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1:2 Mixing Ratio for Your Hair by Wella Color Charm



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hi I'm Lindsay Perez and today I'm going

to explain what a 1 to 2 hair color

mixing ratio means and an example of

what that looks like so here's one tube

of well a color charm permanent shade 5n

plus 4 ounces of 20 volume developer

but in this bowl I mix one tube of a

popular permanent hair color line that's

mixed into one to one mixing ratio so

that's two ounces of colors and two

ounces of developer so you only get 4

ounces of color from one tube so as you

can see you get a lot more for your

money with Wella color charms 1 to 2

mixing ratio and you're probably going

to run out of hair before you run out of

color all of Wella color charm permanent

and demi-permanent shades are mixed in a

1 to 2 mixing ratio which means you

would mix one part color plus two parts

developer if you're using a permanent

liquid shade you would mix one bottle

which is one and a half ounces of color

plus 3 ounces of well a color charm

developer but if you're using a

permanent gel or demi-permanent shade

you would mix one tube which is 2 ounces

of color plus 4 ounces of well a color

trim developer this gives you 6 ounces

of color which is enough to color an

average head of hair from roots to end

so if you have any questions or need

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