Above & Below: Khaki Vert, the most sought after shade of the three, is a dusty green--not quite olive green, not quite mossy green. It's similar to Essie Sew Psyched, but not a dupe in my opinion. Each shade is shown indoors with a flash, and outdoors under cloudy skies with no flash.
Below: Khaki Brun, a brown-toned olive shade, was much more olive than brown, which surprised me because I was expecting it to be more of a brown shade. I actually like this one for what it is though, so I'm not disappointed.
Below: Khaki Rose is a darker taupe shade with the slightest pink tone to it. I'm getting quite a few taupe shades, so this one didn't particularly impress me color-wise, because I think there's probably something in my collection that's close. The other two shades seemed more unique to me.
I'm happy with all three of these shades, although as I mentioned, Khaki Rose doesn't seem as different to me as the other two shades. I'll have to check my taupe stash to see just how close it might be to something else. All of these were nearly opaque in one coat (I used 2 coats), and they all have a nice gloss to them. I've always liked Chanel's creme polishes for their formula, although I know some people feel otherwise. But for me, they apply like a dream--not that they're necessarily worth the price, but they are one of the few Chanel products that I can afford!