Brooke Shields, an American actress, model and former child star, is well-known for her iconic eyebrows. The star is said to be taking legal action against the celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury for naming an eyebrow pencil using her first name and initial without her consent.
Brooke’s desirable, bold and bushy eyebrows have been a signature part of her look since the beginning of her career, and she has spent time to develop possible opportunities to create her own cosmetics line emphasizing on eyebrow-enhancing products.
The 53-year-old actress has filed a complaint claiming that Charlotte Tilbury is attempting to make huge amounts of money by naming a shade of its “Brow Lift” eyebrow pencil “Brooke S”. As per the reports, Shields was out for shopping when she discovered the fact that a product by Charlotte Tilbury was being used and sold under her name.
Alex Weingarten of Venable LLP said in a statement, “Charlotte Tilbury and its related retailers have attempted to profit off Brooke’s signature look by stamping Brooke’s name on an eyebrow pencil without her consent. This is an egregious violation of Brooke’s rights, which we will litigate vigorously to vindicate.”
According to the suit, Brooke’s is now asking the court to force the defendants, which include Charlotte Tilbury, Beautylish, Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale’s, J.C. Penney, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Sephora and Yoox Net-a-Porter, to cease their use of her name. She is also seeking the unspecified monetary damages. More Visit: http://trademarkmaldives.com/