Regardless of the type of videos you make, filters are the bread and butter of TikTok. Whether you’re using a beauty effect to put the icing on the cake of a new fashion or makeup look, or a face distortion effect for comedic purposes, they’re an essential part of the app. Chances are, most of the videos on your for you page will be using a filter, even if you don’t consciously realise it. So you may find that you want to post videos that don’t use filters, whether it’s to achieve a clean look, create a more authentic feel, or for any number of other reasons. But once you’ve filmed a video with a filter, how do you remove it? Here’s a guide for how to get rid of a filter you no longer want without having to re-film your video.