This colour must be mixed with developer - the dedicated Wella Color Charm 20 Vol Developer is recommended.
Always mix Wella Color Charm Permanent Hair Colour in a 1:2 mixing ratio. This means you need twice the amount of developer to colour.
One 107ml bottle of Developer is enough for one bottle of 42ml Permanent Colour.
Apply the Permanent Colour to dry hair and allow to develop for 30 minutes or up to 45 minutes for additional depth or grey coverage.
I have bleached highlights that are about a level 8 and used this colour hoping to get the colour in the photo. Unfortunately it turned out much darker than expected. My fault for not using the colour chart properly but just a warning!
Absolutely love purchasing from tint department! Always matches my hair perfectly, have ordered 4 times now and I will continue to order forever
So happy you love the colour Amy!
Beautiful brown shade, didn't come out as ashy as I hoped it would but a lovely brown none the less. Please note the shade came out way darker than the swatch.
Dark Ash Blonde in most brands - as in, a 6,1 or 7.1 are colours - not lighteners. They WILL deposit colour on your hair. I'm an Ash brown - I use this and it matches my natural colour perfectly. When used on very blonde hair, the result will be lighter - used on darker hair, it'll be darker etc.
Don't be fooled, this is not a toner nor is this for blondes (unless you want to go darker). The image may show a nice cool toned blonde, but that is definitely not going to be your end result. I flushed it down the drain as soon as I saw the product turn a warmish brown colour. Keep in mind, this is not Tint Department's fault, but when selecting a colour I advise googling 'Wella Colour Charm Chart' to find your right colour.