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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

Color Charm Gel Permanent Hair Color is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1541.
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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:
    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 Beautiful color! This is a color I've worn for years and still love it!
Date published: 2020-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wella color charm permanent Love Wella permanent. No terrible ammonia Odor!!!! And also, I Like Sand Blonde. Wish I Could get a lightest golden Blonde.
Date published: 2020-11-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Way too dark I bought the light brown color to match my natural color, but it is soooo much darker. My ends almost look black. My hair also feels very dry.
Date published: 2020-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wella Gel Color The color worked great for my base. Need to try highlight now ;)
Date published: 2020-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from darker than expected great coverage, horrible smell, and darker than exepected. left my hair dry but after a conditioning treatment it feels good.
Date published: 2020-11-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Darker than expected.. It cane out much darker for me than the color swatch suggested, it was basically black
Date published: 2020-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hair It gives me the perfect color I’m looking for and makes my hair so shiny.
Date published: 2020-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used this color for years I've used this color for years and haven't been able to buy it in my local store, so I ordered some online.
Date published: 2020-10-19
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My hair is a bright 613 I want to go darker. Maybe a light 27. Since my hair is already blonde can I opt out the developer? What should I do? What brands should I use?

Asked by: Pinkiiiii
Use the 10 volume with the next darker color
Answered by: gloeva77
Date published: 2020-10-04

I have medium to dark blonde roots coming in & the rest is a light blonde. Can I bought 10N/ satin blonde with 20 volume developer. Can I use this on the roots & then pull through to the ends the last 10 minutes? Or do I need to bleach the roots first?

Asked by: Abbeyburns
The method you're suggesting is the way I've touched up my roots for many years. It should work fine.
Answered by: indsecco
Date published: 2020-08-30

Will this cover pink

Asked by: BROKEN40
Not for sure with the pink but I have a lot of heavy grey at my roots and it does a good job of covering that. I use 20 vol and equal parts,,,,
Answered by: barbee16
Date published: 2020-08-29


Asked by: RIVERMOM50
N generally stands for neutral or natural.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-08-14

My color gel box says 7AA/632. I can't find that number in your list. Help!

Asked by: annet7228
Use 7a. 7a is ash. 7aa is more ash.
Answered by: Stylistnpsychiatrist
Date published: 2020-08-03

What does the color 12A frosty ash look like? I am assuming it is ash toned but is it ashy gray, because in the picture it looks like it is almost white? If I am looking for a color that is icy platinum blonde (not gray) is this the right color for me?

Asked by: BlondeJess
You would probably want something with a violet base, not an ash base, but if your hair is dark you will need to lighten it with bleach first. The outcome of every color application depends on the color/level of hair your applying it to. I hope that helps. 
Answered by: DanniStylist
Date published: 2020-07-27

What % developer do I use with the Wella Color Charm 507 gel?

Asked by: Frenchi P
If you want to deposit the color only, use 10. If you want a lift and deposit use 20.
Answered by: Coop0105
Date published: 2020-07-09

What color will 9NG turn newly bleached hair? 

Asked by: Erinrocks1977
I would deep condition newly bleached hair. If I could, I would wait five days before applying 9NG. It should be true to the color swatch chart.
Answered by: Stylistnpsychiatrist
Date published: 2020-07-09

Hairdresser used 12ng to color my grays, you dont have this number, what should i use?

Asked by: IsabelBB
We are sorry to hear that you could not find your color with us. SBS-800487 12N/1200 Blonde Claire may be a good alternative to the 12NG that you were using, though the colors will not have exactly the same results. If you decide to try a new hair color we would recommended that you perform a strand test. In a strand test you would color a small section of your hair with the new color in a place that isn't noticeable, follow the processing directions, and see how you like the color.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-06-17

Hi I used 10NG Wellacharm. I really want a light blonde like 12C. My hair is very honey blonde will I need to bleach it? I use developer 20 for sensitive skin but not sure that will get me the color I want.

Asked by: Tracy0901
Everyone's hair takes color different, if you want a professional look you should go to the beauty salon but if you are already a light blond you should not need bleach. Depending on how your hair grabs the color you may need a higher developer. The 10NG seems to be a strawberry blond so you may not grab the C in the 12 C everyone is different. Good luck
Answered by: Vikkiscats
Date published: 2020-06-11

how long is the tube of color good for if I only use half per color and close cap tightly after use? also how long is the 20 vol creme developer good for if I only use part bottle?

Asked by: karena20
I color my hair every 3 to 4 weeks and the bottle of developer last me until it is gone. Not sure how long the hair color would last but I do know it lasts a month because I use half one month and use the other half the next. I mix two colors each time I color my hair. 
Answered by: Mimi2island
Date published: 2020-07-11

I have dark brown hair and was thinking of going to light brown or light ash brown. Can I just develop this with 30V developer and see lighter results or should I try to bleach my hair first? (I am trying to avoid bleaching if at all possible)

Asked by: shelleydoodle
I have used this product for over 20 years I’m a brunette and all I use with it is 20 volume depending how often you use it gets lighter 
Answered by: I use cream dev
Date published: 2020-07-11

would a light golden brown be good to use if the natural hair color is brown and grey. Not very experienced with color. I also want to use Sand Blonde foiling for highlights.

Asked by: sharontuc
Yes. A light golden brown would be good. You never want to use a dark color. But if your hair pulls red easy, then you would want to use a light ash brown. And the highlights after the color would be good.
Answered by: Cindy208
Date published: 2020-05-31

Does this need developer on dark brown hair?

Asked by: Nicole1983
Yes it does, but I believe 20 volume might do better with dark brown.
Answered by: MsJoleen
Date published: 2020-06-22

I use 3rv black cherry, what developer works best for longer lasting color.. 20 or 30?

Asked by: Karrey 337
I didn’t think the numbers of developer indicated how long they would last.   I have been using 20 for 30 years as it works best on gray hair.    10 is good if you are going darker.   30 and 40 would be for lighter hair - not for your color    Hope this helps!
Answered by: Pat19355
Date published: 2020-07-11

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: 2020-07-11

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: 2020-07-05

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: Annie555
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: 2020-06-01

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: 2020-05-15

Which of the permanent color solutions will give the most coverage on white hair? Are the products complete? I am looking at a 6N blond hoping that it will not be ashy as it will be used to cover white roots and over processed hair otherwise.  

Asked by: roberta123
I use 6N Color Charm gel to cover white roots and it works very well. You need it mix it 2 to one with 20 Cream developer. That’s one part gel to 2 parts developer. Leave on roots 30 to 40 minutes. 
Answered by: Bebes Muse
Date published: 2020-04-27

using wella 7n gel have blond highlights that are getting brassy. what can I use to take out the brassy color.

Asked by: rosemarie l
Date published: 2020-04-26

Hi - what ratio of color to developer do you recommend? and do you measure by volume or weight? thanks

Asked by: ejohnson33
I measure by volume: 2 oz of developer equals 1/4 cup. Fortunately this product is quite forgiving. You don't have to be painfully precise.
Answered by: Roving Expat
Date published: 2020-05-17

what developer do I use with wella color charm gel permanent color?

Asked by: Judiemah
I use Ion sensitive scalp 20vol. and works perfect, and has a pleasant fragrance, love it.   
Answered by: xenasridge
Date published: 2020-04-30

is the 5WV Cinnamin the color of purple?

Asked by: Kristina73
not really sure google the color or a color swatch. keep the color of the hair that will be being colored in mind
Answered by: Janell8106
Date published: 2020-04-22

Just got wella color charm permanent gel Haircolor.  Didn’t order developer. Can this be used alone on gray roots or do I need the developer to make this work!?! 

Asked by: Charlotte214
You need developer! I believe 30 is what is mostly recommended.
Answered by: cabinlife
Date published: 2020-04-21

For the 1N hair color (Black) I should use a 10 volume developer over my bleached hair correct?

Asked by: Gina M B
Yes but you may want to apply possibly a lighter shade or 2 (depending on how dark you are wanting) directly to your hair first as a color filler so will not turn out blotchy!
Answered by: Tbryant75
Date published: 2020-05-06
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