This ASMR video has plenty of whispering, tapping, crinkling, and rambling about history to trigger your tingles. In it, I go over the history of chess, and then briefly explain the game. There are plenty of ASMR triggers, from whispering to crinkling, so sit back and enjoy.
This ASMR video is all about the fast tapping and crinkling to trigger your tingles. There is no talking throughout this video, and it’s ASMR sounds for the length of it. Lots of ASMR tapping and ASMR crinkling – no talking. Enjoy.
Brushing, stroking and scratching a carpet for asmr tingles, no talking
Very relaxing hair brushing video from a brand new ASMRtist on the scene
There’s nothing more relaxing than a haircut, but when said haircut is from Gibi ASMR, it’s a truly tingle inducing experience. In this video, she offers up plenty of ASMR triggers, including whispering, cutting, face brushing, soft hand movements, and of course a wonderful shave to finish things off. You’ll be tingling in no times watching this video.
Just came across this new ASMRtist on the scene, really enjoying her channel.
Sometimes the best ASMR is unintentional ASMR, and while this video is short, it can produce some amazing tingles. It features the Turkish barber experience, and there is a wonderful mix of ambient noise, hand sounds, as well as purposeful, yet gentle movements to make you relax. So sit back and enjoy an amazing haircut.
This is an incredibly relaxing video from FrivolousFox ASMR that will have you tingling in no time. If you’re a fan of mouth sounds, then this video really has it all, and when you combine it with the crinkling, whispering, and tapping, you’ll be lucky if you don’t end up in an ASMR coma.
This is an amazingly relaxing unintentional ASMR video, featuring the ‘throwing’ of a ginger pot. There’s plenty of purposeful and relaxing hand movements, along with soft talking to really trigger your tingles. This video is the perfect calming escape, so just sit back and enjoy.
This is an innovative video from Sensor Adi ASMR, and I’m always impressed by the way ASMR artists are always trying to find new triggers. In this video, there is the sound of hissing gas near to the microphone. It’s a really interesting sound, and after I got used to it, it was strangely relaxing. I would recommend listening to this video for the new sound alone, but there’s also lots of tapping, leather crinkling, and the sounds of fire to really trigger your tingles.