TikTok’s latest viral trend is called the ‘Art History Faces Chart’ Challenge, and here’s exactly how to do it.

One of TikTok’s most popular challenges is the Celebrity Look-Alike Filter, a viral effect that morphs you into a celebrity.

The latest challenge is pretty similar, but rather than celebrities, this one uses something called Art History Faces Chart.

If you want to give the new trend a try, here’s a step-by-step guide explaining exactly how to do it.

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What is the ‘Art History Faces Chart’ Challenge?

Over the past few days, the ‘Art History Faces Chart’ Challenge has been taking over TikTok.

The trend uses a grid of 18 faces from different periods of art history. Some of them include art nouveau, surrealism and pop art.

To do the challenge, you have to use a specific filter on TikTok to see which art history face you most resemble.

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#greenscreen if u want to do this Google “art history faces chart” and it should be one of the first images to pop up #arthistoryfaces #orientalism

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How to do the ‘Art History Faces Chart’ trend

  • First, you’ll need to head to Google images and type in ‘art history faces chart’. Find the chart that everyone’s using on TikTok (it should be the first photo) and save it to your camera roll.
  • Next, open TikTok and find someone else who has done the trend by searching ‘art history faces chart’ on the ‘discover’ tab.
  • Click on their video and above their username, it will tell you the filters they used – ‘shifting’ and ‘green screen’. Save these to your saved filters so they’re easily accessible.
  • Now, start filming your TikTok video and add the faces chart image you saved to your camera roll earlier to the screen using the ‘green screen’ effect.
  • Now, use the ‘shifting’ filter to see which art history era your face morphs into.
  • Don’t forget to add the correct music too. The sound is called ‘Arabesque – Debussy’.

TikTok is obsessed with Art History

The faces chart isn’t the only art history trend that’s taking over TikTok right now.

In fact, amongst the dog videos, dance challenges and food hacks, there is actually a whole TikTok genre dedicated to art history.

If you’re interested in the subject, head to the ‘discover’ tab and search ‘art history’.

Then, you’ll be greeted with a whole host of different art history videos.

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