It's undeniable: Anything attached to megastar JoJo Siwa is going to be successful. And though that name may not mean much to you, to young kids and tweens, the 16-year-old singer is someone they know all too well. As her stardom continues to grow, so do her partnerships, in particular her makeup line with tween retailer Claire's. However, a recent report from the FDA may be changing all of that.
After the agency announced that her best-selling makeup kit has tested positive for asbestos, parents are quickly snatching away the cosmetics from their kids and demanding answers. It's not looking good for Siwa, and it's looking even worse for Claire's.
The same happened at similar tween retailer Justice.
In 2018, the store was forced to recall eight of its makeup products when concerns about them containing asbestos arose.
"Justice is committed to providing safe products to our customers. Whenever questions may arise, we take them seriously. Justice launched a rigorous and expansive investigation. That process continues at this time," the company said in a statement.