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Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella
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Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella
WELLA26
$6.69

Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 42.
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  • Even Tone Technology™ lifts and tones in one easy step for even results Achieve smooth, shiny, blended results.
    Wella Color Tango Toners™ are the final step for pre-lightened hair to achieve your desired warm or cool look. Adds shine and leaves hair smooth thanks to our Even Tone Technology™
  • Usage instructions:

    1. 1:1 mixing ratio: Mix I part Wella Color Tango Toners™ with 1 part Wella Color Tango Developer.
      • For quick toning, use 6 volume developer and process for 10 minutes.
      • For more intense toning with a slight lift, use 20 volume developer and process for up to 20 minutes.
    2. Apply to hair using bowl and brush, or bottle. Rinse, shampoo & condition. Can be applied to damp or dry hair."
  • For more intensity, apply to dry hair. Applying to damp hair will give you more even results.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible! My mother purchased this and we use it after lighting her hair. The results after doing her hair was just awful. We left it on even longer than it called for Because it wasn’t toning and the result was yellow hair! We had to try and use a purple shampoo to tone it and about to have to place a semi color over it just to get by with out embarrassment. Very disappointed in this product.
Date published: 2020-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lavender ICE Loved the tone it came out. I lifted my clients hair to a 10 , and toned with 20 vol for 20 mins. Came out evenly toned. Dont let the word "lavender" scare you! It came out a very pretty ashy blonde/white color!
Date published: 2020-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No change I’m giving 5 stars bc I can’t really grade it. I think I used it wrong. I wanted it to color my gray hairs a bit like highlights and it didn’t work. I mixed the developer with the toner and applied to Non died hair for 40 min . But nothing changed at all. It didn’t harm the hair either
Date published: 2019-12-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Toner Should have left it on longer. But decent results.
Date published: 2019-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blondie This toner is great. I mix half of tube with the Wella gel hair color Frosty Ash and it takes all the brassiness from my blonde hair. Looks like I had a professional do my hair.
Date published: 2019-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better Than T18 Liquid I bleached my hair a few times and always comes out super orange and yellow of course, and I’ve use the liquid toners Wella and there is usually always a lot of orange and yellow left after, but the CT18 was amazing! I bleached bath my hair and then bleached my roots and toned with the lavender ice, it made my hair a silver/whitish blonde and I love it! Sometimes the liquid ones turned my hair to grey or made it darker and uneven but the cream one worked so much better and made my hair soft and an even application! Definitely better then liquid
Date published: 2019-12-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pretty color, but washes out almost immediately I have used CT14 a few times now. I always use 20 vol, and I mix it according to the instructions. My hair is dyed to Level 9 with bleach highlights. My hair is a natural Level 6, so it pulls a ton of orange and brass. This toner color is absolutely gorgeous: an expensive-looking wheat blonde. Imagine a glass of champagne, and it's a shade or so lighter than that. It busts all the brass: just beautiful. It has a blue and violet base, so it's perfect for neutralising all those orange and yellow tones. Just one thing...it washes out very quickly. I can see a big difference after just one wash, when I'm brassier than I'd like again. To counteract this, I installed a water filter on our shower (we have old piping), and I washed my hair in cool water, and I also used the Ion colour sealer after using the toner. I put the toner on freshly washed hair that I had dried, to get a more intense result, then left it for 40 mins, so I did not need to wash my hair immediately after putting the toner on. I then left it alone for three days, so the toner had plenty of time to "set." (I only wash my hair twice a week.) I do use heat; my hair is frizzy so I have to. I style it with a quality ionic DryBar dryer, but I don't use straighteners or tongs on it very often. Even with all these precautions regarding heat tools and water temp and water filters and not washing too much, the toner fades enough with each wash that I can see a visible color difference every time I wash it. After three washes, I look as brassy as a 25-carat gold bar again. In the last few months, I've been using Olaplex 3. (I also use quality hair masks such as Kerastase and Oribe.) Since I only wash my hair twice a week, which means less heat styling, I don't think the toner fade is due to the condition of my hair. (I also use quality hair masks such as Kerastase and Oribe.) This toner would be perfect if it stayed on. As it happens, I've now dyed my hair a few times more than I'd like, trying to get this toner to stay and to re-achieve the gorgeous color it first turns out. So ultimately, it's ended up damaging my hair. If I was blind-testing this product, I would truly think it was a wash in-wash out product. So despite the lovely color, I don't think I can recommend it. It's great if you want to look fabulous for one special evening.
Date published: 2019-11-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ehhh.... It doesn’t really work, I used it two different times and it didn’t change anything with my hair. I was kind of disappointed that it didn’t tone my hair out but happy that it wasn’t really damaging at all. I still have part of the toner left and i thought about exchanging it for wella t18
Date published: 2019-11-14
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What color toner do you recommend for orange blond brassy hair?

Asked by: Ashley29
Wella Color Charm T-18 Lighest Ash Blonde toner. Developer #20. Blue or purple shampoo also helps.
Answered by: Jewelmyster88
Date published: 2019-12-17

How do I highlight my hair to match my gray hairs?

Asked by: Trixie51
I have level 6 dyed hair,(which always ends up fading to orange tones, but am very gray naturally which graduates to  salt n pepper. I have gown out my roots to  1" and want to get very thin highlights through the cap and dye them gray to match my hair through the grow out process. should i use 40 vol with blue powder bleach (adding Olaplex to prevent damage) and then add toner to turn highlights gray. which color or colors should i mix t color it gray?
Answered by: terry wants her gray hair
Date published: 2019-11-23

Will this lift my color off my hair? If I used 6 volume 

Asked by: Emilys20
20-40 volume.
Answered by: Copper71Penny
Date published: 2019-11-05

hi do I have to use the same developer ( color tango developer ) or its going to work with other developer ?

Asked by: shaimaa11
I’ve used other developers and they work well.  The 20 developer even lightened my natural colour. Just tried the 10 and liked this level as it just worked on highlights 
Answered by: Amanda8888
Date published: 2019-11-05

The directions say that if you use 20 V developer it will create a slight lift. I am naturally medium blonde, and I want to go a shade lighter, would this lift enough to be 1 to 2 shades lighter without first lightening with bleach?

Asked by: Dotttttt
Yes!! I Always use 20 Developer, I recommend T 14 if you desire more light color, T 18 is good but this is better when most of your hair is bleached, but if you want to eliminate dark colors in the roots or in the rest of the hair I prefer the T14
Answered by: Brenda Matos
Date published: 2019-10-27

Hi there I've recently bleached my hair it's very very orange I need a toner not sure which one to purchase I'm trying to get my hair to a color called rose gold If that's not possible I would like a golden warm blonde Thanks

Asked by: Jocool2018
Wella Color Tango CT14 Champagne 
Answered by: NeverDye
Date published: 2019-10-26

When doing on damp hair should it be just washed cleaned or can you just wet it down when its dirty to make damp???

Asked by: Jen313131
My personal opinion is this: Any and all chemical processes performed on hair, result in some kind of damage to the actual hair itself. Now, with that being said FULL DISCLOSURE - I am NOT a Licensed Professional. However, I've been doing hair for many years (approx. 30+ yrs) for friends, family, and even acquaintances of the former. So my opinion is this... You should not Wash your hair for at least 2-3 days before you perform a Bleaching or Lightening process on your hair, regardless of the its present color, whatever color that maybe. Because when you don't wash your hair your scalp releases natural oils thus making your hair look dingy and dirty. Those oils however, will Help Protect your hair during the bleach process. So you would want to have 2-3 day unwashed hair for that. So if you are bleaching and toning in the day, your hair would be unwashed for the 1st process (bleach/lighting) and you can choose to either leave your hair wet from the rinse out/shampoo or dry your hair and apply the desired toner to your hair. However, if you are only going to tone your hair on this occasion, then having Clean hair not shampooed within the previous 24 hours would be okay if you aren't double processing your hair. Double processing: bleach/lighting + toning or coloring + toning. I do Highly recommend that anyone who is going to chemically process in anyway their hair, that you should always deep condition your hair for the week or two before you plan to do Any Chemical Process on your hair! I can't stress enough the importance of prior planning and proper hair care and maintenance when it comes to something as life changing, as is your Hair Color. "Ladies and Gentlemen, nothing takes longer than a bad haircut, perm, or awful or wrong hair coloring to grow out"!
Answered by: Always Miss Priss
Date published: 2019-10-04

What toners have blue or violet under tones to cancel out the red undertones in my hair

Asked by: 20Angelina02
CT 14
Answered by: Toni 711
Date published: 2019-05-29
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