvre Me Not is a pretty shimmery medium purple, with pink and purple shimmers. I think this one is the most "fun" colour in this collection. It could belong in a summer line if it really wanted.
Parlez-Vous OPI? to me is the standout colour in this collection. This one is a grey, smokey purple. I can see why so many people love this colour, it's totally cool. Application was really smooth and easy, 2 coats needed. I wear this colour over and over in the fall months.
Tickle My France-y is a nice basic nude, pale pinky nude, appropriate for work or professional settings. I like this one a lot, but I wish it wasn't so sheer, it took me 3 coats+ to get this opacity. It is also pretty close, but not quite to give me that mannequin hands look.
You Don't Know Jacques is a brownished grey colour, or greyed brown, mushroom colour, either way, it's really chic, edgy and cool. In the swatch, it comes across more as brown, but in person you can definitely notice more grey. This applies smoothly, this was 2 coats. I saved the best and most popular for last. It's colours like this that make me love OPI to death.
Which colours do you own from this collection?