TikTok Eyes and Mouth Filter: How To Put Eyes And Mouth On Objects Through The Face Builder Effect

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TikTok Eyes and Mouth Filter: How To Put Eyes And Mouth On Objects Through The Face Builder Effect

Strawberries and cream. Gin and tonic. TikTok and filters. It's a much-loved combination, and the most popular ones are the no beard filter, celebrity lookalike filter and dynamic photo filter.

Face Builder Effect is the latest addition to the app and it's already garnering massive attention. While it might sound like a psychological problem that affects plastic surgeons, it isn't.

We'll tell you exactly what it is, and how to use it, in one neat, easy-to-read article. And soon you'll be abusing your newfound powers as a Medieval despot bent on putting eyes and mouths on everything you see. You rascal, you.

What Is The Face Builder Effect?

If you are on TikTok and have encountered videos where inanimate objects have eyes and a mouth, you might be wondering, "how did someone give that inanimate object eyes and a mouth?".

The answer is that they used the Face Builder Effect. Face Builder literally builds a face (well, eyes and mouth at least) on pretty much any object you want. The effect came to prominence due to something called the "I am Lost" Challenge and has remained popular ever since.

So if you want to join in the fun and start putting your own face onto other things for comedic purposes, what do you need to do? We'll run through the steps you need to follow next.

How To Put Eyes And Mouth On An Object

At the moment, the Face Builder Effect is available on Snapchat, rather than directly through TikTok. So assuming you have Snapchat, here's what you need to do:

  • Open your Snapchat camera
  • On the right of the Record button is the Effects button. Press this.
  • Select Create
  • Slide until you see an icon of eyes and a mouth. This is the Face Builder effect.
  • Choose the photo you want to put your eyes and mouth onto, and adjust the size of your features to fit the image.
  • Record your video and save it onto your device.
  • Upload the video to TikTok

That's it! Easy, right? Go on, try it out yourself. If your video seems to stuck on 0 views on TikTok, we could help!

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