Trying Wella Color Charm Demi Permanent Haircolour On My Hair!!
I have a updated routine on how I tone my hair with an existing dark base.
If you have toned with a dark base with developer, you would know how the developer will lift color from your unprocessed hair and leave a reddish hue (if you had dark hair originally).
This can be frustrating if you’re trying to get a cooler toned hair.
It won’t affect your dark unprocessed hair.
It deposits color into your blonde/light hair since it uses a lower amount of developer.
The effect isn’t as dramatic as the toner with the developer but this is a good alternative.
Please tone according to the lightest part of your hair.
I was going dark for fall so I’m not as blonde as my previous hair video.
Products Used In This Video:
Disclaimer: If you have a level 10 blonde (light-yellow blonde, then use 10A)
Other Wella Demi-Permanent Hair colours
- 7A Medium Ash Blonde
- 7G Medium Golden Brown
- 7N Medium Natural Blonde
- 7WG Medium Sandy Gold
- 8N Light Natural Blonde
- 10NA Lightest Ash Blonde
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Not sure the right hair colour or toner to apply? Talk to our hair colour specialist on 020 3916 5351, contact us or use the instant chat to message us and we will get back to you.
Video courtesy by Tien Le