After applying three coats of At Your Quebec and Call I knew it wasn't going to be a winner for me. The swatches I've seen on other blogs look stunning but seeing it in real life and on my hands it looked ..weird? It looks much more brass-toned than a golden olive, maybe it's because I have yellow undertones it makes it look less oilve and more muddy.
Formulation wise, these older OPI polishes seem to be less opaque than the newer collections. I found that At Your Quebec and Call was quite thin and watery but still easy to work with.
I also tried to add Goldeneye on my ring finger and thumb to make it look slightly more flattering and fancy but of course it made it look worse. Just. My. Luck. Undoubtedly I removed this failed manicure as soon as I finished taking the photos along with my hopes and dreams (haha just kidding).
After being so utterly disappointed with the finish of At Your Quebec and Call I decided to google other bloggers reviews on this shade - I found that most bloggers used up to 4 layers to build up the opacity. I only used three coats, so I'm desperately hoping that if I add another layer it will make it look more like that stunning golden olive shade I've seen online!
Have you been disappointed with a polish before?