Iced Espresso Permanent Gel Hair Color

Iced Espresso Permanent Gel Hair Color



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  • 4BC Iced Espresso
  • 5BC Fudge Pop
  • 6BC Mudslide
  • 7BC Coffee Ice Cream
  • 8BC Root Beer Float


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  • 4BC Iced Espresso
    Color 4BC Iced Espresso5BC Fudge Pop6BC Mudslide7BC Coffee Ice Cream8BC Root Beer Float

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  • Every tube creates 6 oz of color, great for long hair
  • Economical: 1:2 mix ration
  • Excellent gray coverage
  • Deep conditioning

Wella Color Charm Cool Brown Gels contain a built-in brass fighter with underlying “ash” (cool) tone which helps cancel warmth. These cool brown gels feature true to tone color, so results are consistent and reliable with even coverage throughout that is true to the natural rich brown you want. Wella Color Charm Cool Brown Gels are long lasting with fade resistant results.

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Color Charm Cool Brown Permanent Gel Hair Color is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 6 BC Mudslide Excellent gray coverage, beautiful, natural and even color results! I am not a professional, but I do know my way around hair color because I’ve been doing my own for nearly 30 years. I got 6BC to mainly cover my newly budding grays that I despise, but to also stay as close to my natural shade as possible, but without unwanted warmth that normally comes with coloring brown hair in the light-medium levels, between levels 5-6. I have very thick hair, on the wavy side, so my grays are quite resistant. I Also picked up two packets of Ardell Unred, and mix them with the color following directions to a T, and my hair turned out perfect! No hot roots! No more unwanted warmth! Just a very, even, natural looking cool brown with no grays! I don’t understand why people don’t rate this brand much better! It’s so much better than the last two brands that I’ve purchased at Sally and it actually does a great job on those pesky grays! I let my roots process for 30 minuets before painting the color on the mid lengths and ends, then prosessed for another 15 minuets. If you want natural looking results, and aren’t trying to do anything except stay with 2 levels of your natural color, then give it a try! I have found my new go-to color! No more experimenting! 6BC Mudslide is my color!
Date published: 2018-03-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy I bought and it turned my roots and hair silver/blue..
Date published: 2018-02-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible I bought the 8 c. DON'T BUY IT. I have Gray roots and turned them into orange roots. It looks horrible. I will not buy this again
Date published: 2018-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It!! I went to my local Sally's with the intent of going from red to brown. I bought color oops to strip the red (a lot of people don't like it but I've never had any problems other than the smell) and Wella Color Charm Cool Brown 6BC. I stripped the red from my hair first and ended up with a brassy blonde color. It wasn't so bad and I didn't mind waiting a few weeks before recoloring my hair. I did some conditioners and masks in between. Once I colored my hair it turned out soooo good. I love it and everyone else did too. This is now my go to shade for the next year at least.
Date published: 2017-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect! No brassy tones for once! Im glad i didnt read the other reviews before getting this color bc I LOVE it! The lady at Sally's recommended this new shade bc I have some gray showing in front that i want gone but i also have very dark roots and brown hair (colored) with blonde highlights. I decided to go a little darker for the autumn but still want a cool brown. She recommended this color bc it has a cooler, almost silver base, so i dont get any brassiness. It lifted my nearly black roots, covered my gray (20v), and blended well with my highlights. This is my new colir for sure!
Date published: 2017-09-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No absolutely not. My hair previously was colored purple, I choose 6bc for a cool brown, and well heck no that didn't happen. It looks the same just a shade darker, but also my roots which were a medium brown are now a bright brassy orange blonde color. If your hair previously had purple or have gold tones do not use these.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Sure Why It is Labeled "Cool" I was really hoping that this was going to be my color (Fudge Pop), as I was looking or a good cool brown with no orange/red/gold. Unfortunately, it definitely has a bright orange base. I have a lot of beautiful gold/orange highlights, but I really didn't want that. Not sure the labeling is correct on this color, but it could be that it has a different result on gray hair (I am about 60% gray).
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect color! PROS: I bought this because the base was a cool one. I have had problems in the past where my roots will be brighter than the rest of my hair. I did a bunch of research on developers. I found that the developers of 20, 30, or 40 wreak havoc on my roots. I used a 5 developer because I just wanted the color deposited to my hair. I could have also used a 10 developer... but I couldn't find it in stock at the Sally's I went to. My natural color is very cool with natural highlights throughout. This was the perfect match and still allowed for my natural highlights to shine through. CONS: This color was not shiny at all. It left my hair dull. To fix that, I simply got a shine gloss with 10 developer to add shine to my hair. My hair was previously bleached blonde on the bottom... kinda like a baylayage. It also turned out slightly darker than I would have liked, but after about 6 washes it faded to the color that is advertised. My process for application: I mixed the hair dye with a 5 developer for deposit only. I applied to my roots with a brush first, and let it sit for about 15 minutes. I then put the rest of the mixture throughout the rest of my hair. I only left it on for 10 minutes once applied to the ends because My roots were the color of the dye, but my ends were blonde. I added some warm water, lathered, rinsed, shampooed, and conditioned.I left it on my roots for so long because I wanted the gray coverage. I hope this helps!
Date published: 2016-10-02
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My hair is naturally a dirty blonde color but for the past several years, I've been dying it black and/or dark brown. If I use 8bc root beer float, what color would my hair turn out turn be?

Asked by: ThugBugg
You have to first remove your old hair color with either bleach or color oops/fix. Either option would leave your hair very brassy so ash color would be good to cover!
Answered by: TaraMCNJ
Date published: 2018-03-12

I've dyed my hair blonde for years and would like to go back to my natural brown color.  Would this work? I've tried dying my hair with box color before and it turned brassy and orange... so I'm a little hesitant any suggestions? Thanks 

Asked by: Becca444
It's a pretty color, but if your hair is blonde it could grab dark. I would always pick a shade one color lighter than what you want.  I have dyed my hair dark blonde only to have it grab dark brown. Hair color is tricky!  Good luck!
Answered by: HCren220
Date published: 2018-01-12

Does this cover Grey hair without looking orange? Using 20 vol.

Asked by: cookie14
ok sorry I'm a nitwit and realized after scrolling down there was the color number and letter's a beige copper so I'd probably try it first with deposit only developer before using 20volume
Answered by: Scssrwzrd
Date published: 2017-04-02

I just used 6BC and my roots came out too light and a bit warm..What can I use to make it darker?

Asked by: Bhurstchick
Try the 5BC? There's a color drop voilet formula you can use to diminish brassiness in the Wella line up, you just add a capful of it to your mix. Also, sometimes I mix half 20 volume, half 10 volume for color deposit without as much lift.
Answered by: SomerMcCowan
Date published: 2018-01-02

I dyed my hair blonde hair with a 7n and the tips turned ashy green. Does this color contain red tones to neutralize the green? I am not sure it cool colors have red in them. Thanks.

Asked by: Loremont
Wella 5BC stands for Brown Cool so there would not be any warmth. That wouldn't be a good move to try to knock out the green/ash. I would suggest a 5NW (natural warm) if you're still wanting an ashy look but the secondary color "warm" will cancel out the green. I would stay away from anything with too much red or your hair will end up warmer than you may want.
Answered by: China1116
Date published: 2017-01-10

Mrs. Bruno, what color did you use? Thank you!

Asked by: V.K.
Hello, and thank you for your question. The color in reference was Wella Color Charm Cool Brown Gels 5BC Light Cool Brown, Sally SKU: (800336).
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-05-26

what number developer should i use when coloring with wella cool light brown 5bc

Asked by: Anonymous
20 should work fine.
Answered by: MrsBruno
Date published: 2016-05-22

i need dark brown. . what is the item number ?

Asked by: Anonymous
The color is 4BC Medium Cool Brown.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-05-07
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