How to use the realistic crying face filter on Snapchat

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How to use the realistic crying face filter on Snapchat
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  • Snapchat introduced the crying face filter first on May 6, 2022.
  • The latest filter can render your laughing look into a crying face.
  • Here’s how to search and use it on Snapchat.
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Past few weeks, scrolling over Instagram and Snapchat may have left you feeling concerned. Why does it seem like everyone is crying? Don’t worry it's a hilarious sad face filter from Snapchat. This filter makes it look like you are having a teary moment. It can make your face appear as crying or make your eyes water and nose run.

Through, you may have encountered crying filter Reels/ videos over Instagram but you may have trouble finding it. This is because the crying filter originally comes from Snapchat. To take part in the trend, head to Snapchat.

How to use the new sad face filter on Instagram?

The crying filter made its debut on Snapchat on May 6 and till now filter has been used 1 billion times. The most popular way that users use a crying filter is by using it on unsuspecting friends. The crying filter can render laughs into intense crying.

If you haven’t tried it yet, here’s how you can find and use it on Snapchat-
How to use the realistic crying face filter on Snapchat
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  1. Open Snapchat and tap on the smiley available next to the record option to open filters.
  2. Swipe left and tap on “Explore”.
  3. Search for “Crying” in the search bar, you will see a lot of crying filters. Choose the below-mentioned one.
  4. Now tap on the record option to click an image or record a video.
  5. Once done, save the image/video to your camera roll.
Once saved, you can use your preferred social media app to share saved video/ image files directly from the gallery.

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