Moon Phase TikTok Trend depicting a full moon meaning.

Moon Phase TikTok Trend

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Updated Mar 06, 2023 at 03:39PM EST by Zach.

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The Moon Phase TikTok Trend is a trend on TikTok in which users post videos lining up their astrological moon phase with their partner's to see if they make a full moon, which supposedly means that the two people are soulmates. The trend first became popularized on TikTok as early as January 2022, seeing a boost in virality again in March 2023 along with the use of a moon phase CapCut filter.


The earliest known video of someone doing the moon phases trend was posted to TikTok[1] by @lexihernandezz on January 28th, 2022. The video is captioned, "Moon phase trend, a full moon means soulmate" and shows two moon phases, presumably hers and her significant other's, overlapping one another to make a full moon, garnering over 357,000 views in a year (shown below). Moon phases such as these can be determined using a number of websites, including[2]

Before the specific "soulmates" trend, TikTokers were making phone wallpapers out of their own and their partner's moon phase images, which went viral on the platform around the same timeframe.[3]

@lexihernandezz We're both looking at the same moon, in the same world. We're connected to reality by the same line πŸŒ™ #moonphasetrend #birthmoon #birthmoonphases ♬ stop – edits ꨄ


The trend became increasingly popularized on TikTok in March 2023 along with a Capcut template that brings two images together in the center of the screen and displays the birth date of each person behind the moon phase. On March 5th, 2023, TikToker[4] @kaylahouston03 posted a version of the trend, garnering over 1.5 million views in a day (shown below, left). Later that day, TikToker[5] @honeybthatsme posted a version of the meme in which the two moon phases do not match up at all, garnering over 6 million views in under 24 hours (shown below, right).

@kaylahouston03 looks like you're stuck with me ☺️😍#CapCut #moonphase #soulmates #trending ♬ Every Summertime – NIKI

@honeybthatsme Scorpio & Sagittarius πŸ€žπŸΌβ€οΈβ€πŸ”₯ #moonphasetrend #moonphase #couples ♬ Every Summertime – NIKI

On the same day, March 5th, TikToker[6] @tiffanyzoeller posted a version of the meme similarly showing moons that don't connect, garnering over 26 million views in a day (shown below).

@tiffanyzoeller What does the moon know anyway πŸ™„πŸŒ– #moonphasetrend #moonphase #couples ♬ Every Summertime – NIKI

Various Examples

@mandalarkin i guess the stars AND moons aligned ib: @jazlynrd #moonphasetrend #moonphase #fullmoon ♬ Every Summertime – NIKI

@alofakira cant make this upπŸ₯² #soulmate #couples ♬ Every Summertime – NIKI

@erixa_48 Replying to @twilightrain moon phase soulmates tutorial πŸŒ—πŸŒ’#moonsoulmates #CapCut #moon #greenscreenvideo ♬ original sound – Erica

@leslie_ariess my soulmate fr 🫢, confirmed my the moons too πŸ˜‹ #greenscreenvideo #greenscreen #moonphasetrend ♬ Every Summertime – NIKI

Search Interest

External References

[1] TikTok – lexihernandezz

[2] Yourmoonphase – MOON PHASE CALCULATOR

[3] TikTok – moon phase wallpaper

[4] TikTok – kaylahouston03

[5] TikTok – honeybthatsme

[6] TikTok – tiffanyzoeller

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