- Wella Hair Colour
Wella Hair Colour
Established in 1880, Wella has been offering high-quality hair products for more than a century. Wella hair colour products are used in countless beauty salons all over the world as they provide a natural aspect while also being gentle and safe to use. Years of accumulated experience have led to the development of several Wella hair colour products, ranging from compact kits that can be used to dye hair at home to professional-grade products that are put to fair use by well-known hairstylists. Advanced techniques and safe testing protocols allow Wella hair colour products to deliver an impressive experience at unbeatable prices.
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Is Wella a professional hair colour?
For more than 140 years now, Wella has come up with professional hair dye solutions for you. They boast a range of permanent, demi, and semi-permanent hair colours, and they're used by many professionals.
What do the numbers on Wella hair colours mean?
The numbers indicate both the level and tone. The level number means how much lift the colour has – the higher the number, the lighter the colour. The tone is a nuance of colour - it can be warm, cool, or neutral.
Do hairdressers use Wella?
Wella is a very popular and reputed brand, and professionals and hairdressers all over the world use it.
Which hair colour cancels orange?
You can cancel orange with blue and violet shades. As they're at opposite ends of the colour wheel. Using purple hair dye mixed with conditioner or toner for example, will help to banish orange and brassy tones from blonde hair.
What are the four categories of hair colour?
These are the four most common categories of hair colour: permanent, demi-permanent, semi-permanent and temporary.