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It’s no secret that TikTok stars are on the rise. Creators are making headlines, like Addison Rae starring in the upcoming Netflix-produced movie He’s All That and Noah Beck reigning as a brand ambassador for Gen Z skin care brand Bubble. Now, Chase Hudson, aka Lil Huddy, is up next with this LILHUDDY x Glamnetic collaboration.
With over 31 million followers on TikTok, he stands as one of the most followed creators on the platform. Whether you’re a stan or not, if there’s one thing you’ll remember about Hudson, it’s his ever-changing emo-inspired nails. Now, you can wear Lil Huddy’s signature nail art on your own tips.
Prepare to go back to the 2000s in this 10-piece collection that features a lot of black polish. Spooky and Halloween-themed, fans and nail lovers can swipe the $20 semi-cured gel nail stickers made entirely from gel polish. Thankfully, there is no glue required for application. All you have to do is stick on the appropriate size sticker and cure each one for a look that lasts up to three weeks. No worries if you don’t have a nail lamp on hand. The collection also includes a $16 UV lamp. However, you can apply these babies uncured, and they will still last up to two weeks. Additionally, the vegan and cruelty-free gel nail stickers come stacked with 20 stickers in 10 different sizes total.
Take a look at some of these sick designs from the LILHUDDY x Glamnetic collection to pop onto your nail beds this fall.
Young & Dangerous, $19.99
Big Brain, $19.99
Rock Star, $19.99
Dusk & Dawn, $19.99
Wild Thangz, $19.99
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