More on the Huda Beauty Lawsuit
Women love to use makeup and are often careful to choose the products that will keep their skin looking healthy despite repeated use. This however, was not the case with Huda Beauty, specifically with their Neon Obsessions eyeshadow makeup, as they were hit with a Class Action Lawsuit in October.
Huda Kattan’s digital brand markets their Neon Pink, Neon Orange, and Neon Green palettes as eyeshadows, but there is a disclosure that actually states the product is not suitable for the eye area.
The plaintiff in the lawsuit alleges that after applying the company’s products around her eye, her eye became irritated and she felt a burning sensation around the area. It worsened when she tried removing the product from her eyes.
To Use or Not To Use: Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions Makeup Eyeshadow
Consumers have begun to scrutinize the packaging of the Hudu product as there is a portion of the packaging that states, in very small print, how the products are not to be used near the eye area when the rest of the product’s packaging suggests otherwise.
There are also claims that the color additives included in the ingredients are not approved by the FDA.
The Huda Beauty Class Action Lawsuit alleges that these products violate California’s Business and Professions Code and Consumers Legal Remedies Act, and is looking to represent anyone in the country who has purchased Huda Beauty’s Neon Obsessions eyeshadow makeup.
Editor’s note on the Huda Beauty Class Action Lawsuit:
If you have purchased Neon Obsessions by Huda Beauty, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information on this.
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