Wednesday, August 14, 2013

InDecisive Nail Lacquer - Ichor

Today I have a post for you that is a few months overdue! I delayed swatching these thermal beauties after breaking my nails so I'm super excited to finally be able to show them to you now. Ichor is a thermal color changing topper by InDecisive Nail Lacquer that is available in blue, purple, red and black. They can be layered over different base colors to create fun effects. I chose to layer them over white to show their "purest" form. I couldn't help but wear each of them for a day or two while swatching. They are just so fun...


Ichor Blue is sheer with just a hint of blue tint when warm and transitions to a bright baby blue when cold. It applies smoothly with no problems. I used two coats over Wet 'n Wild French White Cream. It dries with a slight satin finish, so I used a top coat for these swatches...


Icy cold...



Ahh, so warm...


I chose to layer this with another InDecisive beauty named Speckled White. Although it is summer outside, doesn't this look like the perfect winter wonderland? I can just picture it with some snowy white trees on there...



Swatch Details
Brand: InDecisive Nail Lacquer
Collection: core
Color Name/Number: Ichor
Number of coats: 2 (layered over white)
Top Coat: Yes

Free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)

Ichor Purple is sheer with a touch of lavender tint when warm and transitions to a vibrant medium purple when cold. Formula is the same in all three of these Ichor shades, smooth and easy to apply. I used two coats over white plus a top coat for these swatches. This also dries with a satiny finish on it's own...


Brrr, so cold...



Warming back up!...


I wore this beauty with InDecisive Antique which is comprised of sterling silver flakes in a clear base. Love this one...



Swatch Details
Brand: InDecisive Nail Lacquer
Collection: core
Color Name/Number: Ichor
Number of coats: 2 (layered over white)
Top Coat: Yes

Free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)

Ichor Red is similar to the two above. It is sheer with an ever so slight pink tint when warm and transitions to a dark pink when cold. Application is nice and smooth. I used two coats over white plus added a topcoat since it dries with a satiny finish...


Frost bite setting in...



Warm at last...


I combined this with InDecisive Speckled Black for what turned out to be my favorite combination! I did not want to take this off...



Swatch Details
Brand: InDecisive Nail Lacquer
Collection: core
Color Name/Number: Ichor
Number of coats: 2 (layered over white)
Top Coat: Yes

Free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)

I mentioned that these Ichor shades can easily be layered over different base colors, so here is a sample of what I'm talking about...

Left to right: Ichor Red layered over white as you've seen above, Ichor Red over pink (Barielle Pink Flip-Flops), Ichor Purple over minty green (Barielle Mint Ice Cream Cone), Ichor Blue over seafoam green/blue (Barielle Ocean Breeze)...


I think my favorite is the minty green to purple color change above. I will definitely have to experiment with other layering combos...

For purchasing info or additional details head over to
InDecisive Nail Lacquer Etsy shop...

Let me know what you think of these! Are you as fascinated with thermal lacquers as I am?

Thanks for looking!
Anutka :)


** Polishes were provided to me for review by the manufacturer or their PR. **
** For more information please see the disclosure policy **

9 comments:

  1. I really like Ichor! Especially when it's warm.

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  2. Oops, I don't think I can edit my comment. I ment Ichor - Blue. I noe see they're all called Ichor. :) Sorry!

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  3. It's hard to choose which one of them is the most beautiful! Great review :)

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  4. Great review! I like them all, but my favourite is Ichor Blue :-) It looks gorgeous also with Speckled White! :-)

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  5. Oh yikes! I thought I responded to all of you lovely ladies! Thank you for your wonderful comments! I'm glad you like these thermals as much as I do! They are so much fun to play with :)

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