Kerry Washington has named one of her OPI nail polishes after her baby daughter.
The 'Scandal' actress wanted her little girl Isabelle, 21 months, whom she has with her husband Nnamdi Asomugha, involved in the new line she's just co-designed and thought the best way to incorporate her into the business venture was by naming a product after the adorable toddler.
Speaking to WWD, Kerry, who is also an ambassador for the brand, said: "I thought long and hard about having my daughter involved, but once I came up with the name, I couldn't get it out of my head."
The 15-shade collection, which costs $10 each, will hit stores in the US in August and includes a mixture of colours from nudes to berry purples.
Meanwhile, the 38-year-old star recently revealed she had looked towards Gwen Stefani for inspiration on her line.
She said last year: "I'm a big fan of Gwen Stefani's line for OPI. She has done such a great job having her collection represent her - not just with OPI, but through everything she's done. If I can do something similar, I will be very happy."