Olivia Jade’s Beauty Line Trademarks Might Be Rejected Due to Bad Grammar


19-year-antique influencer Olivia Jade Giannulli is suffering the brunt of her discern’s (Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli) college admissions bribery indictment. Now—although not validated to be a direct result of her parent’s frauds, indeed a setback to her achievement as a splendor influencer—the emblems that she filed returned in May 2018, “Olivia Jade” and “Olivia Jade Beauty,” have been rejected utilizing the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). According to WWD, USPTO cited “vague language” and incorrect punctuation as reasons for the rejection.

Bad GrammarUSPTO officials said in a letter: “Proper punctuation in identifications is vital to delineate each product or service explicitly inside a list and to avoid ambiguity,” and reminded her, “Commas, semicolons, and apostrophes are the handiest punctuation that needs to be used.” The emblems had been filed for “items and services” for splendor merchandise like “makeup kits made from moisturizer, primer, concealer, basis, makeup powder, makeup pencils, and eye makeup.” USPTO stated the phrases have been too “huge.”

Earlier this month, Giannuli’s dad and mom were arrested in a university admissions scandal for paying up to $500,000 in bribes to enroll their daughters in USC. The scandal made national headlines, causing her to lose partnerships with Sephora, Estee Lauder, and TRESemme. Olivia Jade is still enrolled in USC but has no plans to return to the university. We’re guessing, in the interim, she should use an editor.