I'm in love with this eyeliner. I use it with the MAC 109 (or maybe 110 I can't remember). The colour is great, I have naturally light blonde hair and NC20 skin with dark eyebrows, I don't ever really wear black unless I'm feeling brave and I'm on a night out so this colour is perfect for me. It's dark without being ott; I honestly think it would suit any skin tone. You can apply it however you like: thick or thin. I hate pencil liners because I feel they aren't opaque enough but this eyeliner is opaque and does a perfect, precise line. It is honestly my holy grail, it lasts forever (although I do use my UDPP) and I've never had it smudge at all. It goes on so smoothly and has lasted me forever. The only downside to this eyeliner would be: 1. I guess you need to buy a brush but once you've purchased the brush you can use it for anything and again and again so I'd say it's worth it. And 2. The pot it comes in is really annoying. If I leave it in a medium sized makeup bag the lid comes off (same with my Studio Sculpt concealer and paint pots) and ruins the eyeliner as well as drying it out, so I have to keep them in the boxes they come in which is a bit annoying, but I'm sure if you're just keeping it at home and not carrying it around it would be fine.
I absolutely love this blusher. It's a cremeblend blush, which means it's creamy, dewy looking whilst on the skin and long lasting; it definitely doesn't dry matte. MAC's website describes it as a 'bright yellow pink', and I'd agree, it is a beautiful, bright, barbie sort of pink. I personally think it's quite similar to MAC's 'Dollymix' and 'Pink Swoon', which is a powder blush. It just gives you beautiful, girly cheeks with a pop.