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Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella
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Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella
WELLA26
$5.99
Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 17.
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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 5 out of 5 by from 20 minutes to banish yellow to perfection I am a natural level 6 dark blonde who was dark for a while and after my salon bleach only got my ends to a level 8 my roots were a 9/10. I have 50 % gray. So they I had to tone me darker a pretty gold beige ash mix . But as I shampooed it got this ugly gold and so I did a self highlight kit via cap got my ends up and waited a week to tone with this Wella Tango C14 Champagne blonde. This is fresh and I know that after a week of shampooing it will be perfection. I could have added some creame brûlée tango toner but my hair has so much yellow underneath as this washes out a bit it will become a beautiful beige on its own. I show myself with and without makeup so you can see the ash color is better on my natural skin. My natural level 6-7 blonde hair color was always ash with gold in the sun. I have green eyes and pink undertones. Hope this helps! I love this product, I was worried it would be too dark with 20 minutes as Wella color charm blue violet c10 can leave you super ashy If you don’t watch it. This was after 20 minutes with 20 vol developer and my hair was pretty true to swatch and not dried out.
Date published: 2019-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Shade Change - Color Tango in CHAMPAGNE My natural hair is Level 5 or 6 brown, and pulls a truly horrendous amount of orange when I home dye. I use 8A shades from L'Oreal, or 8.5A. Even with an A color, (ash), it's really brassy. I have literally gone around for the past 30 years with orangey hair. I tried this Champagne Color Tango toner last night and I am really pleased with the result. I left it on for 30 mins using 20 vol Ion Sensitive Scalp developer, and I used it on wet hair. This is the first time I have used toner, and although the shade change is subtle, it's significant, and now my hair looks a much more expensive shade of wheat-blonde. Not even a $300 hairdresser has managed to achieve this on my hair. Before and after photos are below. I am a little hesitant to call it my holy-grail product because I don't know if it will fade since I only used it last night. But I am VERY pleased with the shade adjustment. My hair is very porous and an ash-based toner would probably grab green onto my ends. I don't know what the undertones of this shade toner are, but there's no gray, blue, or green in my hair after using this.
Date published: 2019-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally, no more brass My hair wasn't bleached enough from level 2-3 to use wella color charm #14 and #18. I only wanted dark to medium blonde hair, and the color tango champagne did the trick. Used 20 volume developer and processed 20 minutes.
Date published: 2019-03-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners Not for me, it just wasn't my cup of tea i suppose,
Date published: 2019-03-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from CT14/CT15 STICK WITH ORIGINAL liquid if you want to tone your blond. I am constantly changing my short blond hair. ( I'm a level 6 mousy ash normally )Sometimes I use the 10GV for a pretty warm blond and other times I go platinum using Bleach and T18. Right now I wanted to tone my brassy orangish regrowth from a previous color. I used the CT14 on root on damp hair...then the CT15 on mid shaft and ends for a few minutes damp just to blend. Mixed with 15 volume 1:1. THE COLOR does NOT SHOW in mixing bowl like the liquid which IMO isn't helpful. Seeing the color in the bowl is actually helpful. (The CT15 showed up a light strawberry quick towards the end) I am not a fan of this new formula. Hard to gauge and yes mine too was patchy. The CT14 did hit some of my mid shaft lighter parts and it turned a greyish color. Beware.
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ineffective Barely toned at all. Had to follow up with another product to tone out the remaining brassiness. Will not putchase again.
Date published: 2019-03-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Liquid ones are recommended I bought this because it was the newest and expected to keep hair more moisturised i followed the instructions but it didn'tp make much difference then i got t18 color charm the old one and it did the job so i would recommend the older liquid ones over this
Date published: 2019-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Champagne blonde! I am truly pleased with the results from this toner. It made my color transformation smooth and I couldn't be more pleased.
Date published: 2019-03-08
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What base has this color

Asked by: Myriam08
A previous question here says that Champagne has a blue/violet base and Lavender Ice has a violet base. So Lavender Ice is bets for yellow hair, and Champagne is best for hair that pulls a lot of orange.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-04-07

Turn steel blue into silver

Asked by: Cocoplusmom
Silver is light but same violet tones.....fade the hair with dandruff shampoo and vitamin c to get back to your pale blonde hair....if it doesn't work use a mild bleach batch with 10 volume .....watch closely......to fade color....then use neutral porosity treatment.....then use ION  titanium or try roux rinse in silver lining or true steel .....must gentler and can be mixed to customize color .....you can always go Semi if more perm results needed
Answered by: Bamajama
Date published: 2019-04-05

What volume to use with the lavander ice toner? I currently have 10 and 25 developer. For how long should i leave it on my hair and how much of each i should mix? I have some brassy yellow closer to my natural root color which is brown. 

Asked by: tmoreno16
10vol to deposit and 20 to lift and deposit 
Answered by: Bamajama
Date published: 2019-04-05

Which one should I use to tone brown hair with copper brassyness.

Asked by: Maggiepie
Copper = red/orange so you need green/blue......teal almost ....try Ion brights in teal ....mix 1/4 tube with 2 cups white conditioner....if already color treated use neutral porosity treatment first like a good primer before the color ....or you good use level 7 or 6 Demi...if you want to diminish the orangy use blue base if the reddish use green base....or mix two ....you can customize it ....always prime with neutral FIRST 
Answered by: Bamajama
Date published: 2019-04-05

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

Asked by: Trixie51
Highlights can be made just using a Demi on the gray hair......2 - 3 shades lighter than non gray hair.....looks natural .....much easier than lifting non gray hair .....easier solution.....advanced gray solution by Clairol .....6light golden chestnut would look good on level 5-3 hair 
Answered by: Bamajama
Date published: 2019-04-05

Will this help even out my dark brown hair (with brassy tones)

Asked by: Paige612
Use titanium from ION on brassy ends if orangy yellow .....if reddish you can use shamrock 
Answered by: Bamajama
Date published: 2019-04-05

Im trying to achieve my beautiful cobalt/navy blue but first I’m told I need to go from my natural black to almost platinum..... can anyone assist me! I can’t risk having yellows or oranges in my hair because the blues will be GREEN . Please let me know!!

Asked by: SammiJaee504
It depends on how dark or light you want the blue color to be. You definitely have to lighten with bleach. The secret is to tone your hair before you apply a direct dye. 1. bleach first, 2. tone it to get the yellow/orange out, 3. Apply direct dye Couple of notes on this. Make sure you tone your hair at the right level. For example, T18 is meant for level 9 and above. If you only get your hair to a level 7, then it's a waste of money. You can Google hair level and toner charts to see which one you need. Also, go with a purple based blue color. I've had good luck with Ion's Tanzanite. Clairol's Color Crave in Indigo made my hair have a greenish overcast. If your hair does happen to turn a greenish color, you can always mix a tiny bit of red dye with conditioner and apply it for a couple of minutes in the shower. Honestly, I think you should do highlights (you could pull them through a cap and apply the bleach mid-shaft to ends), tone those pieces, and then put a direct dye (semi-permanant) over all your hair. The highlighted parts will be blue, and the rest of your hair will "shine" a dark blue color in the sun. I think that would be beautiful.
Answered by: Hairdyelover
Date published: 2019-03-19

I have platinum blonde hair dyed from med-dark brown so I get a lot of brass. I would always veer towards lavendar ice but I'm wondering if I should use champagne instead, since I get both yellow & orange brassiness. Will the champagne darken my platinum?

Asked by: TattooedDoll
No it will pull out the orange and yellow and balance it out. It might be a bit darker looking than platinum at first but it fades back quickly. 
Answered by: Heatherlailani
Date published: 2019-03-17
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