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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 993.
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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.

    Wella Help Line:
    1-866-722-4146
    Our hotlines are open from 8:30am to 8:30pm Monday – Friday and 9:00am – 6:00pm Saturday & Sunday EASTERN TIME.

     

  • 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 As expected Good coloring. It was a little darker than I thought but can't really tell on the computer, easier when you can go to the store lol
Date published: 2020-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good product Easy to apply, no mess, only takes minutes and not expensive
Date published: 2020-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Self preservation. Ha! Very simple to mix and apply. Thank you for allowing me to be seen in public during pandemic. Ha!
Date published: 2020-05-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awful, do not buy!!!!! It is the worst hair coloring product I’ve ever used. Used dark blonde which made my hair almost black. Very difficult to squeeze out and does not mix well. Stay AWAY from this!
Date published: 2020-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I really like this brand! Because it’s a gel, it is less messy, and goes on easier. I’ve been using this brand for many years, and I love it! It looks natural, and my hair feels soft and not dry!
Date published: 2020-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Color! I've been looking for this color for years! I mixed the 6W praline color with 10 volume creme developer in a 1:2 dye to developer ratio then let it process for 30 minutes. I would describe the color result as pumpkin pie filling or peanut butter. The dye is a gorgeous flaming, deep orange before mixing and a beautiful pumpkin pie filling color once mixed. My natural hair color is dirty blonde, which transitioned to a warm light brown after using this dye. I did not change the level of darkness-I just warmed up my hair. Other dyes tend to make my hair too red, whereas this one nicely just replaced some of the cool tones in my hair with warmer ones. Also, I relaxed my hair a month before using this permanent dye, but it did not fall out after being dyed. Perhaps this was because I used 10 volume developer as opposed to a stronger one. Anyway, gorgeous pumpkin pie filling or peanut butter color result without being too red. This is a stunning, natural-looking light brown color. Also, the gel dye is superior to the liquid and creme dyes, because it has the right balance of being wet enough to not dry out but not being so wet it drips off your head. The gel dye is slightly cheaper than the other kinds too. Shipping was quick. 10/10 would recommend.
Date published: 2020-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Love this product. Buy in store a lot but ordered because of covid
Date published: 2020-05-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Strawberry Blonde not Golden Blonde My daughter was a bit disappointed because her hair has a strawberry blonde look now. She thought it would be golden blonde, not red/orange blonde.
Date published: 2020-05-21
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If u do have it how much do I need to cover my all gray shoulder length hair? Thank u

Asked by: Squirrel 2020
I use 2 TBS heaping Wella Colorcharm Cream Developer and 1 TBS heaping of Color Charm Gel Permanent Hair Color to cover my roots. I have a very little of the color solution remaining. When I touch up the color on my already colored hair, I add an equal amount of shampoo to the remaining leftover color solution. I put the shampoo/color solution on the rest of my hair and let it sit for 5 minutes. Then rinse, shampoo, and deep condition my hair.
Answered by: Dedie624
Date published: 2020-05-16

How much developer do you need to add to the color to cover gray and make the color last for cinnamon

Asked by: Cari7789
if you have a lot of gray, use #30 developer. It's a one to one ration. One ounce of color, one ounce of developer.
Answered by: BetSobon
Date published: 2020-05-16

From the Wella Color Charm line, which color is copper, 643/7WR or 729/8RG?

Asked by: MRob3000
643/7WR I use this color and it does not show copper on my hair.
Answered by: helen55s
Date published: 2020-05-11

I need a demi and permanent color in the same color like a dark brown

Asked by: fendi1120
N3 super dark brown and n4 little lighter, 
Answered by: Annie1234
Date published: 2020-05-11

i have dark blonde with highlights, used light blonde 8N/811 and it turned my hair redish brown, not blonde at all. I am looking for touch up around face and part highlights. what color should i use?

Asked by: LK 000000
Try 9g with 40 dveloper. 1 oz 9g to 2 is developer. It 1:2 ratio. I usually add 9g and 10n together for a real lighter blonde. Same ratio. 1 oz. Of each color and 2 oz of developer for each color will do my roots for my whole head. So adjust as needed. Again 1:2 ratio. The N color neutralizes the color so it does not get brassy.
Answered by: Barbara217
Date published: 2020-05-07

I have medium brown hair about 50 percent gray. I don't want a flat color. How do I get color with natural looking different tones

Asked by: Anonymous
I have the same and I use Wella permanent hair color I use cinnamon brown and I addhalf of the amount dark golden brown and it gives me brown with a little golden and red high lights. Every ones hair is diff. you may half to play with the amount golden brown you use the next time you color it. I get lots compliments on it.
Answered by: CARROLL55
Date published: 2020-05-04

I’ve been using 940 w/20 vol. cream developer forever and it basically matches the swatch. I would like to a level or 2 darker and add some red in. Can that be done?

Asked by: Joolz6868
Definitely! I go down a number for it to be darker and add a bit of auburn or wine color to it. I don’t have the swatches here so I can’t give you numbers. Good luck. I love their products 
Answered by: Hannah Hallandale beach F
Date published: 2020-04-29

I have a blonde color hair used from my beautician. She uses a level 8 and 9 mixed together. I am 58 years old and very gray without color. My natural color is a dark brown. What should I use to color my hair with a wella color. my color now is blonde

Asked by: LDYDIIII
Hello I am a professional. Don’t use ash because you already have a grey base color and using ash will just add more grey, to cancel gray you will have to use a Warm. So you can Use 8NG.
Answered by: Janerockstar salon
Date published: 2020-04-28
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