How to create an avatar on TikTok

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta June 26, 2022
Updated 2022/06/26 at 3:37 PM

As we have already seen for other applications, such as Instagram and Facebook, TikTok also allows the creation of an avatar, so that users can express their individuality in a more visual way.

Enter the article and learn how to create yours.




In addition to the filters and editing tools that TikTok offers, the platform is, like others, allowing for greater customization of the user experience. As an application used to share content with friends and beyond, avatars are an interesting way to guarantee some reality in virtual life.

After all, through them, and if users so desire, it is possible to recreate physical elements, bringing the virtual aspect closer to the real one.

The functionality was launched in june this year and comes with the aim of users to express themselves creatively.

Learn to create an animated version of yourself on TikTok

For the purposes of the article, the iOS operating system was used.

Firstly, to create your avatar, access the application via your smartphone. Tap the button “+” in the center of the bottom bar and then in Effectsin the lower left corner.

Click on the icon Search. In the search bar type “avatar” and select the option “TikTok Avatars”.

After selecting the “TikTok Avatars” option, a default avatar will appear in front of your face. To create yours, click new. Click on the one that most resembles you, or choose the first option to create one from scratch.

From here, the process is similar to other applications: you can customize the skin tone, hair, head shape, eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, ears and facial hair. All this, accompanied by music and with real movements. Check out the video:

Once you have your avatar looking the way you want, click Concluded.

Use and abuse your new virtual image on TikTok. Now you can personalize your videos even more, giving them a much more personal look.

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