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Olive293

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I know we all have our favourite go to toners, but I'm trying to expand my repertoir! (hence my post about toning with kp 12 series!)
I obviously usually use colour touch, but I never seem to ever think to use relights range. I have most of them in a box, just sitting there, and I always bypass them. Does anyone regularly use them, and what are your experiences?
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They're lovely for toning!

/86 always lovely and icy never goes dull or grey! It just keeps getting brighter and brighter.
 

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They're lovely for toning!

/86 always lovely and icy never goes dull or grey! It just keeps getting brighter and brighter.
i think I'll give it a go. Although funnily enough I think that's the only one I don't have. I think I have the .81 from memory
 

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I need to try that one @cams97 ! Havent used relights for years but they had some very nice colours
 

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When would you choose relights over CT?
 

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They're lovely for toning!

/86 always lovely and icy never goes dull or grey! It just keeps getting brighter and brighter.
Same here.

Also the reds are great for refreshing colour up.
 

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When would you choose relights over CT?
Relights is shinier. Theres also shades in relights that can't really be matched in ct baseline.
 

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