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Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella
Selected quantity exceeds what is currently available

Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners

by Wella
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$5.99
Color Tango Permanent Cream Toners is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 18.
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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 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lavender ice: Highlighter yellow to Icy blonde After the old t18 toner left my hair looking dull and uneven I started over with a bleach bath which left me with a bright yellow I was afraid I'd be stuck with. I saw this new line of products and liked the fact that it claimed to tone and lift at the same time, so I gave it a shot. Wow, was it worth it!!! I'm so happy with the results. It's a beautiful, shiny, icy blonde and it feels so soft. I started with colorful's neutral protein filler for 20 minutes, then with my hair still damp, I applied 2 boxes of the CT18 since my hair is past my shoulders. It came out completely even, which I believe was due to using the protein filler and enough product to thoroughly coat the hair. I also kept it on for 30 minutes, which is longer than recommended but since I took so long to apply it, I thought was necessary. Will 100% buy again. I hope this helps someone waffling between this new line and the old line of wella's toners!
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not the color I expected Tried this since sally didn’t have what I usually get...again. Used ion cream lighter on my regrowth and toned with the Champagne color. The end result has good shine and colored fairly evenly, but it is definitely not champagne. It’s very blue undertoned. I won’t be using again.
Date published: 2019-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One happy Brunette! As a brunette with oh so much orange and red always being pulled on my highlighted blonde pieces, I didn’t have high hopes. This toner is a game changer. Because of the blue tones, I chose the champagne despite the sample hair looking really yellow. Results: a beautiful mushroomy blonde. Goodbye gross orange! I’m really impressed that I got salon quality at home. A must try ladies!
Date published: 2019-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great My lightened hair was at an orange/yellow so the champagne color was perfect for me. I used with 20v developer and went almost 20min (on damp hair). Love the results. The color is NOT patchy as someone suggested as long as you take the time and do small sections and really work the toner in making sure every peice of your lightened hair is properly saturated
Date published: 2019-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smells great! I used this toner on my client. I mixed equal parts with 10 col and we lifted her to a level 8. It came out amazing. I used iced violet and it toned it beautifully. The product is very mild in smell. It has much less fumes as the other wells toners I also left mine in 20 min. This toner reminds me of Loreal DIA lone in consistency
Date published: 2019-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Removed orange with no damage! I have a love/hate relationship with Wella products 9/10 their Color Charm dyes don’t take to my hair and their raved-about toners do absolutely nothing. While at Sally, I noticed Wella’s new Color Tango toners and decided to live on the edge. Background: I’m going from a muted gingery dark blonde (with awful stripy highlights) to light blonde. My hair LOVES to pull orange. I’ve tried to be platinum twice to no avail because of this orange. I picked up Color Tango in Champagne after I noted it has a blue/violet base. Blue counteracts orange and violet combats yellow, so I figured it would be a good failsafe against post-bleach brassiness. I went in with very low expectations when my hair did indeed pull hot orange and gold. The first time I used it, my hair turned a beige-butter Color, varying where the yellow pieces and the orange pieces were. Needless to say, I was shocked. The orange was actually mostly if not all the way gone! I bleached a second time several days later on the uneven/darker pieces of hair and my beige locks turned bright orange again. I used a second box and behold — a buttery blonde with zero traces of orange! I’m really impressed with this toner and would highly recommend it! Also, it didn’t leave any damage to my hair (unlike the Color Charm line). Note: do be careful about monitoring your hair. Some pieces that were platinum pulled a white/bluish cast. It’s faded with washing, but just to be safe, keep a close eye on your locks. Apply to the darker or more pigmented spots first and wait until they are close to done before applying the rest.
Date published: 2019-02-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don’t waste your time I wasn’t originally going to buy this. I was planning on just purchasing my usual wella t18, however the sales lady said that this was supposed to be better. Well I purchased the ct18 and I regret it. Not only does it not tone as well as the regular wella t18, the coverage is splotchy & uneven. Now I have to wait and correct it with a product I know for a fact works. So disappointed and upset.
Date published: 2019-02-09
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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: 2019-05-16

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
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