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Color Charm Pale Ash Blonde Toner

566 by Wella
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Color Charm Pale Ash Blonde Toner

566 by Wella
SBS-800274
$6.69

Color Charm Pale Ash Blonde Toner is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 13.
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  • Vibrant, long-lasting, fade-resistant results Long-lasting, true-to-tone color Economical 1:2 mix ratio
    Wella Color Charm Permanent Liquid Hair Toner with Liquidfuse Technology saturates, penetrates and fuses with the hair to deliver vibrant color that is exceptionally fade resistant. The extra mild formulation is ideal for creating delicate shades of blonde – like platinum and beige and neutralizing unwanted warmth after lightening. Great for toning pure double processed blondes.

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  • Pre-lighten the hair to desired level before applying toner. Mix 1 part Wella Color Charm toning color with 2 parts 20 volume Wella Color Charm developer. Apply to towel dried hair then, develop for up to 30 minutes. Check frequently to see if desired results are achieved.
  • You can customize the toner formula by intermixing shades. For example, if you want a shade that is in between an ash tone and a warm tone, try mixing equal parts of T-18 and T-14 with equal parts of T-11 or T-35.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exactly as described Loved the transformation it gave my previous nasty brass look. Used 050 with it, 2 caps. Deff could have left it on longer for an even icyer look.
Date published: 2020-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Developer Lightens It, Not Toner! hust make sure your hair is light enough before toning! i see kther comments saying that it lifted their dark roots, thats the DEVELOPER and not the toner. deceloper is what lifts your hair so make sure you’re using the right one or applying it only on light blonde parts! i love this product!
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A GROSS WEIRD BLUISH GRAY--JUNE 2020 SO. I wanted to bleach a little bit more about over a week or so later, lots of conditioning treatments ect, sooo I wanted to tone after since I might not color it for a while. UM. Hair was near bright/blonde with little bits of very light yellow, and wanted to get rid of the tones. THE PROPER DIRECTIONS AREN'T EVEN ON THE BOX??? WHAT. I'm not kidding. I thought it looked weird. I was researching the right toner to get a lot prior, and it wasn't turning purple...but grey. I looked it up online for more. It says for LIGHTER 10 minutes/ and for DARKER?!? 30 minutes The box JUST says 30 minutes. Gods, WHY? Ugh this *royally* sucks. Why does the box not have full instructions? That is SO not cool my dudes. [wella, not sallys, /] Any suggestions for a toner that doesn't suck? >< I've use well pale blonde before and it was a lot better, but still more of a darker blonde than I was going for, it turned my bleached hair darker too...ugh.
Date published: 2020-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Use VOLUME 10 Developer NOT 20 Only works for a little then washes out quickly. Also, be sure to use the ash colors not the beige colors for orange correcting. Overall quick fix for toning. I made the mistake of using the same vol 20 developer I used for bleaching as well as the tober and it made my roots orange. Avoid this by using vol 10 developer for the toner to deposit color without lifting.
Date published: 2020-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well to get your brassy tones out. This worked well to get brassy tones out, but make sure your hair is light enough. The way I bleached my hair turned out pretty uneven and very orange. This definitely helped my hair become less brassy, but just make sure your hair is light enough or else it won't work as well. For me, I was going purple so I didn't care as much, but if you are trying to go blonde, I would say make sure you get the right toner from the wella line for the shade you are going for.
Date published: 2020-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent I bleached my medium/dark brown hair 3 times, toned it with wella t18, used purple AND blue shampoo and nothing would get rid of the warm yellow&orange tones in my hair. I saw a video of a girl using this along with the 050 additive also by wella and it got rid of the warm tones in her hair, so I tried it out and it FINALLY completely got rid of all of the orange and yellow in my hair. Definitely a silvery blonde but I like that a lot better than a blonde that’s too yellow/orange. This toner is really perfect for banishing warm tones, much more than the popular t18 - at least for me
Date published: 2020-05-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Turned hair grey and green My hair was a nice warm blonde, wanted to tone it to make it a little less yellow and now I have grey hair with green roots! Not at all what I expected from this product and am highly disappointed. Hope it washes out..
Date published: 2020-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My go-to! I have naturally dark hair, and have been wearing it white for a couple of months. Every time I bleach, I follow up with this toner and then the Ion toner to get my white.
Date published: 2020-04-21
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I need to get rid of the gold in my hair that I bleached with quick blue 2 weeks ago. At that time, I used wella t18 with half 10 volume and half 30 volume since I didnt have 20 volume developer. it didnt do the job completly. what toner do you recommend?

Asked by: pattied61
T18 will only work if your hair is pre-bleached/lightened to a level ten (pale pale yellow almost white blonde)- since the toner deposits only, and doesn&rsquo;t lift to a lighter level, it won&rsquo;t do much if anything. If the lightened was left on for a bit longer the toner would have worked, and you wouldn&rsquo;t have the goldeny tones. So there&rsquo;s two things you can do- You can get a different toner for a level 8 or 9 which have more golden tones. Or Re lighten to a level ten and use T10, T14, or T18, which work beautifully, and will also help to remove any residual &nbsp;brassy and warm golden tones, and leave you with a bright, light, beautiful blonde hair. These toners work pretty fast so keep a close eye while it&rsquo;s toning. I&rsquo;ve used this line a lot and have learned through trial and error and just in the field of cosmetology so I hope this advice helps you somewhat. Good luck on your hair journey lol! Best regards and happy blonding!&nbsp; Irene&nbsp;
Answered by: Irene Shocklee
Date published: 2020-07-31

If I apply T14 to my already bleached hair will I be silver or do I need to add something else in the mix?

Asked by: LoriKay55
It depends on a few things. 1) How much lift you have, meaning the brightness of blonde. Your hair must be lifted to a level 10 in order to get any results from this toner, since it designed for level ten blonde which is pale pale blonde. Since toners deposit only, T14 toner won&rsquo;t lift further, rather deposit an overlay of tone. It won&rsquo;t go silver, it will give a cool tone ashy blonde- but just watch it closely as the recommended 25 minutes may be too long. If you don&rsquo;t like the cool tones that can be a bit ashy, T18 is a good alternative for bright pale blonde, or T10 for a neutral blonde. I find it&rsquo;s best to watch the toner closely and even spray a strand with water to see the true color. Hope that helps! I do have A lot of experience with these toners and cosmetology so I hope this helps you achieve your desired look. &nbsp;Happy toning! :) &nbsp; &nbsp; Irene
Answered by: Irene Shocklee
Date published: 2020-07-31

If you use this toner do you have to add anything to it? Or just pour it on your hair?

Asked by: grandma70
you'll need a developer, probably a 20 volume would work!
Answered by: mad170na
Date published: 2020-04-18

My hair is orange from bleaching out the previous color which was red n I want to know what toner would best suit my hair to remo e orange

Asked by: Trisha78
You need something with a blue base to cancel the orange.
Answered by: Rach5526
Date published: 2020-07-22

So it says to use 20 volume developer. Can i use 30 volume developer??

Asked by: Pointofview

I want to use Wella painting balayage lightener. Is this product to be used at the same time? Or at a later date? My concern is that it would be another application with developer.&nbsp;

Asked by: H2iam37o

Dying my hair (gray &amp; brown roots) with 8A &amp; 7R which I&rsquo;ve been doing. Planning on doing a few highlights with bleach. Want to use a toner. Will using this with 20 developer as instructed mess up/fade my light brown hair that&rsquo;s also dyed?

Asked by: JenDavny

Do use the toner first or after color

Asked by: Josie loves ant
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