Goldwell Colorance Demi-Color Hair Color (4.2 oz. canister)

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Goldwell Colorance Demi-Color Hair Color (4.2 oz. canister)
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What it is:
Goldwell Colorance is a demi-permanent hair color that not only protects the hair, but even repairs the hair structure.

What it does:
The healthier the hair, the more beautiful and shining the color result will be Goldwell Colorance Demi Color Acid Hair Color Coloration is a gentle hair color than contains no ammonia. Patented technolgy with a mild pH of 6.8. Goldwell Colorance Acid Color creates billiant, fashionable yet naturally looking colors.

What else you need to know:
Colors fade slowly and stay on tone. With Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Hair Color, there is no visible re-growth.

Click here to download the PDF Goldwell Colorance Demi-Permanent Color Guide for instructions regarding developers, mixing ratios, and tips!

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Directions for Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Hair Color Coloration:

The mixing ratio is always 2 parts of Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Lotion and 1 part Colorance Acid Color (i.e. 40 ml Lotion + 20 ml color). Mix lotion and color thoroughly in an applicator bottle. Apply to shampooed, towel-drired hair, evenly saturating all hair. Leave to process for 5-25 minutes based on the desired color intensity. Thoroughly rinse hair with warm water. Do not shampoo. Style as desired.

Goldwell Canisters must be used with Goldwell's Measuring Bowl to dispense color from canister.

For instructions on dispensing haircolor from Goldwell's Canister system, please view the following PDF file:
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91% Recommend this product (42 of 46 responses)
By Karen
Houston, TX
June 11, 2017
Love it
It takes all of the yellow out of my gray hair. It is so easy to do. Taught by a stylist so that I can do it monthly!
ProsSo easy
By Kat
Shady side, MD
May 14, 2017
Awesome
I use this stuff a lot and it's amazing!
By Linda aaron
Philly
April 27, 2017
Help,! Can you tell me proportions to use ofcolorance clear and developer. Proper way to put on hair. Thank ou
Had in beauty shop Love it but expensive when they do it
ProsMakes my hair shines and healthy
By Pat Manning
Florida
February 28, 2017
Love it
Would not use any other product
By Pat Manning
Florida
February 28, 2017
Love it
Good product
By Dagneli
Kissimmee, FL
November 24, 2016
Like
Very good
By 2wheelermom
San Diego
August 23, 2016
Wonderful!
I use this once every three or four root touch-ups just to freshen the ends. The color blends beautifully with the topchic that I use on the roots and gives the rest of my hair a natural, shiny freshness.
By Susan
TX
July 11, 2016
Fabulous product, for a great price
I can keep this on hand to freshen my Demi hair color, between salon visits. The cost at Sleekhair makes this a tremendous value!
By Twinkle
Los Altos, CA
January 10, 2016
Worked great! *Must use canister with Goldwell Color Dosage System*
I use a little bit of 6NN from a tube mixed with 5NN from the canister for my color. Color turns out great. Had to experiment with the amount of each color. I have dark brown hair but the 5NN by itself turned out almost black on my hair, especially the fronts. I like that it's not permanent color and covers most of my grey hairs very well. There are a few greys that don't color completely, but most do. **You MUST buy the Goldwell Color Dosage System to use with the canister though.**
ProsColor looks natural. Cover most greys. Not as harsh as permanent color.
ConsMust buy the Goldwell Color Dosage System to use with the canister or else it will not work. Does not cover very resistant greys completely.
By shelley andersen
Arizona
November 25, 2015
Love the color
I love the brilliance and color from Goldwell, altho doesnt last long
25 Questions & 23 Answers
Saundra
from Texas asked:
June 26, 2017
What are the differences between Goldwell colorance "soft color" and "demi color?" Thankd, SD

Marina
from Edgewater, New Jersey asked:
February 18, 2016
What are the differences between GOLDWELL COLORANCE DEMI COLOR ACID SEMI-PERMANENT HAIR COLOR COLORATION (2.1 OZ. TUBE) - 10BS and Goldwell Colorance Demi-Color Hair Color (4.2 oz. canister). Thank you

Janet
from Orlando asked:
January 13, 2016
I always use the colorant cover plus tube 5NN. I ordered the canister for the first time and it just do not have any instructions on how to use the canister. Would you please explain? Thank you

Nicole
from PA asked:
January 13, 2016
What happened to 10A??

Gray
from Texas asked:
December 2, 2015
My topchic formula is 15 ml 6NN + 20 ml 6G + 10 ml 6MB. To use colorance to refresh base color on ends should my colorance formula be the same? If so, where do I find 6G in colorance? Thanks!!

Brinda
from Missouri asked:
November 8, 2015
Do you process Goldwell Colorance Cover Plus Demi Color with a cap on?

Diane
from Los Angeles, California asked:
August 3, 2015
Hi, so I am new to this product, but will all the great reviews I have heard, I am very interested in trying this soon. Is there any other product I would need to purchase if I am interested in using the Goldwell 8BA?
You will need a developer - The mixing ratio is 2 parts of Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Lotion and 1 part Colorance Acid Color (i.e. 40 ml Lotion + 20 ml color).
Maiia
on October 27, 2015
from San Jose, CA
Yes. You will need a Colorance developer lotion. The mixing ratio is 2 parts of Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Lotion and 1 part Colorance Acid Color (i.e. 40 ml Lotion + 20 ml color).
Maiia
on November 23, 2015
from San Jose, CA

baranduin
from west coast asked:
August 3, 2015
I can't seem to order the bottle etc I need in order to get the demi color out of the canister. Please tell me where I can find it on the site?
You can use Goldwell Applicator Bottle with the Despot-System - http://www.sleekhair.com/7680.html or Goldwell mixing bowl http://www.sleekhair.com/7683.html
Maiia
on October 27, 2015
from San Jose, CA
The canister works with the depot system which pumps the product into a vessel that sits on top of it. You can extract product using the bottle or bowl that is part of the system. Look on this site for "GOLDWELL COLORANCE APPLICATOR BOTTLE - DEPOT-SYSTEM / VALVE & BRUSH". Make sure it has the valve at the bottom. If you prefer bowl with brush, then look on this site for "GOLDWELL COLOR DOSAGE SYSTEM - COLOR DOSAGE SYSTEM KIT". It has 3 pieces: a bowl, screw on bottom (with valve) and cylinder that installs in the center to measure. I learned the hard way that regular bowls and brushes and bottles that are not part of the system (even Goldwell's) do not work with the canisters. Once you have them, it is dream as they make measuring and mixing so much easier. Good luck!
Kat
on April 25, 2017
from New York, NY

rowena arries
from Cape town asked:
July 30, 2015
how do you get the color out of the canister?
The color in the canister is supposed to be used with the Goldwell Colorance Applicator Bottle or Goldwell Bowl that come with the Despot-System.
Maiia
on October 27, 2015
from San Jose, CA
You can use Goldwell Bowl or Goldwell Colorance Applicator Bottle that comes with the Despot-System /Valve & Brush option.
Maiia
on November 23, 2015
from San Jose, CA
The canister works with the depot system which pumps the product UP into a vessel that sits on top of it. You can extract product using the bottle or bowl that is part of the system. Look on this site for "GOLDWELL COLORANCE APPLICATOR BOTTLE - DEPOT-SYSTEM / VALVE & BRUSH". Make sure it has the valve at the bottom. If you prefer bowl with brush, then look on this site for "GOLDWELL COLOR DOSAGE SYSTEM - COLOR DOSAGE SYSTEM KIT". It has 3 pieces: a bowl, a screw-on bottom (with valve) and cylinder that installs in the center to measure. I have both. I learned the hard way that regular bowls and brushes and bottles that are not part of the system (even Goldwell's) do not work with the canisters. Once you have them, it is dream as they make measuring and mixing so much easier. Good luck!
Kat
on April 25, 2017
from New York, NY

Andrea
from Bucks Pa asked:
July 29, 2015
I have light blonde hair with highlights, in between the nuance color they put on my hair and they use a toner from Goldwell called creamy blonde or champagne what would you recommend for a between color to keep the body and shine I am looking at the Goldwell Colorance Demi-color clear? or a light blonde color
It depends which color you want as result and which color you have now. If your hair damaged and looks almost white you can use Colorance Express Toning. If the level of your hair not higher then 10, you can use 10 level of basic Colorance color
Maiia
on October 27, 2015
from San Jose, CA
you can use regular Colorance demi color in the light level - for example 10BG (beige) or 10V (pearl) or use special product - Colorance toning - it was designed for pre-lighten hair for express-toning.
Maiia
on November 23, 2015
from San Jose, CA

Patricia
from Kernersville, NC asked:
July 21, 2015
If i combine Goldwell demi 5n and 6b 50/50 on graying dark brown hair with 20 volume developer , what color should i expect my new hair color to be?
Your new hair will be very damaged because this color product can not be mixed with 20 vol developer. You will need Colorance Demi Color Intensive Developer Lotion only
Maiia
on October 27, 2015
from San Jose, CA
First of all, you can not use 20 vol developer with this product. For Colorance hair color was designed Goldwell Colorance Demi Color Developer Lotion. If you mix 5 n and 6b you will get 5.5 nb as result (neutral-beige color on the level 5.5)
Maiia
on November 23, 2015
from San Jose, CA

MADLYN POWELL
from ABINGTON asked:
July 10, 2015
can 7N be mixed with 8GB?

Anne
from Massachusetts asked:
June 12, 2015
I would like to glaze my hair to add shine and reduce brassiness and am not sure which ones to get...my hair color is currently goldwell: 50cc 20 volume, 17cc 8nn, 17cc 7nn, 10cc 7sb and 5cc 8gb. any recommendations. thanks!
If you get brassiness why you use warm tones in the color? It is not necessary to mix 4 colors - you can mix 8NN and 7SB only. In anyway to add shine and reduce warm undertones you can use 8SB + 7NA (50:50)
Maiia
on June 19, 2015
from San Jose, CA

Sunny
from Alaska asked:
April 28, 2015
How to use it ?

Marcia
from Warrenton, VA asked:
March 27, 2015
what does the red background on the top of some of the colorance lotion products mean ex RO
Do you mean developer lotion with the pink "C" on the bottle? It is Goldwell Colorance Demi Color Intensive Developer Lotion& It was designed especially for use with Colorance demi-permanent hair color (only NN shades, Max Red shades, or when combining these shades with Acid shades).
Maiia
on June 14, 2015
from CA

linda
from Idaho asked:
March 27, 2015
What is the difference between goldwell colorance demi-color hair color in the canister and the colorance acid color in the tube? Are they both the same product in different containers or are they different? Advantages to each?
At first I loved the cannister - thought it was easier. Now I hate it. Keeps getting clogged. Also actually more difficult for me to adjust color to my liking -- it just squirts too much or too little. In fact I still have cans - unused - purchased to store --. The Tube is great -- Mix it with Lotion -- sometimes i add 7N (a drop) for the grey near my temples. My new favorite is the foam....I use it nearly every week to perk up the color. Can be drying so you'll need a good conditioner to apply after you rinse it out. BTW - I'm not a hairdresser -- so this is just how I personally do my hair - Looks Great!!!
Connie
on April 24, 2015
from Los Angeles, CA

Martha Garcia
from Philadelphia PA asked:
January 30, 2015
What lotion needs this colorance demi-color clear
The mixing ratio is 2 parts of Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Lotion and 1 part Colorance Acid Color (i.e. 40 ml Lotion + 20 ml color). Processing time - 20 minutes without heat
Maiia
on February 6, 2015
from California

Alice
from Arizona asked:
January 24, 2015
Hi , so want to try this brand of demi color but don't know how to figure the colors to match my usual light cool brown I use in Clairol..if anyone can help I would appreciate it. I also mix a touch of light neutral brown... both are level 4 and it does come out dark even though they are both "light" browns...thanks
For level 4 in Colorance you can use 4N or 4BP colors. The first variant is neutral brown, the second - Pearly Brown (more cool brown)
MAIIA
on January 29, 2015
from California

alice
from Arizona asked:
December 1, 2014
Hi, looking for a "cool" light ash brown and blonde. Afraid the ash might come out too drab and charcoal like..anyone have a suggestion ? I'm olive skin tone with brown hair which tends to pull copper color..thanks..
You can choose the right color in the color chart. For "cool" result you can mix Ash and violet colors. But you have to realize non-permanent color (as Colorance) can not make your hair lighter, so you'll need the color the same or one level darker then your today color.
MAIIA
on January 29, 2015
from California

kat
from miami florida asked:
November 15, 2014
Somebody can tell me how can I use this product????
The problem is how to open or to use the product? If use - The mixing ratio is 2 parts of Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Lotion and 1 part Colorance Acid Color (i.e. 40 ml Lotion + 20 ml color). Processing time - 20 minutes without heat
MAIIA
on January 29, 2015
from California

Kathleen
from NJ asked:
September 17, 2014
how long to wait before using Demi- Color after hair is permed
A minimum one week. Goldwell Colorance is a demi-permanent hair color that not only protects the hair, but even repairs the hair structure.
Maiia
on October 14, 2014
from San Jose, CA

jeanne
from Weston, FL asked:
September 14, 2014
What developer do you recommend to cover gray using level 7 on dk blond base?
Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Lotion The mixing ratio is always 2 parts of Goldwell Colorance Acid Color Lotion and 1 part Colorance Acid Color (i.e. 40 ml Lotion + 20 ml color).
Maiia
on October 14, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Nicole
from US asked:
August 27, 2014
Hi. I noticed that there isn't a 6MB Colorance color. Would I get a "6MB result" if I mixed half 5MB and 7MB for the color portion of the mix? Thank you.
Yes. If you will mix 5MB with 7MB in the ratio 50:50 (1:1), you will get the same result if you use 6MB
Maiia
on September 3, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Gloria
from San Francisco, CA asked:
July 25, 2014
Can this product be used as a toner for brassiness. I use goldwell topchic 9a with 20 developer. I am also thinking about putting low lights in with an 8A topchic and or 7A topchic. Just to add some dimension and tone down brassiness I would get with a N or NA. Please let me know about the demi-color. I have seen on videos it is used as a toner and more gentle than Wella T-18.
If your hair have yellow or red-yellow hues is better to use the shadows with silver, blue and violet pigments (8SB for example)
Maiia
on August 25, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Norey Oh
from Malaysia asked:
July 4, 2014
May I bring a bottle of 4N canister to a hair dresser to use on my hair? Do I have use only coldwell hair experts?
If you hairdresser will be agree why not
Maiia
on July 17, 2014
from San Jose, CA

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