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Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella
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Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella

Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 37.
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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 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 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved my hair I bleached my hair and it came out orange and yellow soooooo so bad. Well thank God I had bought this too, the Champagne literally saved me from the worst color. I used the whole package with a 20 developer I think it was and left it on for around 20 min or so. It toned it down so much it changed it to where it looks normal now. I want to try the Lavender ice seeing how the one girl reviewed and showed a pic and her hair looks like what I would want. But this was a miracle worker and other toners usually leave my hair dull and oddly colored after, however this did not. I could not be happier considering I did not think it could help my horrible dye job. Nice job Wella.
Date published: 2019-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Counteracts hot orange roots! This is my second review for this product, CT 14/Champagne, and my third time using it. (My previous review has photos and is from Anonymous in Boston.) The second time I used it, it didn't really do anything. I can't remember why or what the colour story was from that time. Anyway, it turned out gorgeous the first time, and it saved me again this time! My hair is a natural level 6, looks medium brown to me although hairdressers call it light brown, and I pull a shocking amount of orange when I lighten. Always wanted an expensive-looking medium wheat blonde, but it was out of reach - I was always brassy until I found all the marvellous products at Sally's. I decided to use a Wella Color Charm 9A,which has a blue base to counteract my hot orange roots. (I used 25 vol developer, mixed from 20 and 30 vol, Ion Sensitive scalp. It's a good developer in my opinion.) However, I also used a sachet of UnRed, and although I had NO orange after dying my hair, I do think my hair was quite a bit darker and ashier than it would have been otherwise. So, I still wanted a bit more lift without the orange/brass. Enter CT14. I used 20 vol to give that lift, instead of 10 vol, and left it on for half an hour. It lightened by half a shade or a shade, and controlled the orange. I'm very happy with it. I use Olaplex home treatment to counteract the damage from all this dye. This is the best product I've found for producing a lovely beige/wheat blonde on hair that's basically brown, and pulls orange when colouring. I always use the 20 vol to get the extra lift. I highly recommend this toner.
Date published: 2019-09-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great but much darker than I was expecting I bought CT-18. Very rich and creamy color and consistency. The coverage was very even. I find the liquid toners very drying and uneven. With this color toner my hair felt great, shiny and looked really nice but about 2 levels darker. From 10/9 level to around an 8/7ish. I have washed my hair with a clarifying shampoo a few times since but didn't fade much at all!?. All in all it is a great toner I think. Brassiness gone. Hair felt great. Kinda has a slight pinky hue to it in certain light. I left it on for approximately 20 minutes with 20vol. Definitely a rich ashy color result. I recommend keeping a close eye on it cuz I think I left it on too long
Date published: 2019-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING!!! I seriously was sobbing on my floor after I bleached my roots. My hair usually doesnt get so yellow, but my god it was highlighter yellow. It was BAD. I bought Lavender Ice, used with 20 developer, and left it on for 20 minutes and I have never loved my hair more!!!! I highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2019-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't hold a candle to colorcharm The sales assistant at Sally's told me that CT18 was exactly like T18 from the colorcharm series, but softer on the hair. I needed a toner after bleaching do I picked it up. I bleached my roots to a brightish yellow, which colorcharm t18 has always brought to a platinum blonde in the past. I kept it in for 30 minutes with 20volume, as there was very little difference after 20 minutes. What I found strange is the mixture never turned into a deep purple, as the colorcharm t18 does... It became a VERY light pink/purple instead. It made a slight difference in toning my hair, but the result was very faint and washed out in a couple shampoos. The result was not icy in the least, there was a lot of yellow left, and it added some weird pink hues for some reason. Overall the product is poorly formulated and not at all made to give an icy result, but rather a pinkish warm blonde.
Date published: 2019-08-17
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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 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 can always go Semi if more perm results needed
Answered by: Bama jama
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: Bama jama
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 can customize it ....always prime with neutral FIRST 
Answered by: Bama jama
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: Bama jama
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

Why can't color and toner just be mixed together or applied to hair at same time?

Asked by: Jewelmyster88
Do you mean bleach/lighten and tone at the same time? Color is for adding color to the hair - ie non-blonde hair. Toning is for blonde hair, adjusting the shade of pre lightened hair. Some products can lighten and tone at the same time, look for the words high lift. But the time required for each person's hair to bleach is different, so a separate step for lightening your hair is best. It takes over an hour to lighten my hair, at which time my hair would be melted. So I have to do it in two separate lightning steps for a shorter time
Answered by: The Punkin Queen
Date published: 2019-02-28

What do you mix this toner cream with?

Asked by: Correnalea
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
Answered by: SallyStaffer8
Date published: 2019-02-17

Take orange out what color needed

Asked by: lucluceluu
You want Chanpagne. Lavender Ice is a violet base, which will only help yellow hair. Champagne is blue/violet, which will correct orange. I had great results with it!
Answered by: Jnhart737
Date published: 2019-03-14

Hi my hair base is 7.1 with highlights. Want to put a few more highlights and then use toner want a natural cool blonde

Asked by: Joann1963

Can I use on on My hair even though my hair is not colored? Its just dark brown.

Asked by: Cassie curls

What’s color tango is equivalent to T18

Asked by: Anonymous

I have the Champagne color to use. My high-lift haircolor came out way to light this time. Should I use this with the 6 volume developer to tone the brightness down?

Asked by: Susieq68

I tried to bleach my blonde it xame out orange what color can i use to tone it to a light brown?

Asked by: Christine1978

I have a dark red base and I have yellow orange decolonization , what toner should I use?

Asked by: Giovanee

Which colors would add a warm tone to highlights that are too cool?

Asked by: kmonty15

will I be able to wash it out eventually ? 

Asked by: katyameliton

Hi , I’m a licenses cosmetologist. I’m would like to purchase wella color swatch for the permanent cream, gel & tango color lines. How would I go about doing this?

Asked by: Pamela Boles
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