TikTok creators head back to school with #CollegeLife. Take a deeper look at this content in addition to top videos, creators, songs, and effects.

Trending on TikTok: #CollegeLife

While Taylor Swift was busy setting up her cat account, students everywhere are returning to universities across the country and getting back into swing of #CollegeLife.

This seasonal trend shares the many aspects of college life like dorm decorating and making friends in the dining hall. More experienced college students have flocked to TikTok to share tips and advice for younger college students starting their journey in higher education. From packing up for the school day to college hacks, creators have advice for students taking in person college classes for the first time. In addition to the standard college challenges like managing deadlines and deciding what outfit to wear, students are also sharing updates on how their school is handling public health and safety on campus.

Arriving at college can be a scary, intimidating experience, but with #CollegeLife, students have a helping hand getting settled into their new home.

Notable Video


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♬ original sound - Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn G

Hot Track: INFERNO

Sub Urban and Bella Poarch's new song INFERNO brought the heat to TikTok, reaching the #1 sound on the app and inspiring creators to make new makeup tutorials and dress up for the occasion. With its catchy, mischievous sound, this song has become the soundtrack to countless types of content including cooking videos and fire spinning circus acts. Both of the song's artists have been doing their part, posting colorful videos using their own songs including Bella messing around with the freeze frame feature and Sub Urban attempting to emulate a professional fire dancer who made a video to the song.


Who’s that Pokémon!!!😆💛

♬ INFERNO - Sub Urban & Bella Poarch

Hot Effect: Tunnel Vision

With the Tunnel Vision creative effect, it's easy to show what's going on inside your head. The effect zooms into creator's eye, revealing their inner most thoughts or possibly even a vision of the future.

Creator Spotlight: @96_des

Des is a self taught makeup artist creating elaborate works of art using herself as the canvas. Des' videos show the before and after effects of multiple hours of work that range from classically impressive looks to large scale makeup projects that belong in Hollywood films. Her content can be enjoyed by everyone including those who craft their own looks or anyone who appreciates hard work and talent. Follow along to see what creation Des comes up with next.

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