All pictures taken in natural light, click to enlarge.
Visionary Beauty has already swatched/reviewed all three shades of Lipstick C (£16 each). Based on a quick play at the counter, I would agree that they are the sheer and the slightly waxy kind which usually ends up drying my lips out.
The Blusher Sticks (£21 each) were again fairly sheer and not particularly creamy (they have much less slip than the Addiction or Shiseido cheeksticks, let alone potted cream blushes by Illamasqua or Stila) -- satin-matte bases with visible shimmer. On my very dry skin, they dragged a bit upon application and tended to look uneven once built up -- possibly issues which normal or oily skin wouldn't experience. Each swatch is 4 layers, unblended.
Top to bottom:
001 Glamour Puss -- golden beige
002 Minou -- soft warm pink
003 Cat Fight -- warm coral-orange
Face and Eye Colour CS (£19.50 each) are pressed eyeshadow trios in gradational tones. You get a generous 12g in a pretty printed cardboard box. The textures of these were somewhat inconsistent. Siamese Please and Kittycat were smooth and highly pigmented (superior to P&J's permanent range in my opinion), but Purr-Fect was noticeably drier and much sheerer.
076 Siamese Please (one swipe each)
very pigmented metallic warm gold
pigmented chocolate brown satin base with silver glitter
077 Kittycat (one swipe each)
pigmented warm matte peachy beige
pigmented peachy pink satin with sparse silver shimmer
very pigmented warm plum with silver glitter
078 Purr-Fect (three swipes each)
sheer ivory shimmery satin
sheerish sage green satin with sparse silvery shimmer
moderately pigmented greyed olive satin-matte with sparse silvery shimmer