Renault’s New Nail Polish Doubles As Car Touch-Up Paint

Renault’s New Nail Polish Doubles As Car Touch-Up Paint

Owners can coordinate their fashion tastes with four shades of popular paint colors

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 3 july 2017

Pairing cars with fashion is nothing new, as both rely heavily on style to appeal to people. Renault is taking a more literal approach by offering some of their automotive paint colors as a fashion accessory. Twingo Nail Polish is a new collection of four colors matched to popular shades available on the Renault Twingo hatchback.

The line was developed in collaboration with cosmetics specialists De Blangy. Rather than selling a product just for painting nails, Twingo Nail Polish colors can also be used a touch-up paint for small scratches on a matching color Twingo.

Renault in’t the only automaker to have experimented with nail polish. Back in 2014 for the 50th anniversary of the Mustang, Ford collaborated with OPI on a line of Mustang Nail colors. They staged a complimentary nail bar at the New York Auto Show that year.


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