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How to get the Bald Head Filter on Instagram and Snapchat – try the latest viral trend! – HITC

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A new Snapchat filter is going viral on social media, and it’s actually pretty convincing – here’s how to get the Bald Head Filter.
If you’re on Snapchat a lot then you may have had your friends sending you photos trying to trick you that they’ve shaved their head. This latest prank has become hugely popular on social media, and it’s all thanks to a brand new filter.
You probably want to join in the trend and give it a go too – and here’s exactly how.
A new filter is going viral on social media called the Bald Head Filter.
When applied, it makes it look as though you are bald and have no hair on the top of your head. However, it does give you facial hair instead.
The filter has become hugely popular as unlike lots of filters, it’s actually really realistic!
Bald filter on snapchat is probably the best thing they’ve ever done🤣
£10 to anyone who hasn’t used the bald filter on Snapchat
If you’ve seen people using the filter on Instagram, you might be wondering how they got it.
The same filter isn’t actually available on Instagram, so what you’ll have to do is follow the instructions above to use the filter on Snapchat, then save your video to your camera roll.
Once you have done this, you will be able to upload it to Instagram.
Everyone using the bald filter atm pic.twitter.com/K4f8gRsnA1
The Snapchat filter has gone completely viral on the internet, and is quickly becoming a firm favourite amongst social media users.
One Twitter user said: “I’m having way too much fun with the bald head filter on snap.”
“The bald snapchat filter is the best thing to happen in 2020 so far,” said another.
People are even using the filter to try and trick their friends and family into thinking that they’ve actually shaved off all their hair. And the filter is so realistic that it actually works!
Yoooo so I tested the new Snapchat bald filter on my parents and… 🤣💀 pic.twitter.com/37ICbSxtGq
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