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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

Color Charm Permanent Liquid Toner is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 683.
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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 Went from black hair to blonde hair with this prod Love this product amazing results I Highly recommend it
Date published: 2020-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works really well! I bought this two weeks ago! I also bought the 050 color additive I use the entire bottle of toner and half of the color additive and this was my before and after! Love this product
Date published: 2020-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Always does what it's supposed to do. Which is ton I have been using this product for years. First I pre lighten my hair per instructions then I tone it and it always comes out looking beautiful soft and silky. Sometimes I actually use the toner skin between lightning just to take out the rust from my water and it works very well. I do follow the instructions and keep track of the time. I also don't stick to the same color every time I go between t 14 to 15 and 18. And sometimes I mix them. I love this product and it works well for me. If you choose to use it I wish you all the best and I hope they never quit carrying it
Date published: 2020-02-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work Didn’t work , never turned purple Either. Waste of money and time
Date published: 2020-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Turned my medium blonde hair GREEN Bought this over heavy consideration between the t14 and also used with correct mixing of the 050 violet additive. My hair was very brassy since it was bleached from dark brown to the level it got up to perhaps an 8? Left it on for a half hour as instructed and yup my hair is ashy as it says but very very green toned. Not happy. Currently sitting with color remover! Yay for damaged hair....again! Sad face!
Date published: 2020-02-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from T14 Pale Ash Blonde I got T14 Pale Ash Blonde. I bleached my hair twice before this, from natural black to yellow so I could tone and dye purple. My hair was still soft and fine. Well it was after I used the toner that my hair got dry and fried. It worked by taking most of the warmth out but I'll be trying something else in the future.
Date published: 2020-02-04
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
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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
Answered by: Hannahmay13
Date published: 2019-12-03

I have let me hair go gray naturally, however, it lacks shine.  Will a toner correct this?  

Asked by: Carolyn0126
Yes but it will deposit color so get a silver/ blonde toner to give u the Grey shade.
Answered by: Willow87
Date published: 2019-11-30

If I want to get rid of my brasiness hair color what toner do i use?

Asked by: Letty Al
I would look at the T14 and/or T11 to try. I have very dark brown hair and when I used the T14 it really helped to make it less brassy. T11 also did a good job. I highly recommend while toning to use the Absolute Perfection part 1 and after part 2. It really made my hair so much better.
Answered by: Momof3kids
Date published: 2020-02-15


Asked by: BETTYBOOP12
A bottle
Answered by: Jramir11
Date published: 2019-11-08

I have 60 percent gray hair light brown salt pepper on the remaining. What can I use to get all over platinum color? 

Asked by: Marilyn78
Your grey hair would lift to platinum with the wella t18 toner, but the rest of your hair is too dark to lift just with toner from the way you describe it. It would need to be bleached to a very light, soft yellow, like the color of the inside of a banana, before toning. From the way you describe your hair it seems like the brown parts are scattered throughout. Because of that, you may want to see a professional for this procedure. If not, you'll definitely want someone to help you, because picking out individual, dark strands of hair and bleaching them is a very meticulous process.
Answered by: Dylan Andie
Date published: 2019-11-07

Will Wella toner T18 mixed with T11 make my white hair whiter, or gray? Is 5 minutes long enough or 10 min?

Asked by: MarMarJane
First of all it depends on what level your hair is when you apply it. T18 by itself will be will be pretty ashy especially if left more than 10 minutes. Adding some T11 helps it not be as ashy. 
Answered by: Mxmom718
Date published: 2019-11-06

I had my hair colored and it came out a pumpkin orange, it was supposed to be coppery. What will tone it down?

Asked by: Cindy489
If it’s really a pumpkin orange color toner alone won’t change the color very much. You need to lighten it first and then tone or recolor. Use a high quality bleach and developer to get at least to a light orange or dark yellow and then use a color that has a warmer light reddish brown combination. You can also try semi-permanent color to see how your hair will react to a warmer tone. Everyone’s hair reacts to color differently so you might try colors that have less yellow.
Answered by: Ardigirl
Date published: 2019-11-01

I need something to tone my ash colored dull blonde in a toner. Please help me this looks really bad. Thx so much.

Asked by: Anonymous
We’ll color charm t18.  T 10 is good too.  :). Good luck 
Answered by: Serahz911
Date published: 2019-10-26

I'm not store which cooki toner to buy. I died my Hair with HLA and it came out brassy. I would like it to look more a natural blonde.

Asked by: Teetee1166
I would suggest t14.
Answered by: Cjzavadil
Date published: 2019-10-22

horrible balayage done where she bleached only the two front chunks of my hair by my face white blonde from root to tip. I’m trying to get rid of the white blonde+ darken it back to at least the color of matching the rest of my head. Will this do that?

Asked by: Kylie123
If its a white blonde, this toner will do absolutely nothing- what it does to hair is remove orange, brassy tones in order to achieve a whiter color. If you want to darken your hair, you're going to want to look at dyes, not toners, and find a dye that's closest to your natural hair color. (:
Answered by: Dylan Andie
Date published: 2019-10-13

What color would I get to take the brassy color out of my very blonde hair 

Asked by: Realtor10
Wella Toners will do that.  The colors are very true to the box. They are permanent toners so they will lift. They work best on hair that is completely bleached. If your hair is just highlighted, then I wouldn’t recommend the Wella Toners because they will change the color of your natural hair. 
Answered by: Melybely
Date published: 2019-10-08

I have dark brown hair with dark blonde balayage that has gone very brassy. I even have some brassy tones in my brunette hair from the summer. Can I use the toner on my entire head or would I have to paint it on in a similar pattern to the balayage?

Asked by: Kris10WC
Yes, however the toner mix has peroxide in it, so it will lighten all the hair. Roots will grow out darker so you will have to color the whole head every 3-4 weeks going forward. If you just need to freshen the highlights I recommend to get a purple shampoo and leave it on for 10-20 minutes.
Answered by: Leeloo2017
Date published: 2019-10-06

after bleaching brown hair to a light enough shade can this toner be used,or does the bleached hair have to be colored first? and can this be applied to already bleached and colored blonde hair? considering using either T14 or T18, which is more yellow?

Asked by: bellarosa
You will have to bleach first and then use the toner. If your end result after bleaching is mostly yellow hair then T18 will be the better toner to use. If your end result has some orange and yellow T14 might give you better results, or you could try T10/T28. You do not want to color your hair and then bleach it, it is much easier to bleach virgin hair. If
Answered by: zbzbzbzb
Date published: 2019-09-15

I have medium brown hair but it has a lot of little highlights that have gone brassy looking what should I use and could I just tone it ? 

Asked by: Mandyroseb
Only by testing a strand first, I would try a 5 and 10 volume developer because that's mostly depositing the toner shade. But always test strand First!!! Good luck.
Answered by: Natalie575
Date published: 2019-07-03

Has anyone ever used 5% no lift developer with Wella T-18? I used to have long platinum hair, but lost a lot of length due to bleaching. I'm trying to let my hair go back dark...slowly. But it still gets yellow and brassy, want to tone without more damage

Asked by: kflyingout
I haven't done it yet. I dyed my hair light brown over very light ashy blonde bleached pieces that already had some brown in it too and then I dyed T18 Wella toner mostly over the lightest bleached blonde, that I wanted to keep but just thin streaks of them that had a light golden tint to and I even got some of the toner on my brown dyed hair and it all came out beautiful. And I used the 20 volume developer. Now my hair is damaged with a little breakage, so I'm going to just try it with a 5 or 10 volume and see what happens!! If I were you, I would try it but only after doing a test strand first, like I'm going to. If you wouldn't mind sending me a message on how yours came out, I would greatly appreciate it and I'll also send you back about how mine came out too.
Answered by: Natalie575
Date published: 2019-07-03

What volume developer would I use

Asked by: Maria894
Yes but you have to use the 20 volume developer with the T18 to remove the yellow tones. But I always do a test strand first, that way you can see how long you need to keep it in the strands. I would check every minute, by rubbing with a rag or towel just in the middle of the strand because hair that's been just bleached (processed) will grab any kind of color, even toners very fast!! That way you don't get any blue but mainly purple tints using T18 in your highlighted strands. I read many reviews on here, where no one mentions doing test strands when it comes to color and I just don't understand why? You gotta have a safety net.
Answered by: Natalie575
Date published: 2019-07-03

Can I use this product alone with a developer?

Asked by: Lewser911
Yes. It cuts the brassiness
Answered by: Skfrye61
Date published: 2019-07-20

I have bleached & toned 4” of new growth twice. Using 30 vol for the bleach, 20 for toner. Did everything the packages said and my hair is still yellow/brassy. I’m using a purple shampoo and a purple mask. Why is it still yellow and how do I fix it?

Asked by: Mommyjo4
Are you using it with a 20 level developer or 10? i found that out the hard way as well. If you are using a level 20 it will lighten your hair. If you use the 10 it will mostly deposit the color.
Answered by: theresar11
Date published: 2019-06-23

I bleached my hair and I'm going to streak it with age beautiful 3V. Do I use the toner before or after streaking with color?

Asked by: Angel0003
after the the bleach
Answered by: Grannie1951
Date published: 2019-05-30

Hi! I have dark brown coloured hair that I would like to lighten to light brown hair. Could you recommend a way to do this, please? 

Asked by: Salikins
You can try to use the ION bleach its actually not a bleach but it turns your hair up to 8 shades lighter and leave it on until you get the color you want then tone it, I am not a professional at all but by my experience with helping my whole family dying hair that is what I would do or I would bleach it and buy the color I want and have a toner on hand just in case.
Answered by: Kmichelle79
Date published: 2019-05-23

Does toner work on non-colored, virgin hair? My natural hair color is brassy/coppery and I want to tone down the brassiness but obviously don’t want to dye my hair first to tone it. 

Asked by: Logan941
No, it will not change your un color treated hair.
Answered by: mandienglert
Date published: 2019-07-30

I have some low lights of red in my hair color but am really looking to get the brass out of my blonde. I’m just worried as to what it will do to the red in my hair 

Asked by: Michelle34
Unfortunately, it will remove a lot of brass in that just the same.
Answered by: JaymerJay
Date published: 2019-05-05

I have dark brown hair and i went to the hairdresser for caramel highlights but she gave me golden highlights instead with harsh beginning can i turn the highlights to caramel color or at least blend it with the rest of my hair?

Asked by: Blablabla666
A. Go back to the hairdresser and have her adjust it for you. B. Have another hairdresser adjust it for you. C. Apply T18 or T14 to only the blonde pieces and NOT TO YOUR SCALP. Have someone help you. Use 10 vol or lower. Watch it until it changes color (a bluish/grayish 5 to 10 minutes) it will counter the gold. If you're unsure, refer to "A" and "B"
Answered by: jasondoeshair
Date published: 2019-04-26

Recently colored my hair with semi permanent ion cyan dye. Trying to get rid of it, I’ve been using crushed vitamin C and Head and Shoulders. I have almost a platinum blood underneath the blue. Can I use t18 to get rid of the rest of the blue?

Asked by: Madi2017
No, you have to bleach the blue areas first, then Tone with the T18 mixed with a Sandy Beige to avoid too much Blue or Violet, but still getting it back to very light blonde. Try a "bleach wash" if you don't want to fully bleach. There's lots of good recipes, just Google the recipe. Try that first on those blue areas. If it doesn't work, you can think about actual bleach. If you get the blue super light, you may also be able to tone the rest of your hair a cool blonde and then use a different bright (I'd say deep violets or even pink). It could give you a blonde to Violet pink bayalage type of thing. If you're married to all blonde, bleach until pale yellow and then just tone as usual.
Answered by: WendyLeighS
Date published: 2019-04-22

I recently (about 2 months ago) died my dark blonde hair to a light blonde to get the gray out & lighten it & it turned out orange in the past when I died it this never happened but I nedd help to get this terrible orange out of my hair!! Please help!!

Asked by: Jlynne81
Each time you lighten it, the toner is erased and the orange comes back. Especially if you're pre-bleaching. If you aren't pre-bleaching, you may need to. Maybe just those orange areas. It's OK for it to come out a "pale yellow" or "dark yellow". That's OK. The toner you choose will handle yellows. You want a purple based toner if you have the "pale yellow" finish up "just blonde". If you have orange left, you want a BLUE based toner to correct the orange as best as you can (it will work if it's "light orange"). You can also mix Wella Toners, if you want. Use a level 10 to 20 Developer depending on how light it already is, and look up the "Ble Based Wella Toner" Chart and choose the end result you want. It sounds like you're best off using a Sandy Beige blonde. It's a tad darker than the Platinum/very Light Blondes... but will come out a Neutral/Natural Blonde. The biggest thing is to decide if you need to pre-bleaching or if the orange is light/even enough that you can go straight to toner. If you didn't tone AT ALL yet, that's why it's orange. Remember to use Wella Toners on freshly shampooed, DAMP hair. Not dry! Don't condition before you tone, either as it can make absorption spotty or even not work at all.
Answered by: WendyLeighS
Date published: 2019-04-22
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