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Marketing Misfires? YSL’s Black Opium; Pinrose’s Witch Kit; Becca’s ‘Blackface’ Bungle

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Whether they reflect marketing failures or simply the powder keg that is today’s digital marketing environment, recent backlashes against cosmetics brands show how online exposure can be a double-edged sword.

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