How To Do the Silhouette Challenge, Songs to use And What To Avoid
Social media is currently agog with the new challenge tagged Silhouette Challenge. The challenges have taken over Tiktok with every TikTok user jumping on the new trend. But many people are still wondering what it takes to do the Silhouette Challenge.
The Silhouette Challenge is coming just after another challenge the Buss it challenge was winding down. Here are tips on how to do it and what songs you can use and what to be avoided.
The Silhouette Challenge shows a person doing a slow posing dance innocently In a doorway before it turns to a sultry silhouette against a red background. Nobody is sure how the Silhouette Challenge started but it has gotten more than 150million views on Tiktok in a matter of a few days.
So, how do you take part in the ‘Silhouette Challenge’? Here are few tips that can help you create your Silhouette Challenge and from how to get the red lighting, and song selection.
1 – Pick any doorway in your house to pose in. Alternatively, find a good spot to turn into your sultry background.
2 – Stand in front of the doorway and record the intro to the video, where, similarly to the ‘Buss It’ challenge, people typically wear oversized clothes.
3 – Go on to Snapchat and search for the ‘Vin Rouge’ filter – this will give the illusion of a red backdrop.
4 – Record the second part of your video using the ‘Vin Rouge’ filter, starting in the same position you ended your first video with. People typically wear tighter fitting clothing for this part to show off their ‘silhouette’.
5 – Log on to TikTok and combine both of the videos to make one clip.
6 – When adding the sound, look for oldies classic, make sure the drop lines up with where the second part of your video begins.
What song can be used for TikTok’s ‘Silhouette Challenge’?
Everybody is getting creative with their choice of songs The singer, from Chloe x Halle, broke the internet after sharing her ‘Silhouette Challenge’, where she used colored lighting in the background, rather than a filter, and a different song altogether. The challenge started with Paul Anka’s ‘Put Your Head On My Shoulder’ and then transitions to Doja Cat’s ‘Freak’, where she samples the 1950s track.