Color Charm Natural Blonde Toner

Color Charm Natural Blonde Toner



Size: 1.4200 FL OZ |
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  • T18 Lightest Ash Blonde
  • T14 Pale Ash Blonde
  • T10 Ivory Lady
  • T28 Natual Blonde
  • T35 Beige Blonde
  • T11 Lightest Beige Blonde
  • T15 Pale Beige Blonde
  • T27 Medium Beige Blonde
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  • T28 Natual Blonde
    Color T18 Lightest Ash BlondeT14 Pale Ash BlondeT10 Ivory LadyT28 Natual BlondeT35 Beige BlondeT11 Lightest Beige BlondeT15 Pale Beige BlondeT27 Medium Beige Blonde

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  • Vibrant, long-lasting, fade-resistant results
  • Long-lasting, true-to-tone color
  • Economical 1:2 mix ratio

Wella Color Charm Permanent Liquid Hair Toner with Liquidfuse Technology saturates, penetrates and fuses with the hair to deliver vibrant color that is exceptionally fade resistant. The extra mild formulation is ideal for creating delicate shades of blonde – like platinum and beige and neutralizing unwanted warmth after lightening. Great for toning pure double processed blondes.

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Color Charm Permanent Liquid Toner is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 118.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from T 18 I've tried purple toning shampoos, which seem to turn my hair a silver purple color, so I decided to try this. I've bleached my hair (myself) ombré, so it's hard to tone since some of my hair has orange hues(I've tried blue toning shampoo on the orange parts) and some has yellow hues. I decided to try this and it was decent. I personally would have liked it to look more platinum, but there is a slight change. I left it on for 30 mins.
Date published: 2017-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My FAV toner I usually tone with T18 but decided to add some lavender to my hair so I went with the ombre look created with T14. Love this brand!
Date published: 2017-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it! So first off I sadly do not have pictures but that's a good thing. LoL! I shaved my head in 2015 and let my hair grow so when I bleached my hair and ends it was a gorgeous blonde one more bleach through and it would have been white. I decided I was over the blonde so I went back to brown/dark brown then quickly decided to go black. Wait I know you're expecting a horror story. I loved the black hair but it turned into dirt real quick! So I started missing the blonde and went straight to bleaching my ends again. It didn't turn out like it did the first time and in my 3rd round of bleaching and toning I had to go all blonde. So became that process, I ended up getting to a level I wanted but there was spots so I went to a hairstylist she did some foiling and then two days later I went in and bleached and toned again. It was orange when it was wet I couldn't stand it. I do want to go one time with an over bleach but I highly doubt I'll get to that level I want. I used a mix of T28 and T18 I believe perfect mix. Process of going blonde from natural was two months, to black two weeks and back to blonde two weeks.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Watch your time.. I bleached out a previous color and my hair was left a very yellow color. I used T18 to tone and kept a close watch. It only took my hair 4 minutes to process to a very platinum blonde. Do not leave on the full 30 minutes with out watching. Product did exactly what I was hoping for!
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from T18 on balayage Used T18 to tone down brassiness on my brown to blonde balayage in between visits to the salon. Last time I had it done was probably before summer and I threw in a few messy highlights myself a few days ago. My base is virgin hair, probably about a level 4. My highlights were varying levels from 8-10 and start about midway down my shoulder length hair. My best advice is DO YOUR RESEARCH. I was worried about it tinting my base color too much, so I only used a 10 vol developer rather than 20 vol as the package suggested and I left it on for 20 minutes (max is 30). I LOVED the result, took out the yellow color in my highlights and didn't seem to have too much of an effect on my natural brown (just looked a smidge lighter and shinier). There are definitely a few coppery strands that stuck around so I might try to mix a blue based toner with the T18 next time. But the toner did exactly what it said it would.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for men after bleaching I'm a man who wanted a bleach blonde hair color on top. I have thick black short hair. I bought a bleach blonde kit from the drug store. Bleach my hair for 45 minutes looked ok but not "bleached" and left my hair very brassy. It looked light orange. I bought the pale ash blonde T-14 toner with the 20 volume creme developer by salon care. 1:2 ratio as directed for 15 minutes was perfect. I might have been able to go longer but wasn't sure and didn't want my hair turning gray. It's a a nice looking blonde and I'm very happy.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not even close Got my roots bleached to match the rest and had a hint of brass (more yellow not orange) so I decided to use wells T10 PALE BLONDE! The little sample hair was practically white. Within the first 2 minutes I could see it dramatically getting dark but I still gave it a chance. My hair is now a darker get/brown/blonde.
Date published: 2017-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Toner for Platinum Blondes (T18) I'm a professional hairstylist with acess to Professional products but I still choose to tone my own Platinum/silverish hair color with T18 (whole bottle)and a cap-full or two of 050 and the recommended Color Charm 20 vol developer (on damp towel dried hair) because it always gets my hair the perfect platinum Shade I Want and doesn't fade quickly at all. But definately remember that in order to get super ashy or platinum results you have to first bleach your hair to a PALE YELLOW. Otherwise you will not achieve the desired results, and always keep an eye on your developing time w/ this toner, sometimes I don't need to process the whole 30 mins. because it CAN turn your hair Purple/grey. Start out with your roots and Work down, massaging the toner into your hair, leaving your ends last. Check after 10 mins., You can always wash it out and re-apply if it wasn't enough. Better than having grey hair! Good Luck! :)
Date published: 2017-09-06
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Which toner should I use to make my hair more of a natural blonde color? Right now my hair is kind of a orangey golden blonde since I went from brown to blonde. I want to eliminate the orangey tones and get a more of a natural color.

Asked by: andrew28
Some youtubers say you have to be very light yellow to get good enough results with the ash toners. I tried to neutralize my very brassy highlights with T11 and it just made it worse because it lifted my base which also became orange/ brassy. 
Answered by: Mzliz212
Date published: 2017-10-18

Hi. I frosted my hair, which was brassy, so I toned it with Wella Color Charm T-11, which did not help much. Can I tone it again with one of the Ash tones, or is that over processing?

Asked by: Mzliz212
Yes you can use another toner soon after using the first one. You can go to the darker Ash blonde or beige blond or to a more silver platinum with a T18. I would use a 20 vol developer for sensitive scalp like Ion since it's easier on scalp and hair. I would also use an Ion repair mask after the second toning just to protect your hair from any damage.
Answered by: Ardigirl
Date published: 2017-10-17

I have orangish yellowish it's kinda dark would this toner work or should I bleach my hair again 

Asked by: Christinek_
i wouldn't go for the ashy ones unless you know what youre doing because it may turn youre hair green wella has a nice color guide on theyre website id check it out
Answered by: holler27
Date published: 2017-10-16

I just colored my hair the same as always but wanted to go more icy/platinum- the toner she used made my hair completely silver/blue? What toner can I use to get rid of the blue and make it more icy/pale blonde?

Asked by: hayley37
Just wash your hair a few times. You can try some dish soap even (then condition, after). The blue always washes out after a bit.
Answered by: Jesseeli
Date published: 2017-10-16

When using this toner is it safe to use any 20 vol. developer?

Asked by: Tori6898
Yes, you can use any brand of 20 volume developer
Answered by: Leeloo2017
Date published: 2017-10-10

I have medium brown hair but it has a lot of little highlights that have gone brassy looking what should I use and could I just tone it ? 

Asked by: Mandyroseb
Wella Colorcharm uses 20 volume peroxide so it will strip color from the rest of your hair too. You will have to touch up the roots monthly. If you need to refresh just the highlights I recommend to use a purple shampoo
Answered by: Leeloo2017
Date published: 2017-10-15

Reading the instructions it says mix 1 part wells color charm color with 2 parts wella color charm cream developer  So the developer is 107 ML (3.6fl oz) and the t18 is 42 ml (1.4 flu oz) can I mix the full bottles of both together? 

Asked by: Maygee21
I put the toner in a bowl and fill the empty toner bottle with the 20 developer twice
Answered by: Hazey6901
Date published: 2017-10-12

Does this box contain 20 volume developer to mix with

Asked by: Tizzy123
No, the developer is separate as is the mixing bowl or applicator. Color Charm is not sold as a "kit."
Answered by: gwen1109
Date published: 2017-10-09
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