For eyes I just use some pretty standard safety glasses, nothing expensive, but with good coverage above, below, and sideways. Definitely not tacticool, but they work.
I borrowed a set of electronic muffs once. They are nice if you do a lot of talking or listening on the range, like in a class setting. You don't have to take them off to have a normal conversation. There's a couple milliseconds delay for the electronic circuit to cut off when a shot is fired, but it's not a big deal. I'll probably buy my own set soon, or ask for them for X-mas.
Ordinarily when shooting outdoors I wear just a decent set of regular (non-electronic) muffs. But when I'm at an indoor range I wear both the compressible foam earplugs AND muffs over the top of them. The sound is just more intense indoors, especially if the range also allows rifles in the same bay! I don't shoot quite often enough to justify custom molded in-ear devices, but my ears are a fairly normal shape and the $1/pair foam ones expand to a good fit. BTW, just in case anybody doesn't know... you're supposed to roll/squish them between your fingers before inserting into your ear, and then hold it in your ear until it expands, about 15-20 seconds. I often see people just shove them in there, and you're NOT getting optimal protection that way. Anyway... I can reuse a pair multiple times before they lose their "sponginess" and become less effective. Doubling up the plugs & muffs gives me good protection for a negligible cost.