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Cooling Violet Color Charm Liquid Permanent Hair Color Additive

566 by Wella
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Cooling Violet Color Charm Liquid Permanent Hair Color Additive

566 by Wella
SBS-800279
$6.69

Cooling Violet Color Charm Liquid Permanent Hair Color Additive is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 62.
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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.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great toner for maintenance between coloring I use the T18 with a little 050 to maintain ash blond with a hint of silver. Works great and eliminates the need to do a full color every few weeks.
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Violet Color Charm I love it !! I can add to my T-14 or my T-18 and it works miracles. Tales the rust color out of my hair.
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fights brassiness for Level 7 and above I've purchased Cooling Violet Color Additive for years to add to my hair coloring routine to fight brassiness. It definitely works for level 7 hair and above, depending whether you are already a level 7 or above (naturally or lightened). It does NOT work to fight brassiness without pre-lightening hair to at least level 7. I have still used Cooling Violet when I have *not* pre-lightened my hair and ended up with brassiness regardless. I am a natural level 3-4 dark brown. The product works as intended. Pre-lighten your hair to *at least* level 7 (dark blonde) or above, and add this to your already mixed color and developer to fight the "blorange blues". Works at its best with Ash colors to enhance them.
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it Good product..I will buy more.. for sure... does not smell bad..
Date published: 2019-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stuff I use this with the T18 of the same brand as a toner before a permanent dye for silver hair. It does what’s supposed to do and provides a perfect base for a perfect Silver hair color.
Date published: 2019-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Meh Results--Washed Out After 1 Shampoo I mixed this with Wella T14 and 20 volume developer and applied it to my daughter's pre-lightened hair. Left it on for 20 minutes. It definitely didn't turn out as silver/gray as we wanted, and looked more like an ashy wheat color, if that makes sense. The yellow was definitely still showing through more than it should have been.. Being as my daughter is 13, she was thrilled with it anyway--until she washed it the next day. It literally all disappeared and she is back to brassy yellow. Not happy. What a waste of time and money. Good thing it was buy one get one free. :(
Date published: 2019-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A little goes a long way!! A little goes a long way!!! I only put 2 capfuls and it added a slight lavender tint to my really blonde pieces ( which is what I was going for)
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Turned my hair black I followed the directions, adding a cap full to my hair. Previous reviews stated the colour of the dye is black, so I did not panic. When I rinsed it out, my hair was black. Not sure what happened. Disappointing as I lost all of my blonde
Date published: 2019-04-26
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With T18 toner, will this help me achieve a medium silver shade? After another round of bleaching I am guessing I should be near a 10. I always end up with stubborn brassy tones. Should I combat those before using this mixture or will this do the job?

Asked by: Karlieek
Yes, this with the T18 will completely eliminate the brass as long as you are at least a level 9. Start with 10mL 050, 60mL T18, 140mL 20% developer. Going over 20% developer blows out the cuticle, and the "blue" that allows our hair to be ashy not brassy comes out fast because blue is the smallest molecule color and red (brass) is the largest. It is better to lighten several times than to blow out the cuticle with a high developer. The higher developer number is also what causes the damage.
Answered by: Joknowsstuff
Date published: 2019-07-23

How do I use this? I got my hair done today and all she did was touch up, little did I know I was going to end up with RED ORANGE HAIR. How do I make it a cool ash Color? SOMEONE HELP PLEASE!!

Asked by: LadyInOrangeHairr
I'm not an expert, but if I was you, I would go back to the person who did this to your hair before trying to correct it yourself. I use Cooling Violet Color Charm Liquid Permanent Hair Color Additive with Wella 12A to cover greys, without brassiness. I hope it works out for you!!!
Answered by: LG122222
Date published: 2019-07-17

I am at a almost white blonde so blonde it is turning a very light pink I'm trying to decide if I should use #1 050 alone , #2 050+t18 Or ion titanium ( The one that does not need developer.) I'm looking for a half Med silver& Med Gray?

Asked by: Anonymous
050 will only add violet. If you are turning pink, I would not use that. Pink + violet only produces a pinkish violet. Not silver gray like you desire. 
Answered by: Hairdolady
Date published: 2019-07-09

Is this a toner?

Asked by: Fayleen1
I loved the results with a 2: 1 ratio of 20 volume developer and 050 on my bright roots!! The color is gorgeous and isn’t quite ash but instead a light-medium beige blonde. Roots only had this mixture and this complimented my light ash and pearl highlighted hair colors. Processing time was only 10 minutes but I should have left the product in for another few minutes to truly darken the areas. I was going for a minimal root look and didn’t have to worry about a Wella toner turning my hair gray. Lol
Answered by: Funsized
Date published: 2019-07-08

Is this better than using a toner to get rid of orange-ness with 8nn?

Asked by: Bonzo123
I fixed my hair color after bleaching with this. My roots on my former bayalaged hair went from super dark brown to a very bright, pale orange. I had bleached my hair once with ion cream lightener and 20 vol developer. Processing time was less than 20 min. I used the Blond Brilliance purple shampoo and let that sit on my head for about 20 min.. my silvery and platinum highlights were avoided and roots were the only area covered. The color was a beautiful golden beige upon rinsing with random spots of orange. After deep conditioning, I used color booster step 1, 20 vol developer, and 050 on the orange areas. I used a 2:1 ratio. Processing time was 10 minutes. My orange hues were gone and the roots are now gorgeous and medium beige blonde. Sally Beauty workers complimented me on my hair the next day and asked me for the specifics. I had promised one of the girls I’d show her the finalized job and am very happy with the final results. The blue cancelled out the orange and my ash blonde from the salon remained in tact with the appearance of depth. 
Answered by: Funsized
Date published: 2019-07-08

I am trying to go back to a blond. I have the hair color which is an ultra light natural blonde. I want to get a toner just in case it comes out too brassy/orange. My growth is medium brown with lots of silver. I was thinking of using T-10 toner afterward

Asked by: Epiphany415
T-10 is for light blonde hair and will not help with brassy/Orange tones. May I suggest a T-18.
Answered by: Marketa01
Date published: 2019-09-13

Can I use t10 and 050 together 

Asked by: Tdelicious
Absolutely just make sure you do not overuse the color if you use too much of the violet it will make your hair dark just be sure to mix it accordingly I would do 1/4 of the violet 3/4 of the other and there are several others  I have mixed several of their toners , Play with it in his mind out the way you like it best you can even do a test strand because the 050 will make your hair dark if you overuse it
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-06-29

I have level 5 base hair w/balayage highlights level 7/8. I'm going for a cool/neutral mushroom brown look. I'm keeping my level 5 base, and would like to color/tone my highlights to cool/smoky level 6/7. Will adding Wella 050 to 7A color achieve that?

Asked by: BlondeWahine
Yes, but no more than 5mL, or you will have a hint of purple/blue on some of the lighter areas. If you still have a hint of the purple/blue, it will be gone in 2 days AND 2 washings. Remember to double the developer for the 5mL. That would be 5mL 050/ 10mL developer. Do not go higher than a 20% developer.
Answered by: Joknowsstuff
Date published: 2019-06-26
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