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Photo Of Urban Decay's Razor Sharp Eyeliners Causes Tempest On Twitter

August 27, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Urban Decay posted on Twitter a picture of its Razor Sharp Eyeliners line of eyeliners. Immediately, the photograph caused a public debate on social media, with some Twitter users claiming the picture referenced self-injury. Other users of the online platform claimed, however, that the uproar was an overreaction.
Victoria Jowett, "Urban Decay Came Under Fire For an Ad That Allegedly References Self-Harm", Cosmopolitan, August 27, 2016, © Hearst Communications, Inc.
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