HOLD LEVEL 1 Finish your glamorous style with dazzling shine thanks to this luminous shine spray. Formulated to help protect hair from the effects of humidity and UV.
Exactly what I was looking for. An ultra fine mist perfect for eliminating fly aways & a healthy shine, without the weight.
Shade 7AA. Wella Color Charm is known for its excellent color range and as well as great gray coverage. Did my girlfriend's hair today, and it came out FANTASTIC. She had a LOT of gray showing through and was originally BRUNETTE, so was sure to generously apply for even coverage. Mixing formula is 1:2 meaning for each bottle of liquid color (Medium Blonde Intense Ash) with 3 ounces of 20 volume developer. Actually being my friend has very thick hair and somewhat medium length, played it safe and used two bottles. Poured in some argan oil for extra conditioning, but just as good is olive or coconut oil. So, two bottles plus 6 oz. of 20 volume developer. Love Clairol Soy4plex, so I used that. Mix is all together. Used a plastic fork! Use only plastic bowel and brush for use with hair coloring and NEVER anything metal. Allowed to process for 45 minutes after I finished application.Didn't even condition that much used Dove Intense Restoration Mask, Quench Absolute (very good and reasonably priced) for only 5-10 minutes or so. If your hair is damaged, leave your deep conditioner/mask on an hour or more.The results were absolutely FABULOUS. Extremely even coverage, and being there was quite a bit of gray to begin with color did not come out too dark at ALL. This shade is excellent for someone who originally had dark hair but wants to lighten up a bit. Too dark hair is very AGING. My tip when covering gray is be careful about going too DARK. That will look unnatural, even though the color will lift with shampooing. Darker shades result in a luminous translucent shade. Color was so very NATURAL, and my friend's hair was in lovely condition with shine, shine, SHINE! So smooth and shiny, didn't even have to use my flatiron. Wish I had taken a photo so I could post here. Yeah, I was very proud of myself. Bought this locally for $3.69 a box, so a great value and professional results.
I've been gradually dying my hair light from dying it bright red. I've had success using loreal's hi color in light ash blonde. I use this about 2 days after I dye it. I use 20 vol developer & slap it on my towel dried hair. It looks purple while developing in your hair. It cuts the brassiness somewhat but I honestly can't tell. My 16yr old daughter said it doesn't look so yellow after I use this so maybe from another persons pov it works. Lol. It's like $6 at Sally's. I don't notice any damage after using this at all. Just be sure to deep condition. Will buy again next time I lighten my hair for sure.
I have light brown hair that is very difficult to pull out of the red-orange stage, so my beautician showed me how to "bump" my roots for only 10 minutes in the salon. It lightened my base by 1-2 levels with very little brassiness. As I watched her do this several times, I thought, "I can certainly do this at home". I bought the Wella Colorcharm Liquid Haircolor in Lightest Ash Blonde at Sally's and decided to try and "bump" the base myself. I mixed this with Ion's level 10 developer and quickly added it to my roots. I left it on my hair for a total of 10 minutes and when I rinsed it off, voila! Medium blonde hair that blends with my grays beautifully. I have highlights in my hair, so for the last 5-7 minutes of the process I pull this mixture all the way through my hair to the ends and it cancels out any brassiness and cools the color down to a nice, ashy blonde. Love, love, love this color. It performs better than any color I have ever used in my entire life, and yes that applies to paying someone high dollar to color my hair. I have never used this with a level 20 developer for 30 minutes, as I'm sure to do so would probably take me to an orange shade. The key for light brown haired gals who pull brassy is to only bump the roots for 10 minutes and use a level 10 developer. This is also great to tone down any brassiness if you have highlights. This gives me a beautiful shade of blonde hair color that looks very natural, like the shade I had when I was a kid. No beautician has ever even come close to replicating that. Go figure! So, for the price of the color and developer (less then $10) and highlighting my hair once every 5 months with Revlon Frost and Glow (honey) I have been able to replicate that color.