I purchased the Physicians Formula after seeing alot of reviews raving about the product and comparing it to the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner. I picked it up, swatched it on my hand and was so impressed with the pigmentation. I thought the brush tip would work well, since I do like the Kat Von D liner. If I could fine a cheaper alternative, that would be great. Well, when I went to line my lash line, I was surprised that the liner hardly showed up. I've tried it a couple of times now, and you really need to build it up if you're putting it over eyeshadow. I haven't tried it on my bare lid but I think it would work better. Sadly, this product didn't work out for me. It takes alot of effort to get it to show up, and I would rather using another liner.
The Pur Cosmetics Miracle Mist was a repurchase for me. This mist claims to be a "hydrating face spray that instantly moisturizes dry, tired, and stressed skin with more than 70 essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids." It a hydrate and set spray. I don't have oily skin, so I don't know if it prolongs the wear of my makeup but it does feel very refreshing and I do like the citrus smell. I purchased a 8 oz bottle, but I do see that on the Pur website, they have a 4 oz bottle for the same price. I think they may have downsized the bottle. I can also vouch for the nozzle and tell you that it sprays very nicely and I haven't had any issues with it spitting out.