With Wella Color Charm, you can change your entire look in just 20 minutes. With dozens of colors from which to choose, Wella offers professional hair dyes at a friendly cost. When dyeing your hair yourself, closely follow the instructions in your Color Charm hair kit. Once you mix your Color Charm hair color, you can start dyeing your hair right away. Within several minutes, you'll be ready to reveal your new look.
Pour 1 oz. of the Wella Color Charm hair color into the color squeeze bottle that came in your hair kit.
Pour 2 oz. of the color developer into the color squeeze bottle. Always keep the ratio of hair color to color developer 1:2.
Screw the lid into the squeeze bottle. Shake the bottle to thoroughly mix the hair color with the color developer.
Put on a pair of latex gloves and apply the color to your hair as you normally would. Massage the color throughout your hair.
Leave the color on your hair for 20 minutes so that the color can develop fully. Rinse your hair with warm water but no shampoo until the water runs clear. Apply a hair conditioner to your hair to prevent your hair from drying out. Rinse out the conditioner, then dry your hair as normal.
How to Color Auburn Hair Dark Brown
How to Remove Red Hair Color With ...
How to Dye Hair Blonde without the ...
How to Use Dark Ash Revlon Colorsilk
How to Get Kool-Aid out of Hair
How to Use a 40% Developer With Toner
How to Color Block Hair With Foiling
How to Use a Toner When Coloring Hair
How to Mix Hair Color and Gray Magic
What Is Clear Matrix Color Sync?
How to Make Purple Hair Dye From Kool ...
How to Put Conditioner in Permanent ...
Should I Wash My Hair Before Using Hair ...
How to Make Dye Cover More Hair
How to Get Rid of Highlights in Your ...
How to Get Brown Hair Back to Gray
How to Get Rid of Bronze Hair Color
How to Highlight Hair Different Colors
How to Make Black Hair Dye Fade Out
How to Use a Shampoo Color Cap
Andrea Griffith has been writing professionally since 2005. Her work has been published by the "Western Herald," Detroit WDIV, USAToday and other print, broadcast and online publications. Although she writes about a wide range of topics, her areas of expertise include fashion, beauty, technology and education. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and English from Western Michigan University.