We've seen 100 layers of fake tan.
We've seen 100 layers of make up.
We've seen 100 layers of foundation.
Now, we have 100 layers of clothes.
While the previous trends for make up had horrifying results, this one is actually quite worrying.
What happens, as you might expect, is that people get about a third of the way through, then decide to remove the layers.
But they can't. Because now they're too bulky to manoeuvre the clothes.
The trend has essentially created a series of videos of distressed individuals struggling to get a crop top over their head.
The last one has been shared over 56,000 times. Andrea has since recovered, despite the trauma.
For one tweeter, the 100 layers struggle was daily.