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Sephora Has Ended Its Partnership With Olivia Jade Following College Admissions Scandal

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Before alleged nepotistic scammer Olivia Jade became embroiled in the recent college admissions scandal, she was (and still is) a popular influencer. Not only does she have over one million followers on Instagram and almost two million on YouTube, she also has a bunch of sponsorships with companies like Amazon, Tresemmé, and Sephora Collection under her belt. But, since the news broke, people have been calling on brands to stop working with her. Sephora Collection, it seems, have heard the complaints loud and clear.

In a statement to NBC News, a Sephora representative revealed that, "After careful review of recent developments, we have made the decision to end the Sephora Collection partnership with Olivia Jade, effective immediately." Jade had a makeup collection with the beauty retailer, and had released a Bronze and Illuminate palette of bronzers and highlighters only a couple of months ago. As of publication, the Bronze and Illuminate palette is no longer listed on Sephora's website.

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