Barbie Bratz Fairy Tiktok: What Barbie, Bratz, or Fairy Are You, According to Tik Tok?

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To find out if you look more like a Barbie, a Bratz doll, or a fairy, one of the most popular current fads on TikTok is to use the app’s shapeshifting effect (from the Winx franchise, to be more specific).

According to Elite Daily, the ability to temporarily change appearance was released in the United States in the month of April.

According to Elite Daily, its release in the United States has sparked a new wave of virality and challenges, even though it debuted in other regions of Europe and Asia as early as September 2020.

Its purpose is straightforward: after you upload a photo, your face will be distorted to look like the one in the uploaded image. When you add many persons to an uploaded photo, things get more complicated.

The effect then transforms your likeness into one of the on-screen personalities, albeit you won’t know which one until it happens.

The effect itself is mysterious, but the memes and internet fads that have arisen around it hinge on the assumption that it changes appearance based on shared facial characteristics.

Insider has attempted to contact an official from the app for comment. Users of the video sharing app TikTok have incorporated the effect into challenges based on Marvel characters (“Which Avenger are you?”) and the television show Glee, in which the participants cry as they transform into Matthew Morrison.

According to Vox’s Rebecca Jennings in The Goods newsletter, the effect of shapeshifting is both funny and terrifying because it is so often wrong.

Actors from one show are transformed into other cast members from the same program, rather than into the characters they played, in a whole subgenre of these videos.

Why are dolls like Barbie and Bratz and mystical beings like fairies so popular on TikTok?

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Finding out which of the three popular dolls you most resemble is at the heart of the current Barbie, Bratz, or Fairy TikTok craze. Over 3.5 million people have watched videos using the hashtag “#barbiebratzorfairy” on the video-sharing platform TikTok.

It’s been said that in every threesome, there’s bound to be a Barbie, Bratz, or Fairy. @helin.dxski put this hypothesis to the test on her circle of acquaintances and found that it held true Twitter user @chiarakingmusic polled her followers on who they think she most resembles.

Although opinions were divided, most people seemed to place her in the Barbie or Fairy category.

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Here’s how to take advantage of the current Barbie, Bratz, or fairy TikTok craze.

The iconic image of the trio can be obtained by taking a screenshot of a film at the right time, but some users have been nice enough to give the appearance they actually used (to find it, go to the “Discover” option and type “shapeshifting”).

You can use the effect by tapping it and then selecting the red play button. Select the picture of Barbie, Bratz, or a fairy from your gallery. To have the filter determine your identity, just hit the record button.

Those who have participated in the fad in an attempt to determine which of the three they are have surely had a good time, and it’s clear that many more fads will emerge from the immensely popular shape-changing lens.

Concerning Barbie, Bratz, or the Little Mermaid Tumblr fad:

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A new TikTok fad emerged in 2021 in which users compared their attractiveness to that of iconic dolls like Barbie, Bratz, and Fairies.

According to the rules of the challenge, every group of female friends must have at least one representative from each of the three girl stereotypes—Barbies, Bratz, and Fairies.

Whether you or your friends want to be a Barbie, Bratz, or Fairy, you’ll need to upload images of yourselves and give yourself a name. It’s a simple obstacle, but it’s become viral on the video-sharing platform TikTok.

TikTok isn’t the only social media platform where people are sharing the trend; Twitter is, too. A growing trend on Twitter is the sharing of self-portraits. The participants are then asked to comment on the character they most closely identify with and why.

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