- A video tutorial shared by makeup brand Juvia’s Place sparked online backlash over the use of an anti-Asian slur.
- In the video, influencer Maggie Carrie explains that she drew her eyeliner in a certain way to give her eyes a “ch*nky look.”
- In response to the criticism, both Carrie and Juvia’s Place have issued separate apologies.
A barrage of online criticism has prompted a makeup brand and a beauty influencer to issue separate apologies for the latter’s use of an anti-Asian slur during a makeup tutorial video.
The controversial clip, which Juvia’s Place uploaded on its social media pages last week, shows influencer Maggie Carrie saying she wants to give her eyes a “ch*nky look” as she applies her eyeliner.