“Looks can be deceiving, they say. So can commercials, as we in the U.S. know. But according to our friends across the pond, this deception is worthy of legal action. As Jezebel reports, a Clairol commercial is being banned in the U.K. for misrepresenting Christina Hendricks’ dye job — in it, she went from red to golden blond. After complaints from two viewers, both hair-color educators who, the Advertising Standards Authority ruling states, ‘understood the color change depicted could not have been achieved using the product alone,’ the Authority determined Procter & Gamble fooled viewers by shooting Hendricks with blond hair before shooting her with red.” Read more at Refinery29.