Sebastian Hair care has come under fire after it’s logo was featured in a photogenic hair product.
The company has come up with a new product to tackle the problem, with the name “Long Haircare” emblazoned on the side of the packaging, according to CNBC.
The brand, which is owned by a French cosmetics company, claims that it “can bring the natural beauty of natural hair to your hair.”
It’s not clear if the company’s product will be sold in the U.S. and how it will be marketed.
The company said in a statement on Thursday that it had launched the “Long hair care” line in “limited quantities,” but would not release the exact number of products in the market.
“We’re very pleased with the reception the brand has received so far and our intention to continue with the growth in the next two years,” Sebastian Haircare said in the statement.
“We will not stop in Europe.”
Sebastian Haircare has received criticism for its product, with some calling it “disgusting” and “unethical.”
The company’s CEO, Dominique Leger, recently said that he would never sell his company to a competitor.
The former president of the French cosmetics group, Nicolas Leger also took to Twitter to accuse the company of being “greedy” for its logo being featured in the company, and also accused the company and the cosmetics giant of using a logo that “promotes racism.”