Whether you want to change your eye or hair color, swap around the color of your clothes, or simply add a colorized vibe to your videos, the color customizer filter on TikTok is what you are looking for.
That said, even though it is one of the most popular filters on TikTok, the color customizer filter effect might be a little hard to find.
But don’t worry; not only are we going to show you where to locate this amazing filter, we’ll also give you some tips on how to use this fun effect to spice up your next TikTok video.
How to Use the Color Customizer Effect on TikTok
The first thing we have to do to add color to our TikTok videos is open TikTok and start recording a new video or open a previously recorded one.
At the bottom of the screen, on the left, tap the Effects icon.
Select the Trending tab and scroll down.
Find the icon with a black-white face and a rainbow background.
Tap the icon to start customizing the colors of your TikTok video.
Now that we have located it let’s go over how to use the color customizer filter.
When selected, the color customizer filter will display two sliders on the screen.
Tapping on the top bar selects the Hue, and the bottom bar changes the Saturation.
The Hue will be the main color to be applied to your video.
The Saturation is how much of that color is applied.
Once you’ve found the color combination you’re looking for, hit the record button and get your new video using the color customizer filter effect posted to TikTok!
Best Tips for Color Customizer
Some cool uses for the color customizer filter involve accenting or hiding certain colors with the filter effect.
If you want to highlight an object in your videos, you can use the color customizer to make that object stand out.
Select the object’s color on the top bar, and select the second dot on the bottom. This should make it so that only one color is visible, while the background of the shot is gray.
You can also hide colors in the same way. To dull a certain color in your video, select that color on the top, and select the fourth dot on the second bar. The more accentuated color filters out objects already that color, causing them to blend in with the rest of the scene.