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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 4.6 out of 5 by 453.
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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 Blondie I use the Frosty Ash and it really helps remove the brassy tones from my blonde.
Date published: 2019-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect blonde I finally found the perfect gold blonde with no orange..9nn
Date published: 2019-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from New Fave I used the ION brand for years but the color wasn't staying on my grays so then i switched to AgeBeautiful and was kind of meh about it. So i tried this brand in 5RV. At first i panicked cuz it was orange when i squeezed it out but i assure you it turns out as a dark brown with violet undertones. haha My only grioe was that it was really difficult to squeeze the gel out. Maybe i got a defective tube?
Date published: 2019-11-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Washes out way too fast. I dyed my hair using the permanent color and was too disappointed. I’ve colored my own hair for years and this was the worst I’ve ever used, box colored considered. It never washed clear even after washing my hair two weeks later for a third time. When it rained or I sweat (gym) I could smell the hair color still. It faded so much and my hair looks worse than before since I was covering my blonde for the season.
Date published: 2019-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the Best! As always shopping for hair products at Sally’s is convenient and friendly. Always my favorite in haircare!
Date published: 2019-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Color Charm Gel Permanent Hair Color color charm is a great product, I have used this product for years
Date published: 2019-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Color For Me Love this color, Medium Ash Brown, it’s the perfect color for me and it covers all my grays!
Date published: 2019-10-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Gave up I gave up on Wella. Washes out too easily. Does not last.
Date published: 2019-10-12
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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
I’m sorry but I’m not a professional. I don’t color my hair any longer as I’ve gone gray!  Good luck!
Answered by: ummabear
Date published: 2019-12-10

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

What is the formula of color to perixide

Asked by: Manycolors
I use 1 part of color gel and 2 parts of Ion peroxide 20 vol, sensitive scalp (love the fragrance) , have lots of gray so I leave it for 45 mins works perfect for me.
Answered by: xenasridge
Date published: 2019-09-11

I just brought 1 box of this in 3N and the cream developer in the 3.6fl oz bottle. The box says 1:2 ratio so do i use the entire bottle of cream developer or just 2oz of it? My hair is already over processed and I do want to damage it bu adding too much 

Asked by: Devr0130
Measure out two parts of the developer for 1 part of the color. Depending on what you are coloring you may not need the entire box. I use 2tbsp of color with 4 tbsp of developer for my entire roots. Hope this helps. 
Answered by: Shirleyofaspen
Date published: 2019-09-09

Hi ,my hair is like a dark red brown color, but I'm not feeling the red tone on my hair it show more in the sun, I want to dye my hair again, what color should I use to cancel the red tone in my hair to like a neutral color? Please help...

Asked by: Jayy1923
Hi there!! I would suggest doing a One N Only Color Fix with argan oil to remove that red color off your hair first, unless you wanna keep having that red undertone showing through every and any color you finally choose to put on. The process is simple but tedious yet not explained thoroughly (use bottle 1 and 2 (mixed in equal amounts in a bowl) mix enough quantity to cover the length of your hair properly saturated. If you got mid to long hair, get 2 boxes to be safe. Apply onto hair and comb through with a wide toothed comb for better covering. Leave it on for 20-30 mins then wash and rinse with water for another 15 mins to remove as much dye as possible. Apply a portion of the bottle number 3 on your hair for 5-7 mins to check for remaining dye, if your hair stays the same color it was when you first rinsed the number 1 and 2 mix, then that means you got no remaining dye to remove and you are safe to proceed with whatever color you pick. BUT if on the other hand, some of the old dye comes back after applying some of the bottle number 3, then that means you still got dye on your hair and you will need to repeat the first process (reapply a mix of bottles number 1 and 2 equal amounts, etc) to keep removing more dye from your hair. Do not repeat this process more than 2 or 3 times. It's better to do this right so you don't get a nasty surprise when applying your new hair color and having the old one show back up when you apply it. Unless you're planning to bleach your hair afterwards, i would advise you go this route first of removing as much dye as possible by checking for remaining dye with the bottle number 3. If you're planning to bleach your hair you don't need to do the last step of bottle 3. It is tedious but it is economical compared to what a salon will charge you, it's safer than bleaching the unwanted dye off and it's better to prepare your hair for a brand new color that looks like a million bucks!!! Hope this helps!!
Answered by: Dj Mommy
Date published: 2019-07-16

Hair type: dark brown almost black virgin hair  Goal: cool toned ash blonde/bronde Options: Medium ash blonde/medium beige blonde/hazel blonde/light ash blond/ smokey ash blonde Rules: No brassiness/no bleach How to use it? WellaColorCharm only

Asked by: AshleyGigi
Meeeee is correct you can not get that shade of blonde on that dark hair without bleaching first. Then you need to know where to stop on the bleach. Use a toner then, not a hair color. I’ve been a hair dresser for over 30 years. My suggestion would be to go to a good hair dresser and let her do it for you. You’ll be much more pleased with the results. Doing a two process job yourself not knowing the trade, could end you up with your hair on the floor. Same with the touch ups. If you overlap that bleach, it breaks off at that point.
Answered by: Lani7575
Date published: 2019-11-15
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