What colour is Wella 77 0?


What colour is Wella 77 0?

Medium Blonde
77/0 Medium Blonde Intensive colour shade.

What is Welloxon perfect?

THE IDEAL PARTNER FOR WELLA PERMANENT COLOURS AND LIGHTENERS. Available in different volumes for all service possibilities (1.9%, 4%, 6%, 9% and 12%) Specifically reformulated to achieve the most accurate colour, redesigned to provide: • Optimal consistency with new Koleston Perfect.

What is 1.9 developer used for?

Description. Color Touch Developer is a 1.9%, 6 vol cream lotion from Wella Professionals, specially formulated for use with the popular Color Touch and Color Touch Relights systems. It gives beautiful, long-lasting colour results.

What developer should you use with toner?

Use 10 volume developer with a darker toner. A 10 volume developer is the least powerful, and works best if your toner is dark blonde or even ash brown, or if you’re trying to get rid of only mild brassy tones.

What do the Wella numbers mean?

The number to the left of the stroke represents the depth (2/ – 10/) and the number on the right of the stroke, the tonal value (/0 – /9). Depth means how light or how dark the hair is for example:- – 6/0 the depth is 6, Dark blonde. Tone means what colour the hair is for example:- – 6/4 the tone is 4, Red.

Can you use Wella Colour touch as a toner?

High shine for healthy looking colour. WHAT IS COLOR TOUCH? Low commitment, multi faceted hair colour for clients that like to change up their tone regularly. 5-20 mins Perfect toning choice as Color Touch Relights contains no depth, so is ideal to keep your blondes bright and tonal.

What volume of developer should I use?

20 volume is likely the most used developer in the salon. Twenty volume will give 1-2 levels of lift when used with permanent hair color. On finer fabrics it may even give up to 3 levels of lift. It is the standard developer for grey coverage, however, a stronger developer may be needed for more resistant hair types.

What is the difference between Wella 1.9 and 4?

1.9% is great for use with most Wella Colour Touch Colours to enhance colour and condition. Perfect for use on recently permed, normal to fine hair. 4% is recommended for use on grey hair and works better to keep colour in longer when using the Vibrant Red Collection. Perfect for use on coarse hair.

What volume developer should I use for toner?

Ten volume
Ten volume is also the default developer for many toners and glazes, however, keep in mind that this higher volume developer means a possible shift to the natural base color. When 10 volume is used with bleach it can give 1-4 levels of lift depending on the bleach, the method of application, and the hair.