Wella Color Charm Permanent Toner - T35 Beige Blonde
Looks natural, totally isn't.
THE RESULT: A beautiful beige, not cool but brass free
BASE COLOUR: Violet/Gold
Neutralises Yellow Without Loosing Richness
HAIR LEVEL: Levels Lighter Than 8 (Gold/Yellow)
MUST BE MIXED WITH DEVELOPER. Mixing Ratio - 1:2 (Twice the amount of developer to colour).
10 Vol: Semi-Permanent Results
20 Vol: Permanent Results & 1 Level of Lift
Amazing service, friendly, fast delivery - highly recommend!
I have been trying to find a crisp clean white toner for ever . Your wella 18 is the most amazing ever Thank you so much . Lee
I bleached my hair that had been dyed dark brown a few times and I had a nice yellow base at the top that just needed toning but a band of orange closer to the ends of my hair, it was so hard to get out even after bleaching it again and trying several different toners. I read reviews on this product and decided to give it a go. It took all the orange out and blended completely with the yellow through my hair to give an even coverage. Definitely worth a try if you have bands of orange in your hair.
I have used this toner before, mixed with the light beige blond toner, and also mixed with the T27. Both times I had bleached hair at various yellow and orange tones, and dark regrowth. I know you are not meant to, but both times I put the toner on my roots (first) then the rest of my hair and it lifted my roots to blend with the rest of my hair.. the tone of the yellow and orange always neutralised and looks amazing. If you don't want lift, use 10Vol. Otherwise use as directed with 20Vol. Always fast delivery with a lovely note xxxx
Used T35 after looking at a lot of google reviews and videos. This was a last effort home job before I blow a lot of money at a salon- as I had to urgently fix my hair after using the T14 two weeks ago and getting no Color change to my slightly orange roots but a grey, green silver through my strands. My hair was awfully patchy and embarrassing for my job in the beauty industry. I box bleached first to strip it to an even Color- which was a pale yet bright orange throughput. I mixed T35 with 20d and left it for 30 minutes. I wished I’d left it for longer to be honest but I was still happy with the results. It took all the bright orange away and left it as more of an even, strawberry blonde. Still wasn’t the colour I’d seen on any reviews or demonstrations which was a bit frustrating but it fixed the appearance of my hair and didn’t destroy the condition. The less than perfect Color might just be because I used Cureplex no.2 before toning so the bonds didn’t grab as well whereas in the videos they just put it straight on the freshly lightened hair. I’ll still be using it again in a few weeks and leaving it on for closer to 50 minutes.