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Color Charm Permanent Liquid Toner

Color Charm by Wella
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Color Charm Permanent Liquid Toner

Color Charm by Wella
WELLA17
$6.69

Color Charm Permanent Liquid Toner is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 663.
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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.
  • 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.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Silver-White Blonde One of the best toners available for silvery-white blonde color. It's critical to lighten (bleach) hair to at least a level 10 base for perfect results and most often requires a double process before toning. A bonding multiplier like Olaplex greatly reduces damage and works well with this toner as well as the Wella Powder Lightener.
Date published: 2020-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wella Color Charm Lightest Beige Blonde Easy to apply. Doesn’t dry your hair out as bad as some toners.
Date published: 2020-01-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I love buying these! Best one yet! Thank you!!!!!!!
Date published: 2020-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Toner Hard to wash out. But does a good job on removing the yellow
Date published: 2020-01-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from turned my hair orange i’ve used these toners countless times, but this time i decided to switch it up and get T10, as i normally get T18 or T14. well my hair turned orange. before toning it was just brassy, and now it’s orange. followed all the instructions perfectly and everything.
Date published: 2020-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great toner Covers nicely as long as you lift to required level first
Date published: 2020-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must for blondes I had my hair professionally highlighted after about 3 years doing it myself. I hated the result. Very brassy. I’ve spent an absolute fortune on purple shampoos and conditioners. Finally tried Wella T18 mixed with the Demi Permanent developer. Left on for 30 mins. Rinsed and conditioned. I’m in love. The results speak for themselves.
Date published: 2020-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WELLA IS MY GO-TO FOR MY HAIR THIS IS A GREAT PRODUCT AND I TRUST WELLA WITH MY HAIR!
Date published: 2019-12-31
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i have brown hair with highlights and the highlights are brassy what toner would help with that the best

Asked by: emily233
I use T18 to tone my bleach blonde hair to a nice ash blonde. This will tone your highlights for sure. Although with my dark brown roots turn orange if the toner and developer touch them so you should use a Purple Shampoo instead of the toner. The shampoo can be used as much or as little as you like and it won't turn your brown hair any color just cancel out any red tones in it. Shimmering Lights is my favorite and I usually leav it on for almost an hour when I really want to tone it to a lavendar hue. You don't need to leave it on that long though. 5 minutes is enough a couple times a week to help tone the highlights.
Answered by: Nicky_NIN
Date published: 2020-01-20

Is that a grayish blonde 

Asked by: Pam39212
No they're not
Answered by: Shazzie59
Date published: 2020-01-17

Is this a hair color? And can you use on hair that is frosted?

Asked by: shona1963
It is a hair color toner. It is meant to tone pre-lightened “bleached” hair. Use the color chart to determine what shade will work best to tone your specific color of pre-lightened blonde hair. 
Answered by: Robinlouise91
Date published: 2020-01-16

Im trying to get my hair from red to back blonde what would be good to get so i can go from red to blonde

Asked by: Lilmomma1107
I had red hair and you MUST try the Color Fix hair color remover by one'n'only first, then bleach, then use toner. It was a perfect transition to blonde for me and less harsh on my hair.
Answered by: Nikki1993
Date published: 2020-01-12

Does this toner come with the 20 volume developer or does it have to be bought separately? 

Asked by: Jeanne17
You purchase it separately.
Answered by: Gwendolyn21
Date published: 2020-01-05

What does a toner do? Do I use something else with it

Asked by: Linda352
A toner is a color depositing treatment. That means it does not lighten - if you want a lighter shade, you have to pre-lighten (think bleach). A toner deposits other shades to balance out reds/oranges/etc so that you end up with a nice variation of color on the level of lightness your hair already has. It can also do glossing (shine).
Answered by: CoastalBlondie
Date published: 2020-01-04

I got High lights done that are not very well blended .. I think I need to get this for my hair to “tone down the color” right ? Apply to whole head ? Thanks 

Asked by: KateLyn h
I see its been 2 months this was posted, but maybe this could help another. Toners are amazing and with the right combinations and watchful eye, can take just a few minutes to perfect a would be debokled [?] hair coloring.. For instance one could apply: A Wella Color Charm with 10/20 vol cream with Clairol 30,or 35, i cant recall exactly, but apply to wet hair just as you would apply bottled hair color; I recommend applying it thoroughly and quickly distribute it throughout the entire head. I typically worked it through with a mild shampoo. So, as soon as that is done, watch it change within your fingertips ... keep working it gently and AS SOON AS ITS THE DESIRED TONE.....WASH THAT HEAD!!! I RECOMMEND CONDITIONING YOUR HAIR PRIOR TO ANY CHEMICAL PROCEDURE. Find a good "Conditioning Shampoo" or Shampoo & Conditioner that work for you. The KEY to good hair; is finding the professional hair products that work for YOUR HAIR. Sorbie for instance works amazing with my hair texture and so forth. But for someone else, it might weigh down their hair. I used ipsy for more than 2 years and I gotta say it is SO WORTH signing up; unless of course, you have money to burn or work in the industry and already have established all the products you need. I found it amazing because of the, new to me, product lines, the vast array of products that arrive much larger than you'd imagine. From Hair masques, to pore cleansers, coconut and waterfall leave in hair conditioners. To every thing makeup, skin health and sunblocks, its fun and i now have a solid base of products that work for ME. I gotta say, when it comes to understanding color and having worked in the industry for years obsessed with hair coloring, I will forever carry these amazing little, simple really, hair coloring techniques, fixes if you will and I wish I could see your hair and share whatever I thought would get you the result your looking for, or what I think would be the trick. I really miss working in the industry so much. Its always so Exciting, styles evolve and change, fashion and hair are so much fun.
Answered by: OC strangest
Date published: 2020-01-03

I am looking for a blonde color with a violet base?

Asked by: Theola pinky
T14
Answered by: Hannahmay13
Date published: 2019-12-03
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