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Color Charm Gel Permanent Hair Color

Color Charm by Wella
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Color Charm Gel Permanent Hair Color

Color Charm by Wella
WELLA15
$6.69

Color Charm Gel Permanent Hair Color is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 484.
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  • Long-lasting, fade-resistant results Excellent gray coverage Results are true to tone
    Wella Color Charm Permanent Gel Haircolor provides the speed of liquid, conditioning and convenience of cream. Vibrant, long lasting, fade resistant results with Gelfuse™ Technology that saturates, penetrates and fuses with the hair to deliver vibrant color that is exceptionally fade resistant. Excellent gray coverage that covers the most resistant grays. Very predictable, the color you want is always the color you get. Versatility of use – bowl and brush or bottle and a translucent mixture for better control.

     

    Economical 1:2 mix ratio. Each tube makes 6 oz. of hair color 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 two weeks after the chemical service.

     

    Use of a creme developer with Beach Blondes High-Lift shades are recommended when creating highlights with foils.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shine! Color charm gel is the best hair coloring product that I have ever used. It gave my hair a healthy vibrant shine that I have never had.until now. It infused my hair with softness and moisture. I think there is a lot to be said for gel colorants. I hope it lasts after several washings.
Date published: 2020-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is Excellent I love Wella Color Charm products. Previously I used the liquid version, but this gel in the tube is even better. The consistency is easy to apply and does not run or drip. I mixed the color and applied with a bottle, then used a brush to ensure complete coverage. The finished results looked even and shiny, and the color is beautiful. I'm a graying natural blonde about 9 level and use 1036 Honey Blonde with 20 volume developer.
Date published: 2020-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My go to for color Consistent results, natural color, my hair is kind so I can reapply the color each time & not just focus on the roots or worry about blending. Covers grey, thankfully!
Date published: 2020-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Don't li kik e online. Confusion! I rather buy my products at sally's store. I didn't like the color.
Date published: 2020-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Long Lasting Color I used the Wella Color Charm a few years ago but then started using another brand. I decided to give the Wella another try a few months ago. The neutral shade still has some reddish hue to it but it definitely lasts a lot longer than other brands I have tried. There is a bit of a drying effect immediately after use but this can be rectified with a leave in conditioner.
Date published: 2020-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best hair color I bought this for a friend as they were out of the liquid and she said she likes it much better than the liquid.
Date published: 2019-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cyclamen color charm gel permanent hair color It’s a beautiful shade of chestnut reddish brown. I get sooo many compliments on this hair color.
Date published: 2019-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 12A on natural 6A only gets you to 9G I put the 12A on my natural level 6 Ash brown hair (think mouse color) and added extra Ash color additive processed for a whole hour with 30vol and it only took me to a level 9 and extremely golden/orange. Maybe I should've used a 40vol but maybe it should just work a little better. I expected it to atleast be a 10G or a 9A
Date published: 2019-12-27
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Which shade would give me a golden medium blonde? I have white/gray hair at roots. Find the gardnier medium blonde is too light now. Can't use ash cause white hair turns to gray. Would like to try gel color understand it colors better. Which color?

Asked by: Goldie392
Well, my hair is also white/gray and I started using a mix of medium and light blonde, Ash! adding drops of the red corrector plus (I don't like red tones), of course I apply only to roots, to protect my highlights, that I get re-done only twice a year. Now I'm using Color Charm permanent gel haircolor 7AA/632 Medium blonde intense Ash and as usual I add the drops of the red corrector (follow instructions about se), color is beautiful, blends perfectly with my hair and very stylish, as roots look just a bit darker giving an attractive contrast to the highlights. I hope this helps.
Answered by: xenasridge
Date published: 2020-01-14

What color developer.  I am going to use this color for the first time.  Used Loreal in the past in a red shade but it no longer is red when I am finished.  I will try Wella What color developer should I use?   I am totally gray.

Asked by: Kathy76H
If your totally grey you don't need a high volume developer. 20 would be perfect to lighten your hair and have less damage that comes from the 30 or 40 volume.
Answered by: Beckers42
Date published: 2020-01-13

My hair is salt and pepper but I really want to brighten the silver plus lighten the darker areas. What should I do?

Asked by: Armymom02
I would try a purple shampoo/conditioner first before using any permanent color products 
Answered by: Rebecca25
Date published: 2020-01-08

So, I have dark brown virgin hair. I want to go ash brown. Like a light ash brown color. Any tips/suggestions?

Asked by: Zeezee221
Stick with a green base. Green is Ash. But depending on the level ash you may also consider a blue. Hair color is based on the color wheel artists use. If that helps.  Also pay attention to the number on the color 1-10. 1 is black 10 is the highest lift blonde. Start with a medium brown. You can always reapply with a darker color. However you can not lift a color with a color so always lean to the higher number for the lighter color. 
Answered by: Scssrwzrd
Date published: 2019-12-22

What is a hair color level six

Asked by: Anonymous
Medium brown
Answered by: Vikkiscats
Date published: 2019-12-19

using wella #425 for years, came out perfect on my hair, why did they discontinue this color, nothing else works well for me tried other auburn by wella, but it does not work for me will you be coming back with #425

Asked by: rosebud828
I switched to the brand Koleston ..my hair place recommended it. Works beautifully.
Answered by: Lori1026
Date published: 2019-11-05

I used 7w caramel turned out too dark for me. How can I make it 3-4 shades lighter?

Asked by: LINDSEYS
Try washing a few times with Dawn Dishwashing liquid, then a deep conditioning treatment. If still not light enough, mix shampoo,water and a little powdered bleach and lather up and cover with plastic. Check every five minutes, then shampoo out and deep conditioner.Second method is a little more damaging.Dont leave on too long.
Answered by: Rebecca21
Date published: 2019-10-23

after bleaching the hair, does this need to be applied on dry hair? or is it okay to apply to damp hair?

Asked by: bellarosa
The color needs to be mixed with the developer and applied to dry hair. You should consult with a licensed colorist regarding previous bleaching and possible damage to your hair. 
Answered by: Rebecca25
Date published: 2019-09-13
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