Tips on Using Wella Haircolor?

Answer Did you know that hair is actually three colors? Red, yellow and blue. Secondary colors are orange, green and violet. If your hair is mainly an orange color, blue will make it a brown/black color. ... Read More »

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Haircolor Tips for Lowlights?

Lowlighting is a hair coloring process in which select strands of hair are dyed a darker color than your primary hair color. According to, lowlights create darker strands that can a... Read More »

How to Use Wella Koleston?

A change of hair color can overhaul an entire look. Many women want to change their natural color, while others just want a subtle shift or to cover up gray hair. Rather than buying hair color in a... Read More »

How to Mix Wella Hair Color?

Wella makes a full line of hair color products called Wella Color Charm Hair Color, a long-lasting semi-permanent hair color. These are varying shades of gold, natural, ash, red, blond and brunette... Read More »

How to Mix Wella Color Charm?

Wella has been creating hair styling products since the early 1900s. Wella Charm hair color is a hair dye that comes in a demi-permanent glazing or permanent dye. It can be used with any permanent ... Read More »