The class-action lawsuit, filed in February, 2017, alleged that Sexy Hair labeled their shampoo as sulfate-free and containing no salts when the opposite was true. Actually, consumers may be deceived or misled by “a large, unqualified, front-of-bottle representation that the product was ‘SULFATE-FREE.’”
Class members who are in the United States and purchased one of the sexy hair’s shampoo or conditioner products labeled as sulfate-free or salt-free, including the products identified on the Subject Products tab during the period between November 19, 2012 to April 29, 2019.
$6 per purchase.Claimants for which proof of purchase cannot be confirmed will be limited to submitting a claim for two purchases, but consumers who are able to provide proof will be able to submit claims for each purchase they made.
Proof of Purchase
Depending on the nature of your specific claim, you may need to provide supporting materials.
NOTE: If you do not qualify for this settlement do NOT file a claim.
Remember: you are submitting your claim under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim. If you’re unsure if you qualify, please read the FAQ section of the Settlement Administrator’s website to ensure you meet all standards (Settlement Insider is not a Settlement Administrator).
Crane v. Sexy Hair Concepts LLC, et al., Case No. 1:17-cv-10300, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Settlement Website Status
Edward F. Haber and Patrick J. Vallely of Shapiro Haber & Urmy LLP, and Kenneth D. Quat of Quat Law Offices.