Cult Car Colors – Nail polish in iconic sports car colours
Did you know that nail polish, as we know it today, originated from car paint?
As early as the 1930s, the new colour pigments from the automotive industry were used instead of the dyes and coloured oils that had been common until then. These were easier to dissolve and also made a wider range of colours possible.
It is precisely these Cult colours that Cult Car Colors is all about.
The base of the nail polish consists of up to 80% natural ingredients. In addition, all nail colours are 14-free. This means that 14 questionable ingredients, which are contained in some conventional nail polishes, are dispensed and replaced with better alternatives instead. In addition, Cult Car Colors has made a conscious decision not to add microplastics and has instead chosen not to use metallic colours. The nail polishes can be applied odourless. They are vegan and animal-free, manufactured in Germany and finished by hand.