Color Charm Natural Blonde Toner
Color Charm Natural Blonde Toner

Color Charm Natural Blonde Toner



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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 Toners is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 108.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from T27 is AMAZING!!!!! Long story but it may be helpful to you! Ive been blonde for as long as i can remember and i do my hair at home. When I was about 14 i started bleaching my hair with box dyes ( I know.. bad idea) and it was really yellow but i had no clue what toner was. As i got more experienced i heard about wella and t18 was the most talked about so i gave it a try. It took in my hair VERY fast because my hair was soo light blonde. My first thoughts about it were that it turned my hair a bit too silver, but again i had no clue what i was doing. I ended up trying out a few other brands such as ion, shimmer lights shampoo, pravana purple shampoo, and blond brilliance. The platinum toner by blond brilliance was my favorite for a while. Fast forward like 4 years, i made a HUGE mistake. I decided i wanted a more natural color, so i tried to dye my blonde hair brown. It turned out terrible and i spent so much money trying to fix it. I tried bleaching it again but it just didn't turn out how it was before. I put so many box dyes on my hair in attempt to fix the ugly shade of brown and my hair became really damaged. I still didn't like the color so i looked up how to naturally lighten hair at home. I came up with mixing baking soda with 40 volume developer (wouldn't recommend doing this!). It took out all of the brown and left me with a blonde similar to what i had before but my hair was completely fried. It felt like rubber and the only thing that helped was olaplex. Anyways, it was blonde but not quite the shade of blonde i wanted, as it was super bright and yellowish. Ive always wanted a more natural beige blonde color but i never knew how to achieve that because my hair would either turn out way too dark or too bright. I went to sallys planning on getting blond brilliance toner but i decided to try wella t27 since i never tried anything besides the t18. I am literally amazed at how good my hair looks! Idk why i never tried the t27 before but it gave me that beautiful beige/natural blonde I've always wanted and it didnt damage my hair at all. I mixed it with 15 vol. developer and also added olaplex to it and applied it on towel dried hair. I left it in for about 25 minutes. I also tried the ion pre color treatment which ensures even results. Im so happy! I never thought i would love my hair again but now i will never buy any other brand of toner. Thank you wella for fixing my hair, I am in love and I cant stop looking at it! Before & after in the pic...
Date published: 2017-08-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from T18 Didn't Tone Hair?? I have black root ombre with level 7-8 blonde, very gold? I tried this to tone my hair to have a "silver" or ash blonde. But it' didn't do much. I felt as it's not as strong as I want it. I still had brassiness in my hair.
Date published: 2017-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW!!!! Before and after See before and after pictures!!! I am amazed, I almost dyed over it to brown because I hated the orange. SO glad I waited.
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not what I expected Expected it to tame the yellow tones in my bleached hair, but instead it's a purplish and some stubborn brassy areas still show through and it clashes. Was careful to put it in evenly and leave in 30 mins. Didn't expect it to be darker overall either.. Maybe I did something wrong?
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wouldn't recommend I read this was one of the best toners there was too use, but it didn't turn my hair that had been lightened 7 shades at all and I left it on for full 30 minutes. The brown color is my natural hair color and I used a 7 shade lightener followed by the T14 ash blonde toner. If you know your hair will take it go for it, but if your hair is dark and hard to change keep it natural girlfriend. Going back today for brown hair dye because I'm embarrassed to look like this.
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from T35 on yellow hair I bleached my Asian hair 4 times but it was still very yellow. I felt like my hair wasn't light enough but my hair at this point was really damaged, so I decided to give T35 a try. I used 20 develope+T35 and added 4 caps of Wella 050 additive since violet base is supposed to neutralize yellow. Left it in for 30min, and now I have ash blonde with slight tint of orange but I'm pretty satisfied. I took the photos in same lighting except the first one and adjusted my photos so the colors are accurate.
Date published: 2017-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from T14 turned my regrowth a bright copper/orange!! Waste of money! And now I have bright orange roots !!!
Date published: 2017-07-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Worked T18 I used this i had bleached before and toned using T26 so I had a nice golden blond I knew I wanted to bleach again so I waited a month bought bleach did my roots got a good level of yellow then purchased T18 it started getting dark purple so I only left on 10 minutes and rinsed it fixed my brassy hair n orange tone however I noticed this is the second time using wella toner n it burns my scalp so bad and smells very overwhelming so I will not be using this product anymore
Date published: 2017-07-20
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Can I use the toner over a box dye hair?! I box dye my hair with a dark beige blonde color turned a little darker What can I do for lighting a little bit more can I wash it off and then go for t27 medium beige !?

Asked by: Reik2102
It's going to lighten any color you've got on.
Answered by: Lowery11
Date published: 2017-08-17

I bleach a piece of my BLACK hair, and it turned out orange(ugly) which # of the wella toners will I put on to turn the brassines down, I want a silver color like

Asked by: Vweiland75
We have several products that assist with managing brassiness in lightened hair, however, consult your local stylist first on what your next steps should be so that you are able to achieve the desired results.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2017-08-16

What's the most popular thinerthat everyone's using

Asked by: Kelly2131
Depends on what you're going for. T14 and T18 are relatively popular.  T14 is blue based and used to tone brassy colors and T18 is purple based and used to tone yellows out of bleached or blonde hair.  So it really depends on whether or not your hair is naturally or pulls more of a yellow or orange tone when bleaching as to which toner you should buy.  Some people, like myself, even mix them.
Answered by: SheenaWD
Date published: 2017-08-11

I have a dark red and I was told that I could do hair color remover then if I want to get it a Caramel color use the toner afterwards? My hair is a dark brown naturally. Will this work?

Asked by: Jaclyn81
Things to consider before considering color removal (or "bleaching"): has your hair been processed/dyed recently or is the red your natural color? Red pigments in hair are difficult to remove with color removers. If you color remove your hair, it will not process evenly due to areas of your scalp being warmer than others with allow for the color lifting to vary so you might need to touch those areas up with color removal. I know from experience red hair sometimes needs a double process of color removal but be careful not to overdo it becasue this can cause damage. Once you're u have evenly achieved lifting the dark red, your hair might look orange red tones in it, you want to use a silver toner to reverse the yellow. This is not a dye or permanent hair color. You will want to use a vol 20 developer about 3 ounces with 1.7 oz of the toner or 2:1 after washing all the color remover evenly from your hair. Towel dry and mix toner and apply to wet hair starting from the top and working all the way to the back use clips to keep your hair up and use a hair dye brush to apply toner mix to hair. Do this to the roots first and then to the ends after five minutes or so and leave it for at least 15-25 mins.  The first time you wash your hair your hair might have some yellow or brassiness. Be patient don't tone until the next day because after you bleach or color correct your hair will not pick up toner too good or hair dyes will wash off easy becasue they hair has been stressed . If needed, do a toner after your hair has dried or wait at least 24 hours to do the toner again and your hair will look less brassy 
Answered by: MissMarta
Date published: 2017-08-10

Can I apply to dry hair?

Asked by: TEW51262
Yes.  I use it on damp hair after lightening but you can use it on dry hair too. 
Answered by: Mxmom718
Date published: 2017-08-15

My hair is a brassy yellow color what will this do for it. I'm wanting to lighten it so I can dye my hair pink and purple

Asked by: Maria0712
I have been putting a few drops in the mixture before i lift the color out and it works really well and speeds up the bleaching time
Answered by: Cindy763
Date published: 2017-08-05

How many do I need to use because my hair is a medium length and it is thick?

Asked by: Nyayee14
Definitely two and I would get a third just in case since your hair is thick. You want to make sure you get all the roots which will use more when your hair is thick. It's better to have more than enough than less when you're in the middle of processing.
Answered by: Ardigirl
Date published: 2017-08-04

My hair is a natural very pale strawberry blonde (nore blonde than red really). If I use T18, the very lightest ash blonde shade, with 20 vol developer, will I be able to achieve silvery platinum blonde, or will I have to bleach lightly beforehand?

Asked by: rehaun15
I would bleach to a pale yellow first. my hair is naturally blonde and I still bleach first. It shouldn't take too long with the bleach since your hair is light anyway. I have had platinum hair for about 2 years now and I love it.
Answered by: TeriUrbik
Date published: 2017-08-14
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