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Color Tango Permanent Masque Hair Color

Color Tango by Wella
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Color Tango Permanent Masque Hair Color

Color Tango by Wella

Color Tango Permanent Masque Hair Color is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 323.
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  • Thick masque consistency that stays in place for a no-drip application Pleasant mimosa and ylang-ylang fragrance 1/2 moisturizing ingredients in every tube 100% gray coverage in just 30 minutes Reflective Shine
    Wella Color Tango is bold, fade resistant permanent cream hair color with 100% gray coverage. Formulated with Color Ignite Technology™ for intense, saturated, fade-resistant color and Moisture Embrace™ Technology to surround each hair strand for deep-conditioning, a smooth application, stunning shine and long-lasting color.

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  • How to Mix

    Mix 1 part Wella Color Tango Permanent Masque Hair Color with 1 part Wella Color Tango Developer in a 1:1 mixing ratio. Due to the thick masque consistency, we recommend applying Wella Color Tango with a bowl and brush.

    Process Wella Color Tango for 30 minutes to ensure 100% gray coverage. Always use Wella Color Tango Developer for best results.
    Wella Color Tango Developers:
    10 Volume: For going darker or maintaining the same level. 
    20 Volume: For optimum gray coverage and lightening up to 2 levels.
    30 Volume:  For lightening up to 3 levels and for more intense results through lengths and ends.

  • Use Wella Color Tango intensifiers to customize your color results - start by adding 1/4oz of the desired intensifier to your 2oz formula. Add the same amount of developer as the intensifier. 

    Color Tip: Wella Color Tango has a richer and more opaque color result in comparison to Wella Color Charm. If you are currently using Wella Color Charm, we recommend selecting a Wella Color Tango shade that is 1 level lighter than your existing shade to avoid getting results that are too dark. Remember to mix Wella Color Tango in a 1:1 mixing ratio and process for 30 minutes. 

    Use the Wella Color Charm Activating Lotion to deposit only color services, such as refreshing color through lengths and ends. 

    On-Trend Color Tip: Silver gray is one of the hottest hair color trends. You can create it using Wella Color Tango Intense Cool (IC). Mix 2oz Intense Cool + 2oz 10 Volume Wella Color Tango Developer. Apply on hair that has been pre-lightened to pale yellow and process for up to 15 minutes. Check every 5 minutes and shampoo once the desired tone is reached.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Switched from Ion to Well and love it I have been using Ion for years. Decided to try Chestnut and this is a keeper. Covers grey a lot better and has made my hair really soft and healthy. My new go to.
Date published: 2020-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it Love it the stores in my area never have it :( but it’s ok ordered it x2 now on
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from False hope It was suppose to be bright red and it came out dark red/brown. Not at all what I was expecting.
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT I LOVE 5NB and 6BB, both are great on gray coverage
Date published: 2020-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice hair color! Wife like this item...looks good....will buy again!
Date published: 2020-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I was expecting. This product mixed easily and had the expected color result.
Date published: 2020-06-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn’t get the product!!! I didn’t get the product. I already wrote regarding thus issue. Please, take a look on my order and return my money or send me a product. Thank you.
Date published: 2020-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great results Great coverage, leaves my hair super silky and shiny, better than before the touch up.
Date published: 2020-06-10
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Hello, I currently use Wella Color Charm. I mix 75% 5G/435 Light Golden Brown with 25% 5G/435 Dark Golden Brown with 20 Cream Developer. Which is the closest match in your Tango collection? I would like to try that for grey coverage. Thanks-Eve

Asked by: Eve 2019
I’m not sure about the color match...if you go to the website, they have a great chart and, they explain the levels, etc. Tango is GREAT for Gray coverage!  It’s a mask consistency so,it wraps around each hair and does a great job, Also, remember Tango shades are about one level lower (darker) than your usual liquid/cream colors.. For example, I’m usually a 6R...Although Tango doesn’t make a 7R, the Wella site explains how to mix colors, using different developer strengths, and, how to make ‘Shine’ from your Tango without having to buy clear Demi color.. So, I will be a 7R in Tango and a 6R in other colors...  To make the 7R Tango, I mix, 6R and 8R evenly...perfect shade for me!  And...Remember, Tango is meant for 100% GRAY coverage! I use Tango cream developer, cover my Gray first so, it’s on between 40-45 minutes...  I hope this helps you.
Answered by: KCDoc1959
Date published: 2019-11-27

So i want 8r light ginger to be more lighter, and orange! Which peroxide I should use, or do I need to lift my hair to a level 9?

Asked by: ujtf5701
Use peroxide vol 30 if you have dark color in your hair, apply a COLOR FIX (one'n only) before use the 8R
Answered by: Gaisa2019
Date published: 2019-09-06

What developer should I use for 2P? Jet black. Trying to get it as dark and bright if possible.  My hair is already a faded black and it has tones of red and brown in it. 

Asked by: NormsJean
I would always use as low of a developer as possible. Once color fades your hair will return to its "natural" color. Developer helps bond color while also lightening hair (damaging hair) to that orangey brown us dark haired people are familiar with. I've had the same if not more success using the semi permanent (maybe demi?) black which doesnt damage hair and doesnt require developer.
Answered by: TeriAnne
Date published: 2019-09-06

Will Gray color work on Brown hair

Asked by: Jerlyn19
Answered by: pkwan999
Date published: 2019-09-22

i have a question can you mix the colors together

Asked by: belove12
Yes. This can however be complicated based on your hair color and type and the color your attemting to achieve. Wella's color chart available online provides this information. When in doubt I always recommend consulting a licensed cosmetologist.
Answered by: MichelleEva
Date published: 2019-04-30

Hi I normally use 6N and 7N 1/2 ratio . I want to go lighter 7N and 8 N 1/1 ratio. I have medium brown to slight dark with some grey especially patchy grey in front. Will this work and will my hair be light brown.?

Asked by: Meggie05
Hi, I would use a 40 volume starting from a half inch out. Or, even better - I'd start at my ends and do the lengths moving up to the 1/2 inch area. Then use a standard 20 volume on the roots. You can do it in one session or two.
Answered by: Debarelli
Date published: 2019-05-26

Do I need a developer with this hair dye

Asked by: Wandalejeune99
Yes. I use color tango 20 volume developer. 
Answered by: Salzburg
Date published: 2019-09-06

I want to try 8RRV because I want a bright red to know what developer should I use

Asked by: Melichavez
Depending on how damaged your hair is already and what color it is. The more damaged and lighter color currently, use a lower volume developer
Answered by: Kristy1016
Date published: 2019-04-07

Would I need to lighten my hair in order to use the 8R color? My hair is already light.

Asked by: Eracqoon
Answered by: pkwan999
Date published: 2019-03-30

I was told to mix two colors and the developer - 1 oz of each or the two colors and 1 oz of the developer totally 3 oz. in a bowl and apply. Then there will some left in the tube. Will it keep until next time?

Asked by: ice cream
Yes, the color will keep until the next time as long as you close it tightly.
Answered by: Wandamlh
Date published: 2019-03-28

Hi ! I’ve been dyeing my hair black for many years . Natural color is blonde . What should I be using for developer ? I’ve always used 20 but im wondering if that’s wrong and I should be using 10? 

Asked by: Alicia88
Hi ! It depends on how gray you are - if your not gray 10 volume 
Answered by: Shal1221
Date published: 2019-03-25

I have dark brown hair w/gray & its resistant to color. Someone said to try Wella, I haven't used it. I'd like to go a little lighter, more warm brown/auburn type that is multidimensional. What colors, toner, could I use, to get this, & level developer.

Asked by: Jenny5176
Hi Jenny, I also have dark brown hair with grey. When I decided to try the Wella Color Tango, I asked a few people in the store, who were hairdressers, about what to use. One experienced hairdresser told me to use a #30 developer. It helps the color to penetrate, but make sure to leave color on your roots for a longer period of time, especially if you have any white hair. I mix equal parts 5NN (Chestnut Brown) with 6R (Auburn). The color lasts very well, and even when it fades it's still very nice - no brassiness. Hope that helps.
Answered by: Maryanne224
Date published: 2019-03-23

I use the color black cherry what color would be closest to that in the tango version.

Asked by: Lotus916
I can't say for sure, but Ruby (RV) and Deep Plum (3V) mixed together looks like it might be a close match to the Black Cherry. Ask in store to be sure, I color my hair with Black Licorice (1NN) so I don't know how well any of their other colors work but the 1NN is the most pigmented of all the black dyes I've used over the past 10 years, so hopefully their other colors are just as good.
Answered by: Kathleen916
Date published: 2019-03-20

Will mocha or dark chocolate brown cover up my red dyed hair? I don’t know what to use to get the red out 

Asked by: Tori8595
My daughter purchased black blue to cover up light brown hair color.  It looks good at the beginning, but it seems to wash off every time she shampoos her hair.  It says permanent hair color on the box, but I dont believe it is.
Answered by: Hala1234
Date published: 2019-03-15

I really want like a burgundy color but my hair is a medium brown and blonde balayage. What developer should I use

Asked by: Micaella98
I'd say a 20 vol
Answered by: Kristy1016
Date published: 2019-03-07

i have a question can i mix the colors together

Asked by: belove12
Yeah. I always use 6R and 66RV for red and they always mix beautifully.
Answered by: LexieRose
Date published: 2019-03-13

My hair is dark brown how can get it closer to deep plum as possible? Or can i?

Asked by: Cupcake69
Answered by: Vwhite25
Date published: 2019-02-27

I have a lot of red tones in my hair. I am wanting to get it to a med brown without red. Which Wella color should i use. I was told to use 7R with a packet i mixed in that keeps red at bay and now my hair is more red than it was when i started.

Asked by: lydjan37
I regularly use 6NN, which is a darker brown with no red tone (ashy). I would stay away from the Wella Tango dyes that have "R" in it's color label -- I believe the "R" means it favors red. I have also used the Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus as a mix in when highlighting to neutralize orange/brassy tones.
Answered by: Janis003
Date published: 2019-02-23

how well do the shades 6R, 7RG or 6NN go over med/dark brown hair?

Asked by: nicolexo
I don’t know. I use 7NN and like it very much. 
Answered by: Salzburg
Date published: 2019-02-13

I colored my hair dark chocolate cherry for years then decided to go back to my natural color blonde. Now I want to go back to dark chocolate cherry but can't find it in any brand hair color. What do you suggest I use and what level of developer? Help

Asked by: Starfire41102
You will need to mix two shades.... Dark chocolate brown with burgundy or wine shade i am not sure on proportions
Answered by: Vwhite25
Date published: 2019-02-04

which color would be lighter? 7NN or 7B

Asked by: Sashac127
7B is darker and has a lot of red in it according to the color chart. But your base color and hair condition will also effect the outcome.
Answered by: Debinfl6
Date published: 2019-01-19

I purchased dark chocolate brown and it is orange in the tube is this correct?

Asked by: Jessica106
Hi Jessica,  Yes, it is ok! Almost all colors look completely different coming out of their containers than they actually are. The only time you need to be concerned with what the product looks like while coming out of its container is if it’s black. This means the product has already oxidized and is no longer good to use.
Answered by: TGCO 1980
Date published: 2019-10-07

I have dark brown hair but have lightened it what devolper should i use

Asked by: Neener69
I use the Tango 20 developer
Answered by: leeppeep
Date published: 2019-01-02

Dose this need a developer

Asked by: Becka 87
Yes, it does.
Answered by: KatSparrow
Date published: 2018-12-27

My hair is medium ash brown will the slate color work or should i go darker?

Asked by: Adin coco
Slate is a gray color, so if you want medium ash brown that color is not for you
Answered by: Tazzbat1
Date published: 2019-02-15

Does this fade to pink or just a lighter purple?

Asked by: Mama Traver
Faded pink, or straight to colour underneath. Washed out quick. Maybe 3 and I needed to recolor
Answered by: Robin89420
Date published: 2018-11-23

Is it like a kit? Does the developer come with it?

Asked by: AndrewMicki
No. It is just the tube of coloring. You will have to buy the developer separate, which will last you for many future colorings.
Answered by: TSSallys
Date published: 2019-11-09

What color brown or mixes with toner do I need to get a brown red multi dimensional color without bleaching/lifting color? (new to this)

Asked by: Reigny22
Depending on your level(5 darker-7 lighter brown) Mix that : “5NN” with 6warm or gold equal portions with 20 volume developer for 30 minutes 
Answered by: Arezou2002
Date published: 2018-10-22

Does this hair dye have Toner in it already or do i have to buy Toner itself??

Asked by: Love1010
You do not need toner. All I use is a 20 vol developer in the sensitive scalp. I use the ion sensitive scalp. They recommend you use the developer from the same line but it is not necessary. 
Answered by: Strong chick 83
Date published: 2018-12-13

I am looking for Beige Blond hair color, can you recommend color to use without peroxide

Asked by: Gracie10
I use the 9nn to get beige blonde. I have mostly gray hair though. You might want to try 8nn instead but it depends on what color you're starting from. I use 8nn to do lowlights over the 9nn. My hair tends to pull red, so the lowlights help to tone it down. I'm not sure if either will work if your hair is already dark. Maybe it will but I don't have any experience with that. Good luck! :-)
Answered by: Wordplay
Date published: 2018-09-22
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