9 viral TikTok trends you should avoid

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9 viral TikTok skincare trends you should NOT be doing
Some of these are WILD.
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Molly-Mae Hague reveals the £10 priming moisturiser she swears by for glowy skin
"My make-up artist Holly always uses this on me".
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The £14.99 honeycomb gym leggings loved by Chloe Ferry
They are EVERYWHERE.
 
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Where to buy the personalised Starbucks cups loved by Molly-Mae Hague and Kady McDermott
We're ob-sessed.
 
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I tried L'Oreal's Wonder Water hair treatment and here are my honest thoughts
It's currently half price 🎉.
 
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Introducing the £18 body mist the whole of TikTok is obsessed with
It literally 'smells like holiday' 😱.
 
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