Oak is described as: a bright harvest gold shimmer polish, inspired by the precious metal colors of falling leaves. I've been looking for a bright yellow-y, perfect gold and I totally found it in this polish. I'm going to layer KelBel Cosmestics Sookie St. James over it for Christmas!
Leaf is described as: a deep, rich, almost blue toned evergreen polish. Reminiscent of nature's last blaze of green, before everything goes gold and red. This was my least favorite out of the collection, only because I don't love green polish. But this is a total Robin color so I'm going to send it up to her. I did love the multicolored shimmer in this though. Gorgeous! (Please excuse the lack of a bottle shot for this one. I forgot to take a pic but you can see it in the bottle shot pic at the end of the post.)
Soil is described as: the rich golden brown of the earth, dormant but full of life- and shimmer. This is my clear favorite of the collection! I love this rich shimmery brown. It screams fall to me and is so classy. I will definitely be reaching for this all fall and winter.
Here are some bonus bottle shots for you!
I'm going to stick with the same pros, cons and overall from yesterday except today I have no cons because I love them all.
Not Too Polished is available on Etsy for $7.50 for a full set. The entire Limited Edition Harvest Goddess Collection is available for $38.00. Go check out her Etsy shop and like the Facebook page for updates! She has a bunch of great collections.
***The polishes in this post were provided to me for review. All opinions are my own.***