Health & Fit 'Full House' and Hallmark Fans Can’t Handle Candace Cameron Bure’s Huge TikTok Fail
The Korean Vegan serves up spicy tofu, life lessons and stories from her childhood
"The Korean Vegan, for much of its existence, has been about so much more than the recipes.""I think a lot of us tend to associate Korean food with meat, like Korean barbecue or grilled pork belly. One way that The Korean Vegan tackles those stereotypes is saying you don't need to have meat to eat authentic Korean food," she told me, her voice as full of warmth and passion as it is in her videos.
is on TikTok crushing workout challenges, acing smooth transitions in and paying homage to her Full House days. But while it may seem like she’s got the social media app down pat, some TikTok filters still manage to surprise her.
Thewas recently caught off guard when she tried out the "Animate Me" filter, which transforms users into a cartoon version of themselves. Wearing a ruched blue dress and sporting a deep side part, Candace smiles at the camera and playfully taps on her phone screen to reveal her Disney-inspired look. Unfortunately, it wasn’t what she was expecting at all.
Is Eating Frozen Honey Safe? A Registered Dietician Dissects This TikTok Trend
Before you put a jar of honey in the freezer, you might want to know exactly what you're biting into.But, let's back up a bit. If you've been browsing through TikTok lately, you may have come across the frozen honey trend (or frozen honey challenge), which, as the name suggests, involves putting honey in a freezer, either stored in its original jar, a plastic water bottle, or silicone molds. Once frozen for a few hours — some TikTokers also let the honey freeze overnight — users then document themselves taking a big old chunk to snack on, with the noise making for an endlessly satisfying ASMR sensation.
With animated sparkles falling down her screen, Candace quickly stops smiling and brings the camera closer to her. Upon seeing herself in detail, thebegins shaking her head and rushes to turn off the filter.
“Can I get a re-do? #Disney #disneyprincess #cinderella,”.
After Candace gave the filter a thumbs down, fans assured her that she always looks stunning in real life. “When you’re so much more beautiful than your animated self ???? Honestly they just need a different art style for you,” one person wrote. “More beautiful than any Disney princess Candace ????,” another added. “The original version of you is the best version of you lady! Beautiful and talented!,” a different fan said.
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"I think people are fascinated by [rush] because it is something they have never seen before.” The hashtag, #bamarush, has garnered over 231 million views on TikTok. Everyone’s keen interest in the ritualistic-like process is just another byproduct of the pandemic, offering an insider look at immense wealth with an almost sport-like fan culture. User account @actually_obsess_w_rush has spent the last few days documenting Alabama’s rush process and following the PNMs’ daily activities by keeping score of them via an excel sheet.
Others couldn’t help but laugh along with Candace, because they also tried out the trendy TikTok filter and didn't like the results. “I had the same reaction when I used the filter ???? glad I’m not alone although you’re gorgeous in both sides,” a follower commented. “Hahahaha on my goodness ???? my exact reaction when I did it. ????,” someone else added. “Yours is a lot better than mine,” another said.
Her animated transformation aside, the 45-year-old mother of three knows what she’s doing on the app. I mean, have you seen the clips of her? That's talent!
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This TikTok Creator’s Stellar Wardrobe Fuses Modest Style, ’80s Silhouettes, and Thrifting .
Hodan Yousuf’s personal style is in a league of its own.“I mostly gravitate towards a masculine look, so most of my inspirations come from men's fashion and street style,” she tells Vogue. “I take those ideas and pair them with feminine items, creating a mix of the two silhouettes.” The creator—who is Muslim—adds that she also wants to prove that embracing modest silhouettes doesn’t have to mean sacrificing personal style. “My faith is an important component when it comes to my wardrobe and image,” she says. “The fashion industry lacks proper representation for a lot of minority groups.