Posted September 16, 2018 05:19:07Halo Beauty Supplements, the company that owns Halo Beauty, is one of the best-known beauty brands, and its products have become a staple of beauty brands.
But the company has been in trouble since its founding in 2010.
After a series of failed stock-market investments, the brand was sold in 2016 to cosmetics giant Sephora.
In 2018, it faced a similar financial crisis, and was forced to sell its remaining assets to a group of investors led by entrepreneur and investor Carl Icahn.
Since then, the CEO of Halo Beauty has left the company and now owns a stake in the company.
As a result, the stock price of the company’s flagship brands has dropped from $1,600 per share to $350.
The company’s stock is down more than 20% since its debut in 2010, and now trades at just over $500.
Halo is no stranger to controversy.
Last year, it had to defend itself against accusations of selling products that contained lead paint, a dangerous chemical that can cause health problems in people with certain genetic disorders.
That same year, the board of directors of the cosmetics company was accused of rigging the company to profit off of its products.
And last year, a jury awarded the company more than $200 million in damages to people who sued it after they had their hair and skin affected by the lead paint.