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Color Charm by Wella

Color Charm Permanent Liquid NN Suede Shade Collection

 Item WELLA16

What is it?
Wella Color Charm Liquid NN Shade Collection Suede Series shades will offer the ultimate in gray coverage without the added warmth. NN shades are for resistant gray/white hair, they contain extra pigment for stubborn coarse hair. NN shades contain more dye molecules so they give more depth to your final hair color result.

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What makes it special?
  • Contain extra pigment for stubborn gray hairs
  • Ultimate gray coverage
  • Add more depth to hair
Mix 1 part CC liquid color with 2 parts CC developer. Apply to the hair using either an applicator bottle or bowl and brush. Develop for 30 minutes and up to 45 minutes if additional depth or gray coverage is desired.
Color Charm NN shades can be mixed with other shades to obtain the color you want and the gray coverage you need. NN shades can also be used alone to achieve desired gray coverage. Color Charm NN shades offer the ultimate in gray coverage and should be used for stubborn resistant gray.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Even for Men This was a Test Run on using this Wella hair color. Boy was I surprised! It was very easy applying it on my hair. The resultant shade was just what I wanted. And my wife liked the color on me!
Date published: 2021-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Natural blonde hair Naturally looking blonde looks natural......
Date published: 2020-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fixed my "Hot Roots" Finally a color that covered all my gray and did not come out too dark. I had been using 5AA and 5NN, but even with Red/Gold Corrector I had "hot roots". The 4NN stopped all orange and brassiness at my roots and was not so dark that I had to wait a week for it to lighten up.
Date published: 2020-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous Color Love this product! Hair color is beautiful and shiny.
Date published: 2020-11-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good quality product but much darker than expected I was wanting to get some red tones out of my dark blonde hair and get my hair back to a brown color so I picked up 2 light brown ash and 1 medium brown ash (because they only had 2 boxes of light). I expected a lighter medium brown. My hair is now black. I am a bit freaked out, I will have to bleach is again to get back to light brown.
Date published: 2020-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My perfect hair color! Great item. Perfect color for me! Covers grey nicely
Date published: 2020-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well a color NN The NN line has lots of pigment in it, for a vary rich finish! Covers gray for 4to6 weeks before retouch and needs no other colors To enhance a natural look. Going one shade lighter than the 11 line is a good idea.
Date published: 2020-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hair color 9NN Love it! Like being out in the sun all day and in Arizona with temperatures spring breaking all time lows I needed that and it last so long...
Date published: 2020-09-19
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Hi I use 5nn wella color charm. I love the color but would like to make it a touch lighter. Which one should I use to mix with the 5nn?

Asked by: Arlene A
I used 5NN and it was too dark, so I went to 6NN and it was perfect
Answered by: cbuw7864
Date published: 2020-12-11

What solution do you mix it with to deposit the color

Asked by: ladyrendo66
Since I have dark hair, Wella's developer "20" gives a deeper shade. If I have highlights & a lighter look, then sensitive 30 developer is better for the health of your hair and maintain a lighter shade. For sure "NN" are better & longer lasting.
Answered by: Aamnahhy
Date published: 2020-07-02

looking for wella 7w caramel plus toner or mixture used to mix color with

Asked by: Judy Mison
I use Wella 5NN and develop it with 20 volume developer from Wella also. Good luck. 
Answered by: Jennlisz
Date published: 2020-05-11

Do the letters "NN" denote neutral shades? As in 5NN in the Wella Line?

Asked by: noname26
Yes it does!
Answered by: Missy670
Date published: 2020-04-12

I was miss sold this product. I applied 8nn to my whole head to darken up my bleach blonde “a level”. I would have needed the regular 8n. My hair is much darker than I wanted. Can I highlight this product in few months? 

Asked by: Color111
I'm not a bleach blonde. I'm more of a medium blonde but if I use an 8 in any shade (n, nn, w, a) it makes my hair look brown because my hair is so porous. Yes you can highlight it but it may damage it some. Maybe try using a high lift color next month to see if that lightens it up more for you before trying more bleach to highlight it. Like a 12 high lift blonde.
Answered by: Missy670
Date published: 2019-10-24

Can I use this product while pregnant?

Asked by: Jahazieltovar
I used Wella 4NN/5NN liquid permanent haircolor while pregnant, once every 5 weeks for my roots, on-scalp. The doctor said it was fine. I tried to minimize the fumes by leaving the bathroom door open and using the fan during the application; then I put on a plastic shower cap during processing, going about my housework. I think going to a salon and spending time in the chemical infused air would be worse. And yet, I know hair care professionals who have lovely children. ANYWAY, my daughter is just fine. She is almost three now, and as her hair is fine and thick and blonde instead of dark and coarse like mine, so perhaps she won't become prematurely white like I am.
Answered by: Debbie321
Date published: 2020-08-31

I mixed 6nn and 7nn to go a little lighter and did whole head. Still a little too dark. How long should I wait to do whole head again in just 7nn?

Asked by: Novice11
You can try just using a toner too. I use the #18 toner light ash blond. It might lighten you enough.I wait 6 weeks before using more product.
Answered by: Clo12345
Date published: 2020-04-17

I am 73 years old, lots of gray hair, coloring over it with a medium dark brown. It always seems to get too dark for me. Would like to start to soften or lighten up with rich brown coloring, because my face is getting older looking.

Asked by: glistening
 Neutral Med brown for gray coverage is usually labeled 5N. Move up to a lighter softer brown 6N. ..(6 N is a light neutral brown often labeled 6Neutral dark blonde).. or a blonde brown by mixing half 6N and half 7n. If you have any natural dark brown to cover, it may need ash added if you don’t like warmth.  If you are all white and want a tad of warmth, then you need to add a W or golden beige to N formula . NN labels have extra pigment for resistant gray where they take 1 shade darker. 7NN is equal to 6N in depth. NN is for resistent stubborn grey. You can also highlight over a light brown for contrast , softness and dimension . Leave this to a professional . Also never overlap root touch up onto the mid shaft and ends unless you desire muddy damaged hair that will take too dark then fade out too fast. Once you’ve overlapped , future applications will fade fast until hair is cut off for new healthy hair to work with. Proper application and formulation is the key. 
Answered by: Columbia
Date published: 2020-11-10
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