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An ad featuring our dear Taylor Swift has been pulled by Procter & Gamble, but before you get to excited that America’s sweetheart may have stepped out of line, It wasn’t for anything racy. It was for being too photoshopped. It wasn’t her flawless skin they were worried about either. The covergirl ad for Mascara supposedly falsely depicted the results of their makeup. Her enhanced lashes were more the result of computer graphics than the product itself.

The National Advertising Devision, and advertising regulations board responsible for validating claims made in advertisements, encourages P&G’s decision to remove the ad from circulation due to its false depiction of the product’s ability and will be investigating coloring and volumizing claims.

What do you think? Do Swift’s lashes look too enhanced or is this just what we expect from a mascara advertisement? Let us know your thoughts on twitter!