I was looking for a blush to replicate this cheek color and I found exactly what I was looking for in mac sunbasque: a bronzey, peachy sunkissed color that is perfect on my neutral fair skin. This is the first blush I ever feel like I might need a backup of, it's so unique. Lasting power is good, but not quite as good as my NARS blushes.
This olive green and taupe duo looks wonderful with my green eyes, not at all muddy like other reviewers have had problems with. It has just the perfect amount of subtle shimmer and no "frosty" look. (I can't wear over the top shimmer at all). The quality of the shadow is superb, they seem to just melt right into my lids. My first NARS duo, but I'll be on the lookout for more.
A beautiful chartreuse with just the perfect amount of subtle shimmer (barely noticeable). This is not a wimpy color by any means so it may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I love it paired with teal liner. The best thing about this shadow is the texture, perfectly silky smooth, well pigmented and just the perfect amount of shine for people like me who are not into super frosty/shimmery colors.
Decent if worn wet, otherwise it's way too much like its name: very sheer and very 'sandy'. The color is not that unique, it should be easy to find in another brand.
The best liquid eyeliner I've come across so far, as far as pigmentation and long wear goes. Lasts pretty much all day on my eyelids. One thing I don't really like about it is that it can come out a little bit shiny, so I apply black shadow over it. Doesn't smudge, but is pretty easy to remove.