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Color Charm 20 Volume Clear Liquid Developer

Color Charm 20 Volume Clear Liquid Developer

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SBS-800295

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  • Works with liquid, gel and lightener

Wella Color Charm developers are designed to be mixed with Color Charm permanent liquid and gel colors to give the best color results. Color Charm developers also activate Color Charm Powder lightener.

Color Charm 20 Volume Clear Liquid Developer is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If you want your scalp to burn like fire Don't do it. It's not worth it. I literally call this balding water. It is the worst. Also, it burns!!
Date published: 2018-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Developer Perfect color for 10 years now in the hands of a bigginner without the black accumulating
Date published: 2013-02-03
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Can I use the Wella Volume Creme Developer- or Wella Color Charm 20 Volume Clear with Semi Permanent Hair Color? What works best?

Asked by: manchester23
Both work well.
Answered by: Dee Moore
Date published: 2018-06-17

20 volume clear liquid developer is used for only demi-permanant?  I want to do a glaze on my client, but not sure which developer to use.

Asked by: 13Madge13
I use the 20 volume with permanent hair color. 
Answered by: Linda100
Date published: 2018-04-20

What do I use to streak my hair? I have extremely dark hair natural but I dyed it dark brown at least 6 months ago but now I'm looking to go blue and I'm not sure what's best to strip my hair

Asked by: Moee1994
If your hair is dark brown even dyed you are going to need 30 or 40 developer.
Answered by: lifelonglearner
Date published: 2018-04-15

What would happen if I didn't use gloves when dying my hair? Besides tinted hands.

Asked by: CharlotteTheWonder
Tinted hands and nails are a pain. 20 volume feels like a burn or biting, tingling. Any higher volume, you must wear gloves or it could cause skin damage.
Answered by: vickatpdx
Date published: 2017-07-31

What is the difference between the volumes?

Asked by: Barbara
There are 3 basic volumes- 20 (most common), 10 (for depositing color only) and 40 (for high lift colors). You can make a *30 by mixing equal parts of 30 volume and 40, or sometimes you can buy it but really, for the purpose of this, we'll pretend it doesn't enter into the equation. A 10 volume developer does not "lift"at all. In other words, if you apply a toner a shade or two lighter than your hair, you'll probably not see any change. A 10 volume is perfect for Demi permanent colors that basically refresh colors because you probably won't have a distinct root line or color build up, since this developer basically coats the hair with color and washes out gradually. A 10 developer is perfect for a person who is all Silvèr but likes to add a light blonde ash (looks more youthful) because it washes out gradually and roots are barely noticeable. Or maybe you're a natural redhead and want to give your own color a livelier boost- a 10 will do that without a permanent commitment. Make sure your color works with a 10. Ion Demi permanent colors are great for this because they give you the option of trying this before committing to it. Most of their colors will work with all 3. The nice thing about a 10 is that your gray doesn't absurd the color as well and in many cases looks like natural highlights, giving your colors dimension. A 20 volume developer is the most commonly used with most permanent colors except some "high lift" colors. They will lighten or darken your hair a couple of shades up or down and usually guarantee 100% gray coverage. You will have a noticeable root line, especially if you wait more than 4 weeks and you are more than two shades from your natural color. It will always wash out and end up lighter than the sample color except for black which tends to build up over time. Once you are more than 60% gray, I would not go darker or redder anymore. The white roots tend to be more visible (or invisible depending on how you perceive it) and the pink scalp showing through the translucent gray makes one look like they are either balding or Cruella DeVil- neither are good looks. (There is a blond out there for you and depending on your own undertones, you will choose a warm, neutral or cool.) One thing is for certain- eventually, we all go cool. A 40 volume developer is mostly used with high lift blonde colors that lighten hair from say a level 6 or 7 (darkish Browns) to a 9, 10 or even 11 (the palest blondes) and especially when the natural colors are very warm and you want to go with a cooler hair color like a platinum or light ash blonde. 40 Volume is also what you use with activators such as Clairol's Seventh Stage to pre bleach naturally dark (even black) hair so you can use a color like Wella's White Lady (my favorite platinum toner of all time). 40 volume developer and high lift colors are pretty tough on the hair so make sure once you do the entire head, you don't overlap on touch ups and try to not run it into the scalp- especially if you are pre-bleaching and toning. And to keep from over absorbing and further damaging ends, don't forget to purchase protein filler, a very inexpensive way to make sure your results are salon perfect. *If you find that your gray hair was resistant to a 20 volume even after increasing time- that's a good time to try mixing or purchasing 30 volume developer. I would always use the lowest volume my hair gets good results with. (I'm not going to lie- high lift and a 40 looks beautiful but BURNS for days after on me.) I have long (just past shoulders) mostly gray hair. Once every 2 years or so I may use a 40 with Ion's 12.A. It refreshes my color all the way down to the ends and removes (by bleaching) old color build up. After that I use the Wella T18 (no lift toner) to maintain the color and blend into my gray every 10-12 weeks or so. My color is a beautiful platinum blonde and the color blends really well with my roots as they grow out. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Pandora P
Date published: 2018-06-22

Is there a difference between the cream developer and the liquid developer?

Asked by: Sg123456

Do I use the whole developer bottle?with the color?

Asked by: Kristen l

I have platnum hair can I use 20 volume clear developer with my toner

Asked by: Kelliesh
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