Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Hair Color 246/5A Light Ash Brown

Color Charm By Wella

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Size: 2 oz.
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Color: #246/5A Light Ash Brown
Sally Item # WELLA15

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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.

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Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Hair Color 246/5A Light Ash Brown
Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Hair Color 246/5A Light Ash Brown
 

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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.
Wella Color Charm Gel Permanent Tube Haircolor 4.4 5 64 68
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
Faded fast I waited and entire week to wash my hair the first time, and it went from the perfect red-blonde to ORANGE. I use color-protectant shampoo and conditioner, and the suds were pink. I have ION purple (punk color), and I am going to mix in a small amount in my conditioner as a toner. Hopefully that will work to help this color last. However, I am worried what it will look like over time. It's a real bummer because the color I achieved right after processing was *perfect*. July 18, 2014
Awesome product! I have recently stopped using box color, and wanted to find something that would cover gray hairs and be gentle to my hair. I used Black Cherry, and I was very impressed with the results! I used a 20 volume processor-my hair is already a dark brown, and mixed it up in a bowl with a tube of color.. The gel was really easy to apply, and it wasn't as messy as other products I have used. The color was vivid, and I am very happy with the results. I have long, thick wavy hair that is just past the middle of my back. I used one 2 oz. tube of black cherry, and one 4oz. bottle of 20 volume, and it was more than enough to cover all of my hair! My hair feels much healthier, and the color is very pretty. It covered all my little gray hairs. Would definitely use again! April 22, 2014
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For instance 7W vs 7NW or 7WV?
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They give an indication of the underlying tone of that particular color, for example 7W means "warm", 7N means "neutral" or "natural", 7A means "ash". If there is a second letter, such as the V, it means it also has a violet tone, B means blue and G means green. However, not all companies use the same letters, so it can be confusing! It would be best if you could view the color charts for each type of haircolor you are considering.
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I'm having problems with getting someone to tell me which is the best developer for grey/white/silver hair? We are wanting to put a lot of color in the hair (Med. Ash brown) & have it NOT fade in a week or two. This is the 1st I've worked with near white hair & I don't want to burn the hair by using the wrong developer.
Thank you, SF
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for grey coverage use 20vol., and if it is very resistant grey be sure to paint it on against the cuticle of the hair strands as well go up and down the hairstrands...for good saturation
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Hello, I have dark brown hair with grey roots and I used the 20 with great results. The higher the number the more damage you may have so I was told to use the 20 to lessen the damage.
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Whitest shade

I am a medium brown normal hair color, used lo real high color high lift red for my hair for about two years, now I am here to challenge myself to go platinum. Question I have is, will I have to bleach my hair before I use well a? And which is the white at color in this brand?
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