Goldwell Colorance Demi Color Acid Semi-Permanent Hair Color Coloration (2.1 oz. tube)

Goldwell Colorance Demi Color Acid Semi-Permanent Hair Color Coloration (2.1 oz. tube)
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Hair Color & Treatments / Hair Color / Semi & Demi Permanent Hair Color

What it is:
Colorance is a demi-permanent hair color that not only protects the hair, but even repairs the hair structure. The healthier the hair, the more beautiful and shining the color result will be.

What it does:

  • Color Infuse
  • Cover Plus - Grey Coverage & Low lights
  • Express toning


What else you need to know:
Patented technology with a mild pH of 6.8. Goldwell Colorance Acid Color creates brilliant, fashionable yet naturally looking colors.

Printed on individual box.
168 Reviews
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91% Recommend this product (153 of 168 responses)
By mariah
Charlotte, NC
May 19, 2017
Beautiful Blonde
This is a great natural blonde shade and one of the best color products I have found.
By mariah
Charlotte, NC
May 19, 2017
Great for blondes
The violet color is perfect for combatting against gold tones in blondes.
By Kat
Shady side, MD
May 14, 2017
Love it
This did a great job at covering up the mess on my hair. Will buy again!
By M. J.
Laramie , WY
March 9, 2017
Awesome product!!
Goldwell Colorance Demi Color Semi-Permanent Hair Color is a great product. The color makes your hair shine and gives new life to my hair. It always turns out for me and others I have used this product on. It is easy to apply and mix.
ProsIt washes out slowly over approximate 4-6 weeks and doesn't leave your hair with your natural color roots showing. It is very easy to use.
ConsIt does wash out in 4-6 weeks.
By Svetlana
Newark, Delaver
March 2, 2017
I have been using Goldwell Colorance Acid Semi perm color in the NN shades. This product actually covers my grays so well that I do not have to recolor for 8 weeks! It even covers so well that I only color the roots for about 30 mins and the length for 15 mins. It makes my hair so conditioned and soft. I love this product and recomend it for women who do not want to enter the world of permanent drying hair color. I love it!!!!
By Linda
Pearl River, LA
February 24, 2017
colors are good
When I mix this 5n with 6n, it gives me my true color. I will be using this combination in "permanent" instead of demi-permanent" next time because my gray hairs are very resistant.
By Ele
Queens, New York
February 18, 2017
The very best hair color
Goldwell IS the very best. Used this product 30+ years. I know immediately when a salon does not use Goldwell on my hair. Salon cannot fool me. Have changed salons constantly and drive out of my way for Goldwell bc some salons stop using it for cost/profit.
ProsLook younger with shiny, soft, manageable and healthy hair.
ConsSalons switch from Goldwell to another product after a while or discontinue carrying it altogether. Often without my knowledge. Cannot buy product myself from Goldwell to bring to a local salon to be reassured they use Goldwell. Last year another product was used on my,hair (awful). I am growing through the process of growing it out again. Sometimes I drive out of my way for a Goldwell salon who eventually switches. When you use Goldwell you will see, feel, andrealize the huge difference!
By Kim
February 12, 2017
Love Goldwell Colorance Demi Color
I have been using Goldwell Colorance Demi Color for 5 years and am sold for life. I used to use store bought color and they worked good. But the first couple days the color (I use soft black) was harsh and very solid. Then my hair started to feel dry and stringy after a couple weeks. On a whim I went to a salon and treated myself. They used Goldwell Colorance Demi Color on my hair and it was so natural looking and my hair was super soft. I was ecstatic when I found it online! This particular color (Demi) does not cover ALL grays and is more like a color enhancer. It covers most of my grays but some it only softens so your hair looks brighter, shinier, softer and natural. It doesn't have ammonia so it washes out gradually and there is no harsh growth line. I use this once every 2 months but in summer time, once a month and still, my hair is soft and not dried out.
ProsEasy on hair Very natural looking Hair is soft and shiny No overwhelming chemical smells Applies to towel dried hair so uses less product Gradually washes out so transition from roots isn't so harsh
ConsNone for me!
By Wanda
January 16, 2017
My hair felt wonderful.
I have gray hair. White in front and salt and pepper in the back. A hairdresser used this produce and I could not believe the difference in my hair. She used 10 Silver and the contrast between the front of my hair and the back really evened out. My hair felt soft for weeks and was so much easier to manage. There was no tinge of yellow left at all and I never saw yellow come back for at least a month.
ProsMakes hair feel wonderful.
By Mary-Pat
Lewisville, TX
December 27, 2016
Love it
Best product
25 Questions & 9 Answers
Chelsea Ryan
from asked:
September 30, 2017
Is thought color my colorist used last time was colorance 6bg? I can't seem to find it though? Just looking to mix in a golden brown with colorance 6bp? Thank you for any help. :)
You can do either 6B or 7BG both will add golden tone to it, all depends how dark you want to go. If I understood you right..
on October 3, 2017
from Sherman Oaks, CA

anne kluskie
from new york asked:
July 13, 2017
I would like to know what developer you use with this pomergrante 6KR because theres two kinds the plus one and the one that doesn't say plus on it thank you

Sandi Quinn
from Rockford, MI asked:
June 26, 2017
I have let my hair go gray, most of which is white, with some gray in the back. I would like to use the semi-permanent to give it a light brown color that will wash out gradually. Will this product work on my hair? I don't want to go back to permanent because I hate the grow out lines.

from VA asked:
May 29, 2017
Hello, I would like to buy this product but I am not sure what colour I need, the problem is I am trying to dye my hair as close as possible to the natural one. I used to dye it different permanent colour from diffferent brands, but since 1 year I dindnt dye it at all, and my friend she is a customer with you for long time and she is using this semi colorance and it looks good, she adviced me to do the same, i ordered one time what she recomended me, but the shade was out of stock for around 6 months, and now i want to order this product but im afraid of getting the wrong one. So I need you help please, my hair is 1/4 natural and 3/4 redish orange, i cant understand it. I would like to cover it with a darker shade or i dont know. I got a pictute of my crazy hair colour. I would like to go to a natural shade (medium ash brown, i think )in time, i understand its not gonna work from first time, but im also afraid of getting a red shade even over my natural part of the hair. Please, help me

from Virginia asked:
May 14, 2017
I use Goldwell 7NA and 8 NA. My hair is naturally dark brown but now I have a lot of gray. I want to use the clear for shine, as we all know what gray can do to your hair...what do I need to mix the clear with?
You would use the blue developer. 2:1 ratio (same as the color) leave in your hair for about 20-30 minutes and then rinse with cold water. The clear for shine is amazing ;)
on August 15, 2017

from NJ asked:
February 8, 2016
I recently did a treatment of Demi clear and 20v developer to shine and brighten. Unfortunately my roots came out to red/ gold on my light blonde highlighted hair. I would like to bring back the ash and darken my roots a shade. What would be your recommendation to achieve that? My natural root color is a med ash blonde.

from Florida asked:
January 31, 2016
Should I use 2 tubes of the acid semi-permanent and 1 of the developer and mix together? How many ml exactly contains one tube of developer and the color? Thank you.

Maria Sakowitz
from E. Brunswick, N.J. asked:
January 3, 2016
I have my Goldwell colors from my beautician. When I am in Florida for several months I would like to mix my own blend when I need it. When the combination of colors is mixed, is it a 1:1 solution of peroxide?? Also, do you measure by the teaspoonful to blend the colors the mix in the peroxide?? I plan to order asap when I get to Florida next week. Can't carry on plane. Maria Sakowitz

from Texas asked:
December 28, 2015
Is this color considered a toner?

Diana Watts
from Cincinnati,Ohio asked:
December 20, 2015
can you use 6B gold brown,with Colorance Cover Plus Lotion with the same results.

from New York City asked:
December 15, 2015
I'm going to use Colorance to refresh my faded highlights. Am I supposed to use shampoo after I rinse the colorance out of my hair, or should I just rinse with plain water?

from Nj asked:
December 7, 2015
I found that color barely lasts 3 weeks or so. Is it expected with semi-permanent colors?

from Brooklyn, New York asked:
November 21, 2015
Hello, I used Goldwell Topchic 5NA. The color is perfect but my hair becomes very weak after coloring and falls. Now i want to try Goldwell Colorance Demi color product. Could you tell me which color is the same as Goldwell Topchic 5NA (or the closest)? Thank you, Zarina

Elizabeth Binder
from Long Island, NY asked:
October 21, 2015
Hi. Does Colorance Demi have to be mixed with developer or is it ready to use out of the tube? Thank you.

Ellen Adams
from Somerville, MA asked:
September 14, 2015
My hair is strawberry blond/orange naturally. I want to cover up greys so I would like to use the Colorance Demi 8OR orange blond red or maybe the light copper. What developer or lotion do I buy with either of these colors?

from Irvine, CA asked:
September 9, 2015
I would like to refresh my color, but not permanently. I have a light auburn color that is growing out with highlights. I'd like to touch up my light brown roots and blend it all with my ends. Will this product be the right choice?

diana watts
from cincinnati,Ohio asked:
August 16, 2015
What lotion would u recommend for this color, gold brown

Ann Marie
from Quincy, MA asked:
July 21, 2015
What Developer do I use with the colorance 5n
on October 16, 2015
from San Jose, CA

from Worcester,Ma asked:
June 26, 2015
I have been using Ion Color Brilliance Ammonia-free color 7G and 8G to color my roots. I would like to start using Goldwell products. What product would you recommend for me? My natural color is dark blond with golden tones. Do I have to use any special Shampoo to transition from one brand to another?
You can choose the same color to switch the new product. You can use your shampoo and conditioner, no needs to buy another one
on October 16, 2015
from San Jose, CA

Vivian Chan
from New York asked:
May 26, 2015
HI, I see that you still have the old version of the Colorance, please advise if I place the order, will you provide the new version of the Colorance Cover Plus ?
Here is no "new" and "old" version. On the right picture - Goldwell Colorance Demi Color Intensive Developer Lotion. It was signed especially for use with Colorance demi-permanent hair color (NN shades, Max Red shades, or when combining these shades with Acid shades).
on June 8, 2015
from San Jose, CA

kathleen ariens
from three lakes, wisconsin asked:
May 8, 2015
is this the same colorance I bought years.ago.that goes on in the shower after you wash your hair----you leave it on while showering than rinse off? I bought a tube of goldwell colorance from my stylist about 15 yreas ago and have never been able to find it since. thankyou, kathleen
It is non-permanent color. But it is a chemical and need to be mixed with developer. You can not use it in the shower. You probably mean other product - Goldwell Colorance Soft Color Foam Colorant Mousse.
on June 4, 2015
from San Jose, CA

Susan Ulrich
from NY asked:
April 24, 2015
WHat is the clear product used for?
You can use Clear if you don't want to change your hair color - only get a shine. You also can mix Clear with others colors to make them lighter.
on June 3, 2015
from San Jose, CA

from boston asked:
April 8, 2015
What is the difference between NN and N
he mark "N" means natural shadow. The shadows with mark "NN" have more natural pigments for great coverage of gray hair and more density of color.
on April 24, 2015
from California

from asked:
March 26, 2015
I recently had my touch up done with an Italian hair color called "Alfaparf" and the color came out a bit too brassy for me. I want to tone it down but not darken it. I have used Goldwell Colorance in the past and do like the product. Which shade wouldyou recommend to accomplish this. I am currently in the 7 family. Thank you.

from Santa Barbara, California asked:
March 2, 2015
Hi there, I am looking to color my bleached blond highlights a dark ash blond. Which shade or combination of shades would you recommend? Also, what is the difference between 6N and 6NN? Thanks
The mark "N" means natural shadow. The shadows with mark "NN" have more natural pigments for great coverage of gray hair and more density of color. The shadows with mark "NN" can give green result over highlights.
on April 2, 2015
from California

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