Natalie Portman’s Dior Ad Banned in the Oughout.K.

Natalie Portman's Dior Ad Banned in the U.K.

Natalie Portman's Dior Ad Banned in the U.K.

Natalie Portman's Dior Ad Banned in the U.K.

Natalie Portman's Dior Ad Banned in the U.K.

Natalie Portman's Dior Ad Banned in the U.K.

Natalie Portman's Dior Ad Banned in the U.K.

This Christian Dior mascara advertising featuring Natalie Portman has been frozen in England after compete with makeup company L’Oreal cried to Britain’s Advertising Criteria Authority about her absurdly photoshopped eyelashes. Yahoo Media says:

The ad for DiorShow Facelift mascara showed Portman with a lush, solid fringe of lengthy lashes, as well as claimed the makeup might deliver a magnificent volume-multiplying effect, eyelash by eyelash. L’Oreal believed it “misleadingly exaggerated the particular likely effects of the product,” based on the ruling submitted on the authority’azines website immediately.

Dior [admitted to] the Marketing Standards Power that Portman’utes natural eyelashes were digitally retouched in post-production to lengthen and curve them.

The advertising authority said it considered the ad’s boasts and Portman’s image “can be understood for you to mean that the actual mascara could prolong the eye-lash, as well as separate them, increase their thickness and volume, and usually enhance eyelash appearance.”

Because the particular ad ended up being likely to deceive, it must certainly not appear once more in its latest form.

Yeah, sorry about this. I only saw the words “Natalie Portman” and “restricted in Europe” and also assumed it would be something very good, like the lady was captured doing some nuts new medication or in a new bizarre sexual intercourse act or something. Unfortunately, that was not the case. Even so, I’d previously uploaded the images and researched “sex works banned throughout UK” by the time I realized how boring this particular story has been. It was already past too far for you then.

If you like the sheer panel on the gown Natalie’s donning on the cover of Fashion last year, do this dress from Erin Fetherston. If it’utes the volume and the color you want, try this outfit from Pass up Selfridge.

Natalie in Vogue recently: