TikTokers are loving a new heart backdrop for their lip sync videos. Here’s how to get it.
The neon heart background makes it appear as though
TikTokers are whirling through a heart tunnel. But it’s not an effect or filter. You’ll have to a be little YouTube savvy to pull off this romantic trend.
Warning: The videos embedded have flashing lights.
Heart TikTok background
“Bruh, I thought this was a filter,” @
emross00 wrote in a caption.
Like in most videos in the challenge, she lip-synced to Doja
Cat’s “Say So” as a purple and blue neon heart tunnel unfolded behind her.
theoriginalcheetodust sang in front of a red version of the heart tunnel.
Drag queen @
plastique_tiara used a neon butterfly tunnel to show off their makeup transformation.
The trend is so popular @
.imnotrylee caught someone filming a video with the background at school.
But teacher @
kylethecockroach couldn’t believe a student went to school at 7 a.m. to record a heart background video using the classroom projector.
How to find the heart TikTok background VIDEO
The most popular version of the heart background is just a video
called “Neon Lights Love Heart Tunnel and Romantic Abstract Glow Particles 4K Moving Wallpaper Background” on YouTube. VIDEO
The butterfly version is “Beautiful Butterfly Neon Lights Tunnel Fast Abstract Glow Particles 4K
TikTok Trend Background” on YouTube. VIDEO
There’s even a Y2K version
named “Y2K PARTY Pink and Magenta Ending Heart Scene HQ Background.”
Most users simply play the background behind them on a
television or projector to make their dreamy videos.
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