Color Charm #7R/810 Red-Red
Color Charm By Wella
Size: 1.42 oz.
Color: 810/7R Red-Red
Sally Item # WELLA14
- Online Price: $5.99
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- Vibrant, long lasting, fade resistant results
- Excellent gray coverage
- Gentle floral fragrance
- Deep conditioning
Wella Color Charm's packaging utilizes a color-coded tonal family system, making shade selection easy! Liquid Permanent Hair Color time tested formulations ensure consistent, predictable results. Liquifuse Technology saturates, penetrates and fuses with the hair to deliver vibrant color that is exceptionally fade resistant. A gentle floral fragrance for a more pleasurable coloring experience.
Mix Ratio: 1 part haircolor, 2 parts developer. Lighter than natural shade, first time application: Develop for 15 minutes, check, then process up to an additional 15 minutes or until color is even. Darker than natural shade, first time application: Develop for 30 minutes, check, then process up to an additional 15 minutes if additional coverage is needed.
Tips for achieving optimum coverage on gray hair:
1. Select a shade level 8 or darker for best coverage; Lighter shades will create a translucent effect.
2. Shades from Natural or Gold Family will produce a more natural result with optimum coverage.
3. Mix with 20 Volume Well Color Charm Developer
4. Apply generously starting at the area with highest percentage of gray or most resistant.
5. Process for 30 minute, extend to 45 minutes if needed.
6. For better coverage on hair that is more than 50% gray, use a fashion shade from the Red Family and mix with equal parts of Wella Color Charm Natural or Gold shade at the same level.
Wella Color Charm Liquid Permanent Hair Color 155 160
Beautiful Color & Excellent Results I paid $150 at a local salon who bleached my roots and then used a high lift color on my hair to give me a "platinum blonde color". After watching some online tutorials I realized I could do the same thing for alot less at home. And in fact, I got a better result than what I did at the salon with a few careful steps! My hair color is a medium brown level 7. I purchased bleach and 30 developer mixed 2:1 and touched up my roots for 30 minutes. I went on to use this toner 1:1 with a 20 developer for 8 minutes. Now keep in mind my natural color was previously lifted so I only needed to lift it 4 levels but I do not recommend leaving this toner on more than 8-10 minutes max no matter what your color is. This was what my salon did too and she explained that if it was left on longer it would damage my hair. Her advice for my natural color was bleach roots and darker hair, then 8 minutes with 2 more sessions to achieve the desired results. In addition, from the advice of another stylist once my hair has reached the desired bleach blonde I should use a 10 developer for this toner which wont be as damaging to my thick fine hair. The key is do not go overboard, it will take several processes to get your hair to the desired result without damaging it. I love this color because my hair previously had some brassiness to it and the beige blonde took out most of the brassy color and deposited a beautiful beige blonde. Perfect toner for those who look better in neutral or warm colors but do not like golden shades or warm shades in their hair. This color is almost a frosty beige blonde. I love it!! August 15, 2012
Wella Color Permanent Hair Color Lt Golden Brown This is the first time I used the brand. It covered my gray hair well, but the color is certainly not light brown or golden brown. It is a flat dark brown color void of any golden or reddish tones. I need the warm tones and this color is ashen. It did leave my hair in good condition. December 20, 2014
Great for grey coverage I have been using the 5NW color for a while. It is a warm natural brown. December 8, 2014
Good reliable product I have used Wella Charm Liquid Haircolor for years as my base color....and then covering roots in between highlighting....and have been very pleased with the quality. It does not dry out my hair. I sometimes have trouble getting the gray covered at the roots but I leave it on for at least an hour November 7, 2014
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I find the 411/4N medium brown with 20 develop too dark and the 511/5N too light - is there a colour I can add to the 411/4N medium brown to lighten it up just a tad? Any suggestions? I'm just looking for a quick and easy solution
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so I had a dark brown black hair color that was dyed and I bleached it now I want it a burgundy color and was wondering what developer should I use?
I recently had my hair dyed in order to brighten my natural silver hair, the color at first was lavender and has faded to platinum with yellow undertones. Can I use Color Charm Liquid Permanent Hair Color 50 Cooling Violet without having to rebleach? The hairdresser did a process that she called "Snowcap" so would I have to rebleach or will my once dyed hair take the color?
I dyed my dark brown hair with a blonde hair dye and now it's chestnut brown with yellow orange tint. I'm trying to get to dark ash blonde however. Will this help?