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Color Charm Permanent Liquid NN Suede Shade Collection

Color Charm by Wella
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Color Charm Permanent Liquid NN Suede Shade Collection

Color Charm by Wella
WELLA16
$6.69

Color Charm Permanent Liquid NN Suede Shade Collection is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 131.
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  • Contain extra pigment for stubborn gray hairs Ultimate gray coverage Add more depth to hair
    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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  • 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 4 out of 5 by from 6nn, gray coverage im very satisfied with this color line. Good gray coverage, just a tad darker than redken 6nn, with a little more red tone in the sunlight. Doesn't stain your skin, can be applied with a bowl and brush or a bottle.
Date published: 2020-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Covered my white roots better than I expected! I was thrilled at how well this covered my white roots that had grown out of control during this time of quarantine. I was very happy with the end result. I haven’t dyed my own hair in over 25 years and was a bit scared to do so, but my colorist told me what color I needed and figured I couldn’t mess it up too badly. AND, I did an “ok” job.... certainly not as good as a professional.
Date published: 2020-06-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Weak color unless your hair is really lvl12 light It snells very strong and didnt make any difference on my pre lightened hair. Was fairly gentle though, or at least may hair didnt feel too dried out.
Date published: 2020-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hair color Love it. Have used for some time. Ordered due to covid and got it quickly. Didnt get gloves w order so couldnt apply.
Date published: 2020-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Covers gray hair very well! Price has almost double in the last 6 months though.
Date published: 2020-05-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it It works great on gray coverage. I use it on my roots in between visits to the salon!
Date published: 2020-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice surprise first time use Perfect color match and easy to use would recommend
Date published: 2020-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 6NN Wella Color Charm Easy to use - recommend a brush to apply. Nice coverage.
Date published: 2020-05-04
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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: 2019-04-20

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: 2019-03-30

I was using a 3N in Age beautiful, loved the color but it started to irritate, scalp was itchy so I tried Wella 3Nwarm darkest brown my roots were much lighter and wasn’t happy with that but didn’t irritate me should I try a 4NN suede?

Asked by: Asclark77
If you want your roots to be darker you should go down a number to level 2n. Level 4nn will be lighter than level 3n.
Answered by: Anne4774
Date published: 2019-02-06

my hair is fine, so I have 2 issues... I need a hair color that will take my hair from auburn to medium brown and won't damage my hair. Also, is there anything I can get to stimulate my hair to grow... thicker? longer?

Asked by: Ymmat0374
I have only used the 9nn and then the toners, I would ask in store most of the gals can really help. It's diet and genetics...Naturally for growth you can use bone broth and molasses daily..Generally good, as you are adding some collagen and minerals..(mixed together a tbl and tsp in a cup of hot water is easy)...you can do an overnight hair mask once a week of coconut and castor oil....(just wear a hair cover over it) Caster is a known hair growth stimulant...it does wash out fine if cut with the coconut..or use a commercial product with caster in it..
Answered by: Clo12345
Date published: 2019-10-24
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