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Wella Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Hair Color 7WV Nutmeg
Wella Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Hair Color 7WV Nutmeg
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Wella Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Hair Color 7WV Nutmeg

Color Charm By Wella


Sally Item # SBS-800330

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Size: 2 fl. oz.
Quantity: One
Color: 7WV Nutmeg
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Wella Color Charm permanent gel hair color makes 6 oz of hair color for up to two re-touch applications in every tube.


  • 7WV Nutmeg
  • 5WV Cinnamon
  • 7W Caramel
  • 6W Praline
  • 5WR Allspice
  • 1001/10N Satin Blonde
  • 1120/12AA Nordic Blonde
  • 148/3A Dark Ash Brown
  • 237/4A Medium Ash Brown
  • 257/4G Dark Golden Brown
  • 356T/4R Cinnamon Brown
  • #507T/5RV burgundy
  • #632T Medium Ash Blonde
  • 810/7R Red-Red
  • 12NG Surfside Blonde Plus
  • 7NG Medium Beige Blonde
  • 8NG Light Beige Blonde
  • 9NG Sand Blonde
  • 1036/10GV Honey Blonde
  • #1200/12N Blonde Claire
  • 1210/12A Frosty Ash
  • 1290/12C Ultra Light Blonde
  • 211/2N Very Dark Brown
  • 246/5A Light Ash Brown
  • #311/3N Dark Brown
  • #367/3RV Black Cherry
  • #411/4N Medium Brown
  • 435/5G Light Golden Brown
  • #445 Light Auburn
  • 511/5N Light Brown
  • 542/6AA Ash Blonde
  • #555 Hazel Blonde
  • #607/6RV Cyclamen
  • 611/6N Dark Blonde
  • 711/7N Medium Blonde
  • #725 Sunlit Brown
  • #729/8RG Titian Red Blonde
  • 740.5/8A Light Ash Blonde
  • #811/8N Light Blonde
  • 841/8G Light Golden Blonde
  • 911/9N Very Light Blonde
  • 940/9A Pale Ash Blonde
  • 6R Red Terra Cotta
  • 051/1N Black
  • 643/7WR Tan Blonde
  • 672T/7A Medium Smoky Ash Blonde
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  • Long-lasting, fade reistant results
  • Excellent gray coverage
  • Results are true to tone

Wella Color Charm Permanent Gel Haircolor provides excellent gray coverage and colors even the most resistant hair. Long lasting, brilliant color results. Very predictable, the color you want is always the color you get.


A very economical 1:2 mix ratio. Each tube makes 6 oz. of haircolor which is enough color for long, thick hair. Up to two retouch applications in each tube and up to 50% more color than its closest competitor.
Use color Charm Creme Developer for bowl & brush and foil techniques. Use Color Charm Clear Developer with an applicator bottle.
All Wella Color Charm Permanent Haircolor shades are intermixable. They can be used on permanent waved hair; however, apply the color 2 weeks after the chemical service.


Use of a creme developer with Beach Blondes High-Lift shades are recommended when creating highlights with foils.

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Wella Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Hair Color 4.4 5 66 70
ColorCharm I mix 6AA Dark Blond Ash with 5N Light Brown to get my Medium Brown color. Color Charm does a good job of covering gray and doing my own color saves me a hundred dollars and I actually like my own coloring to that of salons. July 13, 2015
Great Product! So I'm pretty new to not using boxed dyes to do my own hair. I watched so many videos on how to bleach ones hair and what products were used. Most people recomended Wella Color Charm T18. I didn't pick that version but I did use the Wella Color Charm Gel and it was fantastic. It didn't take long to seep right in and work it's magic. This stuff was great and I'll definitely be using it again...and again. I'm officially a lifelong fan. The only thing I would change is the smell, it's pretty overwhelming. A little warning, don't over coat your hair, it'll get very itchy. I had that happen but by the time it was done, my scalp wasn't red and the itch was a distant memory. Also, use in a ventilated area, it smells bad! March 30, 2015
Love the color I bought 8G and 8RG to mix after it was recommended by someone else. I love it, made a great strawberry blonde color for me and covered my grey hair which was my main concern. The smell is very strong and it burned a little at first but that didn't last long. Overall I really like the gel coloring. I purchased it twice already to have some for touching up the roots, I plan to buy more in the near future. November 26, 2014
Wella Color Charm Gel First of all, I am not a hairdresser, but I color my own hair with variable results. Before I used Wella, I used Clairol root touch-up. My problem was that I didn't get full coverage and my hair looked faded. Then, I started using Wella. The coverage was excellent and the color deep if one dimensional. Finding the right color was tricky. I did a lot of trial and error. Every color seemed to turn my hair red. Since the results of color on my hair did not match the hair samples, I tried a lot of different colors to get the color I was looking for. I still haven't completely achieved this, but I'm getting closer. I found that because I had to color every two weeks, I needed to decrease the developer to 15 by mixing 10 and 20. This was much less harsh. I couldn't find Wella 10 developer, but I used another brand. I mixed this in 3 to 2 proportion to color. To get a more natural look, I highlighted using the same mix with shades that were complementary. This didn't result in a striped hi-lighted look but a more natural multi-dimensional color. I'm still experimenting, but I like the look a lot. August 22, 2014
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Already bleached twice and am now left with mild brassy tones and not quite as 'white' as I'll need to go...I plan on waiting a couple of weeks before bleaching or toning again...due to damage
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Going lighter

I have just recently gotten my dark hair highlighted to a warmer blonde. I want to go lighter. I'm thinking of using the prism lights lightener and bleaching it and then using one of these permanent hair colours over top. Like the Nordic blonde and then mixing the t18 toner with the 20developer. Does this work? I've never done this before. Not sure if that is the right process or not. Please let me know. Thank u!
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I went from black to blonde in one process. I am not a fan of yellow or golden tones so I used the product called crystals first and it helped to prelighten my hair. Next I did foils to hit the main parts I wanted lighter and used the brush to apply the bleach on the remaining part of my hair that I didn't foil rinsed with a purple shampoo. I toned with a mix of a neutral and ash blonde both work to take out the yellow and orange tones. If you still want lighter wait at least 2 weeks and keep conditioning your hair in between and then foil again and repeat the process.
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Up till now I've been using Wella demi-permanent hair color, 3N-3/0 (darn brown.) I want to keep the same color - should I use 311/3N Dark Brown? Also, how long does the permanent color last for compared to the demi-permanent?
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Brookline, MA
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I have been using boxed ready color but now thinking to switch to Wella tube/gel color but I will do by my self. Any tips appreciate.
5 months ago
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Pick a color with an ash and a 20 developer
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