Why not take out the guesswork guys.
Get the paint code from the plate either in the engine bay or inside front door jam.
Phone up a Renault dealer and quote the numbers to them - they can then tell you the exact colour and also give you a price for their "touch up" paint at the same time.
That way you save buying the wrong colour. Personally I would buy the Renault genuine touch up paint, that way you are more likely to get a beter colour match. Nothing wrong with Halfords but no cheaper, so go for the genuine article.
Quite agree, just asking opinions as my other half drives the car through the week and I have no access to it (as i'm working evenings) until Saturday afternoon
I will have a look Saturday and put you all out of your misery