The last few years have left many of us touch starved. For some, face-touching ASMR videos are helping fill that void.
Touch-based ASMR videos are helping some touch-deprived people better deal with being alone.
ASMR content aims to soothe viewers and trigger pleasant sensations. It saw huge growth on YouTube, but creators say TikTok offers new opportunities.
TikTokker @BalloonJosh creates wearable costumes made entirely out of balloons. Here he makes a costume inspired by Belle from "Beauty and the Beast."
Experts explain the rise of 'mean ASMR,' where YouTubers insult and criticize viewers who say it makes them feel good
Mean ASMR is a YouTube subgenre where creators gain millions of views with videos that are nasty to viewers to create ASMR tingles.
Angelic creates bedazzled Marvel makeup looks. She has gained popularity from her ASMR videos where she removes the rhinestones from her face.
ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response, can be triggered with satisfying sounds and visuals. Here's how 5 types of ASMR are made.
The artist behind Mingtoo Art makes clay-cracking ASMR videos. She smashes plaster-coated clay sculptures to create satisfying sounds and visuals.
Videos that show pharmacy technicians sorting and pouring pills have millions of views on TikTok. Viewers say ASMR content helps them relax.
Jungmin Kang is the owner of Snoopslimes. She makes desserts that look real but are actually made of slime.
Lioncolony creates satisfying looping videos and animated ASMR ads for brands like Gucci, Hyundai, Fenty Beauty, and more.
Billie Eilish just won International Female Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards. Here's how she incorporates ASMR into her music.
A video analysis of how Gen Z prodigy Billie Eilish blends ASMR into her music to create a radically different brand of pop.
Evelyn Benitez-Sorto is an artist who creates diamond paintings, which are a combination between paint by number and cross-stitching.
Hayden Harsh's paint-mixing videos on Instagram are oddly satisfying. He mixes colorful acrylic paint, clear jelly, glitter, colored dust, and more.
Sand.tagious is a popular sand-cutting Instagram account. The page features videos where kinetic sand is cut using a knife to reveal rainbow colors.
This horrifying YouTube short film starts out with relaxing ASMR and then includes a terrifying twist
In "Tingle Monsters," director Alexandra Serio plays an ASMR creator plagued by two types of male violence.
Whether you're into ASMR, or simply like hearing people talk in the background, there is bound to be a video that can help your mind settle down.
A YouTuber with over 3 million followers responded to backlash after eating live squids and octopuses on her channel, which critics call 'cruel'
Prominent YouTubers have accused popular mukbanger Ssoyoung of "torturing" animals in her videos and reveling in the brutality of her content.
ASMR is a massive subculture on YouTube where creators whisper, eat, and flutter their fingers softly into a highly sensitive microphone.
A wax artist's mesmerizing videos are taking over TikTok and fans are calling her 'the next Bob Ross'
Annie Phillips' batik art has become a TikTok sensation, thanks in part to her soothing tutorials that fans are comparing to Bob Ross.
From 'periodt' to 'and I oop,' the most common stan culture and VSCO girl slang is rooted in cultural appropriation
Stan culture phrases like 'periodt,' 'wig,' and 'and I oop' originated in Black slang, while terms like 'sksksk' have less identifiable origins.