How to take the ‘my color’ test on TikTok: Viral color personality test

Alice Hearing
TikTok color personality test quizPixabay/TikTok

The latest personality test sweeping TikTok right now is the ‘my color’ test, which aims to determine your personality traits and assign them to a color. Here’s how you can take the my color test and what it means.

Have you ever wondered what you’d be if you were a really specific color? The my color test allows you to find out from a range of different shades such as dandelion, Alice blue, or even sprout.

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TikTokers are absolutely loving it, sharing their results via the green screen filter in their short videos, and sharing their friend’s colors matched with their pictures. Several users have claimed the test is scarily accurate.

TikTok color personality test
The test corresponds with the popular Myers-Briggs personality test.

How to take the TikTok my color test

First, go to and click on the icon with your language. You will then be asked 12 different questions on topics such as how you spend your weekends and how you behave in front of your friends.

You’ll then be presented with a few paragraphs telling you all about the positive aspects of your personality, the slightly more negative aspects, and the kind of people you get on with. At the bottom, it will also tell you which color personality types you’d get on with and which ones you should keep your distance from.

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One reason why many are finding the results so accurate is because the test is linked to the well-known Myers-Briggs personality indicator, also known as 16 personalities. You can find the personality type corresponding to your color by checking the URL of your results page.

For example, the color Alice Blue corresponds with INFJ, serulian corresponds with INTP, and sweet pink corresponds to ESFP.

Once you’ve found out your color, you might want to post it to TikTok and try to find your color tribe like tens of thousands of others have done and join in this viral trend.

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Alice is a former writer at Dexerto based in London, covering online entertainment. Alice specialized in influencer culture on TikTok and YouTube as well as news and trends across prolific online platforms.