The first one is "Style Clan":
Style Clan is a taupe-y brown with copper glitterflecks (which aren't very apparent in most lightings). I'd call it ugly-pretty, it's one of those shades that I'm always drawn to. But maybe it's not for everyone, you really have to like this type of colors.
The formula was really good, maybe a little on the thick side, but absolutely manageable. Drying time was also great, about 10 minutes.
The other one is "Sly As A Fox":
This one is to die for *swoons* It's a browned red & it has that "je ne sais quoi" about it that makes it so special & stunning. There's also some hidden red shimmer, but it's even less visible than the one in "Style Clan".
This is really one of the sexiest polishes I own, I felt sorry when I had to take it off (which rarely happens).
IMO it'd look best on warmer skintones, cooler skintones might have problems with this color as it's really on the warm side.
"Sly As A Fox" (BTW: love the name *g*) has the same great formula as "Style Clan", but the brush is pretty wonky, a problem that has never occured to me before with any MAC polish. A few hairs aren't as straight as they should be, but surprisingly it didn't affect the application. Two coats was all it took to receive complete opacity, I had no streakiness or other issues.