Achieve your target color every time" 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.
Color: 8NA Light Natural Ash Blonde
Manufacturer: Goldwell Topchic


14 reviews
13 reviews
11 reviews
10 reviews
9 reviews
8 reviews
7 reviews
5 reviews

« Previous Next »

Customer Feedbacks >> See All Customer Feedbacks

by Mrs. Hopefully >> See more reviews

Never Waster $$ at A salon. Use Goldwell!

i'm never spending money at a salon again. I was spending $75 a month to keep up my platinumish blonde hair. It makes me sick thinking about it now, because it is so easy to do your own hair. I started out with the drugstore brands. They fade, and made my hair brassy and dry. Then I did switched to goldwell and it made my hair much thicker, healthier and shiny. I use it once a month and get a lot of compliments. For people who are buying this for the first time - you have to buy and mix this with developer in order for it to work. 40 volume developer is the strongest (use this if you have dark hair and want to go light blonde) next is 30 volume developer (what I use), then 20 volume developer. Here is my formula (I have naturally dirty blonde-light brown hair): I mix 50ml (50ml=little over 3tbs) of 30 vol developer and 25ml of Goodwell hair color and let it sit for about 35 minutes. I felt this shade was a little brassy for me so I bought 12BN and it was perfect

by Somavirex >> See more reviews

Best Color, Will Never Use Anything Else

I used to be a die-hard Aveda fan - I loved the colors, but unfortunately they fade extremely quickly on my hair. My stylist switched to using Goldwell colors, and I will never turn back. My hair has a tendency to go brassy, so for browns we use 4,5, or 6 NN (depending on what time of year it is) When I want a beautiful, bright, intense true red, we use the MaxReds collection 6RR and highlight with either 7RR or 6RR mixed with RR-mix. All of these colors are amazing at coloring gray hair too. If you look on Goldwell's site, they have excellent descriptions of their colors and swatches. The mixing ratio, according to Goldwell, is 1:1. I use 10% developer but if you have a decent amount of gray, you're going to need a 20% developer. EDIT: I noticed a few comments mentioning that they dyed their hair using JUST RR-mix. No. DO NOT DO THAT. Let me clarify: RR-mix is a mix-in, NOT a true dye. It just makes the color more intense for the short-term. It will wash out pretty quickly, so it's mostly for a week-long pop of color on top of already vibrant color.

by Rachele R >> See more reviews

great product.

My hair dresser got upset that i was dying my own hair (it needs to be done every month). I was using stuff from the supermarket. She said its really bad for your hair. I asked her if it would be ok to use Goldwell at home. That's the brand they use!!! I now mix my own hair color at home saving me soooo much money. Its even cheaper than the box stuff bc one tube is good for 3 applications. I will never go back to the box.

Love Goldwell

I use to work as a hairstylist so I have tried and continue to try everything. Nothing beats Goldwell haircolor. The line offers great shades, it conditions the hair and cover grey well. In addition, the color tends to keep its vibrancy and smells great while your working with it. The reason why most salons don't carry it is because it is expensive and they think that the average consumer won't know the difference between other cheaper coloring systems (eg. Wella, Logics, Matrix...) and Goldwell but once you try it you will definitely know the difference and won't use anything else. Of all the lines it has one of the most neutral color balanced bases out there and if you know how to create color you can create any shade with a well balanced neutral base. Its rich and conditioning to the hair once its on and washes off clean. To keep the hair in tip top shape a stylist is encouraged to do color balancing which uses Colorance developer and Colorance corresponding hair color. Color balancing keeps the shade and the vibrancy in your hair like the first day that you colored it. If you have not tried Goldwell I encourage you to find a salon that carries it. Its more expensive but definitely worth it. Then go on Amazon to buy your shade and do your salon color at home. Use a colorist only for the hard stuff like going blonde, correcting color or changing shades when its over two levels. Good luck

by Kelsey Wilson >> See more reviews

Pretty, not blonde. Prob my fault.

Pretty brown..not as light as I expected but I know nothing about mixing. My hair is naturally dark brown. I had been using the 7N which made it a dark copper brown. I covered it with this 7a with 1:1 9% and set no heat 30 min.

Great color, pretty easy to use!

The color was pretty easy to use, with some help for the back of my hair since it has gotten pretty long. I didn't exactly know what I was doing, I just used the info I could find online. I chose Goldwell because in my early 20's, I went from dark brunette with highlights, to BLONDE! My hair stylist was very knowledgeable, and she always used Goldwell, so I thought I'd give it a shot. I just wanted to change my shade of dark brown and get rid of some old brassy highlights and some pesky grey hairs near my roots. I mixed it 1:1 like I read online, and used a 20% developer since I read that it would be the best since I wasn't trying to lighten my hair, yet I needed to cover some grey. I mixed it was well as I could (I know I didn't have it EXACT, but close) and separated my hair into about 6 sections and started in the middle of the hair shaft, and worked my way toward the roots and then the ends. All in all the project cost me about $55 start to finish - I needed two tubes of color for my hair - but I still have all the tools I need and plenty of developer for my next application. I'll post a before and after pic soon!

True to color and covers well

Bought this shade after I had the same color done in hair salon. Go by the instruction from Goldwell website, I mixed this color with topchic 6%20 vol developer lotion, it covers my gray just like salon does.! It is worth the money!

by Vanessa C >> See more reviews

Great shine!

Rich color and great shine. I love that I can purchase a high-end product without a hairdresser's license. I did my research before this purchase and it's really true to color. It's makes a brilliant, shiny light brown/dark blonde.

Goldwell 5NN--very neutral dark brown for graying hair

My stylist recommended this color for me--I am half Asian with about 20%-30% gray, and this is the closest shade to my natural color. The best part about the NN is that it doesn't fade to orange in the sun (my undyed hair naturally lightens to orange, and it looks horrible against the greenish undertones in my skin). I combine 3% Goldwell developer with Topchic 5NN in 1:1 ratio and apply every 4-6 weeks, and my hair is only minimally damaged at the ends... though I suspect the damage is a result more from frequent blow drying and flat ironing than coloring. I have to disagree with the reviewer who stated that the color fades quickly. I used the much darker 4NN last fall because I wanted a more dramatic contrast between my skin and hair... holy cow, it was A LOT darker! Almost black. It's been almost 9 months since that dye job, and the last 4" of my hair (the end portion that I dyed and haven't cut) is still a half shade darker than the rest, even though I am careful to apply the color only to the top 3" of my regrowth every time I dye my hair. Highly recommend this color line. It's the only one I've used at home, but previous stylists have tried Paul Mitchell, Redkin, Aveda, Wella, and Matrix and this has been my favorite with gentle yet lasting results.

I trust Goldwell Hair Color!

I use Goldwell Hair Color and Developer to color my hair. The 7NA with the ash keeps the red from grabbing for my brunette hair color. I find that Goldwell does not damage my hair - I have dried drug store hair color and Avon hair color and both resulted in damaged hair. I trust Goldwell!