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01/26/2011 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Why Was This Georgia May Jagger Mascara Ad Banned?

In the controversial spot, Georgia May Jagger -- the daughter of rockstar-meets-model parents Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall -- is shown in three overlapping shots that seemingly show off the ability of Rimmel's 1-2-3 Looks Mascara to give you three uniquely different lash looks.

Yet, the tiny print at the bottom says, "shot with lash inserts," or code word for fake lashes. The British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), however, doesn't think the disclaimer is sufficient, and has yanked the commercial, and also banned the print ad from running in magazines.

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