Swatches | The Harvest Goddess Collection from Colores De Carol

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Hey y’all! Today I have a full swatch and review of the Harvest Goddess collection, available now from Colores de Carol! This Fall collection is composed of 6 different rainbow hued polishes each inspired by a different Goddess of harvest from different places around the world. These are available right now and retail for $11 each or $60 for a full collection. All swatches are shown using the Ready in 5 topcoat. These were sent to me for review and I’ll jump right into the swatches!

 

InnaBottle
Inna shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
InnaBottom
Inna at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is Inna, described as “a white crelly base with gold and various fall color glitters and micro red bars.” This polish is inspired by the Nigerian harvest goddess. This polish has a gorgeously milky formula that was completely opaque for me in 3 coats with no muss or fuss. The majority of these glitters are matte and I love the size of the red bar glitters!

InnaAngle
Inna at an angle under artificial lighting.
InnaMacro
Inna macro under artificial lighting.
InnaSun
Inna at an angle in direct sunlight.
InnaMatte
Inna plus matte topcoat.

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SeluBottle
Selu shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
SeluBottom
Selu at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Selu, described as “a berry red jelly base with micro pink holo glitter and a mix of gold glitter.” This polish is inspired by the Native American Pueblo corn mother. This is a beautifully pigment red jelly polish and was pretty opaque for me at 2 coats! I love this one matte as well.

SeluAngle
Selu at an angle under artificial lighting.
SeluMacro
Selu macro under artificial lighting.
SeluSun
Selu at an angle in direct sunlight.
SeluMatte
Selu plus matte topcoat.

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AutumnusBottle
Autumnus shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
AutumnusBottom
Autumnus at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Autumnus, described as “a shimmery coral/orange with holographic micro flakes.” This is inspired by the Roman goddess of the fruit and nut harvest. i am in love with this combination for fall, the shimmer and tone of color plus holo is a beautiful mix! Autumnus was opaque for me in 3 coats.

AutumnusAngle
Autumnus at an angle under artificial lighting.
AutumnusMacro
Autumnus macro under artificial lighting.
AutumnusSun
Autumnus at an angle in direct sunlight.

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CeresBottle
Ceres shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
CeresBottom
Ceres at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Ceres, described as “a holographic harvest yellow with platinum micro flakes, micro gold and orange glitter.” This is inspired by the Roman goddess of corn and I am all about this deep honey mustard color! Opaque in just 2 coats, this is one of my top picks of the collection!

CeresAngle
Ceres at an angle under artificial lighting.
CeresMacro
Ceres macro under artificial lighting.
CeresSun
Ceres at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FeroniaBottle
Feronia shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
FeroniaBottom
Feronia at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Feronia, described as “a forest green jelly base with holographic silver glitter and micro holo flakes.” This polish is inspired by the Roman goddess of the first harvest fruits. Feronia pulled a little bit olive for me which I love! I also noticed that some of the larger glitters tended to sink but that could be easily remedied by turning the bottle upside down before painting. Feronia was completely opaque for me in 2 coats.

FeroniaAngle
Feronia at an angle under artificial lighting.
FeroniaMacro
Feronia macro under artificial lighting.
FeroniaSun
Feronia at an angle in direct sunlight.
FeroniaMatte
Feronia macro plus matte topcoat.

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DemeterBottle
Demeter shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
DemeterBottom
Demeter at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have Demeter, described as “a navy blue scattered holo with aqua micro glitter.” This polish is inspired by the Greek goddess of harvest and if you know me this ones dear to my heart! Completely opaque for me in 3 coats, i am in love with the depth of this jelly – especially in direct sunlight!

DemeterAngle
Demeter at an angle under artificial lighting.
DemeterMacro
Demeter macro under artificial lighting.
DemeterSun
Demeter at an angle in direct sunlight.
DemeterMatte
Demeter macro plus matte topcoat.

So that wraps up my swatch and review of the Harvest Goddess collection. Colores de Carol really knows her stuff, I’ve not tried a polish from her yet that is not just perfection. Be sure to follow her social media below to stay up to date on future releases and sales:

http://coloresdecarol.bigcartel.com

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