There’s a new filter that everyone’s using on TikTok and this one will turn you into a Disney character, and people are even using it on their dogs.

Have you ever wanted to know what your pooch would look like as a Disney dog? Well now you can with this filter. It’s been hugely popular over the last few weeks, with everyone filming their results and uploading it to TikTok.

But how do you actually get the filter on TikTok? All will be revealed here.

What is the TikTok Disney Eyes Filter?

The Disney Eyes Filter has been the latest craze on social media, allowing users to turn themselves into a Disney character.

When the filter is applied, it gives you big, cartoon eyes that make it look like you’re in a Disney movie.

It’s become a huge trend on TikTok, with people using the filter and uploading their results to the social media app. People are also using the Disney theme tune in their videos to add to the effect.

People are using the filter on their dogs

The filter actually became popular because everyone started using it on their dogs. Whilst it wasn’t actually created for this purpose, it works really well and is totally adorable.

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The filter isn’t actually created by Disney itself, but the style mimics the way pooches look in Disney films like Lady and the Tramp and 101 Dalmatians.

Want to know how to get the filter for yourself? It’s not actually on TikTok – it’s on Snapchat!

How to get the Disney Eyes Filter on TikTok

The filter is actually on Snapchat, so you’ll have to film your video on there and then upload it to TikTok.

  • To get the filter, open Snapchat on your device and press the smiley face to the right of the button which you would usually use to take a picture.
  • Now press the explore button in the bottom right corner.
  • In the search bar, type ‘cartoon face’, and click on the first one that comes up.
  • Film your video, save it to your camera roll, and upload to TikTok! 

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