Users are being transformed into Rapunzel and Elsa thanks to the TikTok fad, but where can you get the Disney princess cartoon filter on TikTok? It turns out that the TikTok filter is accessible on Snapchat as well.
Despite the fact that the filter isn’t linked with Disney, the larger-than-life eyes and retouched skin make users look like they’ve just walked out of a princess film.
Lauren Woodstra, a TikTok user, showcased the filter in a video in which she appears to be Rapunzel from Disney’s Tangled. Woodstra imitates Rapunzel’s cinematic positions while lip-syncing to OMC’s “How Bizarre,” which is now trending on TikTok.
@basic.amoeba submitted another video singing “For The First Time In Forever” with the cartoon filter on after numerous viewers said they looked like Anna from Frozen.
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One user has developed a strong attachment to her Disney makeover. Laura Irwin’s debut TikTok video, in which she employs the cartoon filter, has received over 400,000 views.
Irwin says in the video: “I was using this filter, and then I swiped back to my usual appearance, and I said to myself, “Bah!” This is who I am now. There’s no turning back now. That’s it… That’s all there is to it.”
You might now be asking how to use the Disney princess filter on TikTok. To begin, go to Snapchat instead of navigating through your TikTok app in search of the filter.
Open your Snapchat camera and press the filters button. Then press the explore button and type “cartoon” into the search box. The TikTok-favorite Snapchat filter is named “Cartoon,” not “Cartoon face,” which looks quite similar.
On participating in this fun, viral craze and discovering which Disney princess you resemble, film your video on the Snapchat app and save it to your phone before submitting it to TikTok.
Males may also use the filter to change themselves into Disney characters, with men on TikTok impersonating figures like Flynn Rider and Kristoff.