Goldwell Topchic Hair Color (8.6 oz. canister)

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Goldwell Topchic Hair Color (8.6 oz. canister)
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What it is:
Goldwell Topchic Professional Hair Color is the "Winner Of The Stylist Choice Award" for best professional hair color.

What it does:
Achieve your target color every time with Topchic. Topchic is the permanent alkaline hair color for superb color results. Infused with hydrolyzed wheat protein and panthenol to add strength and shine to hair. Impeccable quality. Durable color. Get the desired effect. Accurate. Formulated with Color Link, a patented technology that allows color molecules to "link" together.

What else you need to know:
Its Patented Penetration System ensures even pigment distribution from scalp to ends. Total coverage. Precision in measurement. Tools designed for predictability. All Goldwell hair color is aligned with the Goldwell Master Palette. The Color Depot System guarantees exact dispensing and mixing. Unique to Goldwell products. Exceptional results for you. Right on target.

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93% Recommend this product (118 of 127 responses)
By Patricia
Boston, Ma
October 15, 2017
Gentle one consistent color every time
I use the 6% developer lotion, along with Topchic colors, 5nn and 5a. My hair comes out great all the time. I’ve been coloring my own hair, with resistant grays. This system is so easy and gentle on my short pixie with very fine hair.
ProsGentle and consistent color color.
ConsNone
By Joy
Newport Beach, CA
October 9, 2017
Love It!
I have been using this line for years with consistently beautiful color and great texture.
Prosthe NN line gives complete coverage of grey
By Meow meow
New York, NY
October 6, 2017
Will never stop using it.
Cannot will not stop raving about this product. Agree with all of the 5 star comments. There's just no product that can match its pros. Have been using for over 10 years and will never stop:)
ProsHair is left silky, Shine, pleasant smell, beautiful color deposit
ConsJust never enough:)
By Gina
California
August 19, 2017
Love it.
I love sleek hair.Customers service is really good. I will purchase this product again from sleek hair.
ProsPrompt service.
By SFRed
San Francisco, CA
April 17, 2017
My go-to red
I use this color combined with 8k and the result is a rich, natural red. I love the Goldwell Topchic line. I use this on my roots and then the goldwell demi-color to maintain shine and deep color.
By Theresa
Chicago,Illinois
March 27, 2017
Love It
Very nice color and great hair color product! Nice dark blonde color without any gold tones.
By Lee Ann
Fort Myers, FL
March 20, 2017
Love it!
Love Goldwell color products. Have used it for years. The best color on the market in my opinion. Owned my salon for 32 years...started using Goldwell when it first came out. Can't beat it!!! My clients loved it!
By Kara
Memphis, TN
March 3, 2017
Love it
Great color
By Kara
Memphis, TN
March 3, 2017
Love it
Great color
By Pat Manning
Florida
February 28, 2017
Love it
Would not use any other product
25 Questions & 25 Answers
Cindy Mendoza
from California asked:
July 27, 2017
I have natural black hair and want to get my hair light golden brown.. without damaging my hair any suggestions?

Julie
from Old Forge, NY asked:
June 23, 2017
I am using Loreal Preference - half Light brown 6 and half Medium Brown 5. To cover regrowth gray. Which of the Topchic Colors would be closest to this? I am basically looking for a medium brown with some high lights of blonde that come thru. Thank you.

Karen
from Sarasota fl asked:
June 2, 2016
I have brown under light blonde highlights Grey roots Which color would blend best?
If your trying to color just the grey and your natural hair color is brown than you should try to match the brown and color just the roots. I'm guessing your hair is brown with just some hilites. You can then at some point add more hilites.
Alexandra
on September 11, 2017
from Newton, NH
Since you have grey roots / regrowth, you are going to have to use a N series color to cover the grey. I do not recommend trying to make your hair an allover blonde as you will have to bleach , plus you will be touching up the regrowth every two weeks. Your best option would be to find an N color/ shade that is closest to the brown, perhaps a 7N. However, without seeing your actual haircolor, I cannot give you a definitive shade/color recommendation. Also, the Topchic color is to be mixed with the Touching developer lotion and only applied to the regrowth. For the hair shaft, you will need the corresponding shade/color from the Colorance collection that will be mixed with the Colorance lotion.
Katharine
on September 11, 2017
from Canonsburg, PA
That's a tough question as I don't know how light blonde your hair is. I have blond highlights as well and pretty dark brown hair. I use a 6NN blended with a 7N. Depending on the darkness, use less of the 6N. I find that this works well and looks very natural.
Alice
on September 11, 2017
from cave creek, AZ
The 7NN is what I use to cover my grey because it is in the blonde family and doesn't turn brassy when the roots come through. I typically use 2 oz to color my roots at the part and temples every 2-3 weeks, then pull through every 6 weeks with 4 oz. I no longer do highlights, but when I did, the 7NN blended very well.
Danielle
on September 12, 2017
from Yelm, WA

Tammy
from Tinton falls, nj asked:
February 9, 2016
I currently use equal parts of 6nn, 7nn and 20% developer. The base is too dark. I'm looking to lighten the base color. Any suggestions?
Hello You do not have to use equal parts, that's the beauty with Goldwell. Try 2 parts 7nn to 1 part 6nn, ex: (20oz 7nn 10oz 6nn--30oz developer). it will lighten the base but give some depth.
Cynthia
on August 15, 2017
from Newton, NH
I would recommend adding in more of your 7NN an less 6NN.. Try a 75%/25% split. I too have tried to blend half and half and the dark is too overpowering. I now use 7NN as a base and add 6NN to darken, but the majority has to be the primary, lighter color. I add in about 20-25% of my 6NN to achieve desired results.
Alice
on August 15, 2017
from Scottsdale, Arizona
Whar level is your natural color and how light do you want to go? If 20 volume lightens 1 level. Use 30 volume for darker or equal to the color you to lighten 2-3. Use the 7 only or 8 only, depending on what level ypu want. I suggest you download the goldwell color manual that can be found by googling.
Kristy
on August 15, 2017
from Texaa

Brenda
from Hudson, Florida asked:
January 23, 2016
My hair stylist said to use half 9NN + 8G + 20 volume. I have short hair cut around the ear and 2" long on top. How much should I use of each product? If I order today how long would it take to get my order in Hudson Florida?
This question can't be answered without knowing what your natural color is, what you want it to be, and where you are applying it (roots only? whole head). Regardless, mix equal parts developer and color. The ratio of 9NN and 8G will depend on your natural color and desired color.
Kristy
on August 15, 2017
from texas

Vikki
from Walkertown, NC asked:
January 21, 2016
i would like to order hair color but need to know if i can mix colors to achieve my desired result. i like a medium to dark auburn color. i am obviously the redhead in the photo
yes, Goldwell is very user friendly. They have so many colors you can never go wrong.I have been using it for years, very happy.
Cynthia
on August 9, 2017
from haverhill

Debbie
from Texas asked:
January 17, 2016
My natural hair is a a 6 level. I've been coloring my hair with goldwell which my hairdresser gave me my formula since I had to move away she had me using 20 developer vol @.30 6N @.20 6G@.10 till last year. A hairdresser had told me your hair has a lot of green in it..to stop using the 6G. My hair has some highlights in it this past summer. But Im trying to let my hair grow out from a pixie cut and I've just been coloring the grey roots first then the last 10-15 minutes put it all over. I love that color of the 6NGB....would this be a very dramatic color if I used the 6NGB? Also am I using the correct formula for taking out the green?

ann brady
from ormond beach florida asked:
December 30, 2015
what is the difference between 9N and 9NN. I have been using 9N . Thanks
The NN is more pigmented and used when you have predominantly white/gray hair.
Kristy
on August 15, 2017
from TX

Dolores Meyer
from Mustang, OK asked:
November 26, 2015
about how long can you expect this color to last on graying hair with an average of two shampoo(s) per week. What volumn developer would you recommend 10 or 20? How many applications can one expect from this 8.6 oz. canister? My natural color is dark brown, but tends to pull red, which color would you recommend?

Rochelle
from west palm beach, fl asked:
November 16, 2015
I want a bright blonde, which color should I use?

Laurie Parlapiano
from CA asked:
November 9, 2015
Is this hair color hypoallergenic ?

brian
from glendale arizona asked:
October 22, 2015
how much do you know how to measure for the color and the developer lotion and what percent of the developer lotion should I use
Regardless of how much you use, use equal parts of color and developer.
Kristy
on August 15, 2017
from TX

Elisa
from California asked:
October 2, 2015
What is the difference between Topchic hair color 5N and 5 NN? I have a very fine, thin graying medium brown hair and use the over the counter light brown permanent hair color but my hair turns out to be dark brown after the hair color ( leaving it to process for 30-45 mins.) What hair color should I use to make it light brown and how long should I leave the hair color to process? I am thinking of combining the 5N or 5NN and 6N, what do you suggest? I also need to know what volume of Topchic developer lotion I should use? Thank you.
The NN is more concentrated/pigmented and used if most of your hair is grey/white as opposed to say 25%. It is the same color as the N, but just penetrates the follicle better. Processing should be no longer than 30 minutes, no heat. Any level 5 will be too dark. That is almost black. 6 is a d ark brown. If you want light brown, you need to be in the 7's. 6% developer lightens hair one level. 9% lightens 2-3. Depending on your natural hair color, choose the correct % to lighten.
Kristy
on August 15, 2017
from TX

Caitlin
from fitchburg, ma asked:
September 5, 2015
Hi, I typically use 6rr and I want to switch my color up to the 6vv max, what is the best way for me to do this and get the best, lasting color?

Mary
from Annapolis Maryland asked:
August 12, 2015
What does 2 plus 1 meàn on 11B canister?
Nothing. Yu can read all instructions in the PDF Goldwell Topchic Fact Sheets for instructions on developers, mixing ratios, and tips.
Maiia
on October 16, 2015
from San Jose, CA
It means the ratio is 2:1 because it is a high lift blonde shade
Jamie
on December 27, 2015
from Ny

MILA
from Chicago.il asked:
August 1, 2015
iI LOVE THIS COLOR, I AM USING 7N, ILIKE TO GO LITLE I DARK READ , DUYOU THINK 6RV MAW WILL BE GOOD OR IF NOT GEVE ME ADVICE FOR COLLOR.Thank you.

Joni
from Met., LA 70055 asked:
June 7, 2015
I USUALLY DYE MY HAIR WITH gOLDWELL 3N TOPCHIC AND DEMIPERMENANT ON ENDS. I WA HOPING FOR MORE OF A GLOWING LOOK WITH IT STILL BEING DARK BUT MAYBE A LITTLE GOLDEN TONE. WHATWOULD YOU SUGGEST USING ANDWHAT RATIO TO MAKE IT SHINE WITH GOLDEN TONES WITH IT STILL BE AROUND 3N DARK BROWN AND WHAT SHOULD I ADD TO THE 3N DEMIPERMENANT OR SHOULD I DO IT ALL PERMENANT THE FIRST TIME ANDSTARTDOING THE ENDS WITHTHE DEMIPERMENANT MIXTURE AFTER I GET THELOOK I WANT? WHAT IS A GOOD RATIO OF DEVELOPER TO MIX WITH A DK. BROWN AND ADD SOME GOLDEN SHINE AND WHAT RATIO OF THE GOLD COLOR OR 2 GOLDEN COLORS WOULD YOU WOULD SUGGEST TO ADD TO THE DK. BROWN RATHER 3N OR ANOTHER SUGGESTION OF A DK.bROWN LEVEL 3 COLORTHAT WILL MIXWITH TOPCHIC PERMANT GOLDEN COLORS?, WHATEVER IS A POPULAR COL 2015?FOR DK. BROWN THAT WILL MIX WITH SOME GOLDEN TONES TOMAKE IT EXTREMELY SHINEY?
If your hair was already colored with 3N - it is almost black, you can not make your hair lighter with the color. You'll need bleached products for that. If you want to add more gold shine, you can use demi color with gold nuance but I doubt you can see difference on the so much dark level.
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

Reem
from Gander, Newfoundland asked:
June 2, 2015
Is it safe to be used during pregnancy?

Caroline barnett
from Palm Bay florida asked:
May 15, 2015
Do you still have the 11p and 11n???
Yes, both colors - 11N - Special Natural Blonde and 11P - Special Blonde Pearl are in stock now.
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

Lisa
from Myrtle Beach, SC asked:
February 24, 2015
I am using Loreal Preference - half 8 Neutral and half 7.1 Ash with a 20 volume developer to cover gray. Which of the Topchic Colors would be closest to this? I am basically looking for a dark to medium blonde without too much gold. Thank you.
You can try Goldwell Color : 8NGB - Light Blonde Reflecting Bronze. It contains natural pigments in a base - for good coverage of grey hair. If the result will be too light you can add a little 7N next time
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

Melanie
from Fairfax, VA asked:
February 8, 2015
Trying to decide whether to buy the tube or the canister. What are the pros of the canister? I'm already familiar with the tube. Why do I need the bowl? Can't I use my own bowl? How long does a canister last compared with a tube? Is the consistency of the product the same as in the tube? And can you get the last little bit out of the canister... like you can the tube? Thanks for your help.
The canister requires the special bowl to dispense - you can't just open the lid and dispense it. The product is identical between the canister and the tube so consistency is the same. Look at the amount in the canister vs the tube and you can tell how much longer it will last, depending on your usage.
Kristy
on August 15, 2017
from TX

Judy Witte
from South Lake Tahoe, CA asked:
January 30, 2015
I have used other products on my hair, like Preference and Loreal, and my scalp itches terribly. Does this product do so also?
Yes, it is a very harsh color. You can cover your scalp with special protect product as Pureology Colourists' Solution Anti-Drying Pretreatment before application.
Maiia
on February 21, 2015
from San Jose, CA
Actually mine does too but adding a package or two of Splenda or any other sugar free packet stops the itch. I'm not sure why but it works great
Karen
on May 28, 2016
from Sarasota

Indy
from Boston asked:
January 27, 2015
I've been using 8NN and 7A in equal parts but this is a little too light & would like to darken my base. 2 questions: should I go down a whole level (to 7NN & 6A) or is this too drastic? Also, what is difference between 7NN & 7N-I know NN is for grey coverage but is it also darker than 7N? Same question with what is the difference between A(ash) & NA? THX for you help!
The shadows with mark "NN" have more natural pigments for great coverage of gray hair and more density of color.
Maiia
on January 28, 2015
from CA
If you mix 8NN and 7A the color is 7,5 NA - natural ash. If you want to down the level, you can mix 7NN and 7A - you'll get 7NA. The colors with mark "A" have only ash pigments, with mark "NA" - 70% of natural and 30% of ash pigments
Maiia
on January 28, 2015
from CA

Beth
from bwagaman@sbcglobal.net asked:
January 10, 2015
what is the difference between 8N and 8NN?
The 8N and 8NN both carry a Neutral base for gray coverage however the 8NN will help cover a very resistant gray.
Customer Service
on January 27, 2015
The shadows with mark "NN" have more natural pigments for great coverage of gray hair and more density of color.
Maiia
on January 28, 2015
from CA

BLANCA
from Los Angeles, California asked:
December 7, 2014
what developer should i get for this tipe of color
Choose the shadow and developer, that will match the color: 10 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair darker 20 - for grey natural hair if you want to make your hair darker or for natural hair if you want make your hair lighter up to 2 levels 30 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 3 levels 40 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 4 levels
Maiia
on January 28, 2015
from CA

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