We all love taking selfies and we all love adding filters to our selfies! I mean, who doesn’t love using bomb ass filters? Filters are what gives life to our selfies and will have us looking like we should be featured in Vogue! Although, some people judge others use of filters, and love hash-tagging “no filter, natural beauty” on their pictures *rolls eyes. That is all fine and dandy but, there is nothing wrong with us people who love using filters on all our pictures! And whoever disapproves can suck it! Here are the 5 best photo editing apps for selfies!
I love my filters and would consider myself a pro at using them in a way where I’m not “overly filtered”; there is an art to it. There are 5 photo editing apps that I use religiously and feel are must-haves on your phone ….
FaceTune is an immensely popular photo editing app because of all the features it offers like smoothing out bumps and/or pimples, blurring out backgrounds, and so forth.
This app is the bomb for smoothing out skin to look absolutely flawless. You can adjust how smooth you want your skin to look too so that way you don’t look “too filtered”.
I love Afterlight because it has a plethora of super cool filters and various unique frames that you can use for your pictures. I always use their white-colored frames for my pics.
PhotoToaster probably has the best filters of all the apps. The filters are great for adding warmth, vividness, clarity and/or glamour to your pictures. The filters strength can be adjusted as well.
VSCO is used by a lot of famous makeup artists like Desi Perkins and ILuvSarahi. They have some really dope filters that are unique and give pics editorial type vibes.
Let the filter force be with you, my child!
What do you think of these 5 best photo editing apps for selfies? Let us know in the comments below!
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Kennisha is currently studying at Southern New Hampshire University to obtain her bachelors in Creative Writing. She is an avid lover of art and poetry. Her favorite word is "create" because she feels the word "represents the endless possibilities and marvelous creations the mind can conjure".