Huda Beauty Flouts US Law With Neon Obsession, Ahem, ‘Multiuse Pigments’ – Class Action
Huda Beauty clearly intends for its Neon Obsession color palettes to be used as eyeshadow, despite a “hidden disclaimer” contraindicating the products for eye-area use, according to the plaintiff in a proposed class action filed in California’s Central District.
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