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Wella Colour Charm Toner - T15 Pale Beige Blonde

Wella Colour Charm Toner - T15 Pale Beige Blonde

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For those looking for warm, light beige hair, the Wella Colour Charm T15 Pale Beige Blonde Toner is the perfect choice.

Its violet pigments tone brassiness, while warm golden pigments add a pinky-beige hue and prevent your hair from going ashy. With it’s slight lightening effect, you can achieve bright, even results and salon-fresh hair from the comfort of your own home.

This toner is simple to use and requires minimal effort: just mix with developer, apply to damp hair, and leave on for up to 30 minutes. You'll be left with an enviable, salon-quality finish.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Simone Delaney
Beautiful toner

T15 is a lovely tone if you’re after a subtle hint of warmth. Prompt delivery from The Tint Department too!


Great, reliable toner. Removes brassy tones from my full head of foils when I can’t get to the hairdresser. I am a red head underneath & need a lot of ongoing help with my brassiness. Wella blonde toners always do a quick & cheap refresh. Love it!


Best toner

Florence Cavanagh

Excellent customer service and super helpful advice and tips for my first time lightening and tinting my hair at home. Would recommend and definitely be using this site again!

Emily Trappitt
Great colour!

I used this colour to take my bright slightly brassy blonde to a beautiful beige but not brassy blonde. It toned down some of the brightness but that's what I was looking for.

A note: I used 20 vol developer, but my roots had not been bleached/coloured (virgin hair balayage mid-ends bleach only), and because my natural hair is on the warmer side and wasn't lightened, the 20 vol lightened my roots/natural hair area by about 2 shades (I didn't think of this at the time, whoops), and was a lot warmer/orange than it would have been naturally. Just a note to those who don't want their roots lightened or orange, I'd opt for the 5vol or standard developer.

My hair is fairly thin and just below shoulder length and I used 2 packs to colour my own hair and a full set of hair extensions.