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Are you out of posing ideas for your Instagram photos? Maybe you just need to be creative and resourceful. To level up your IG game, we'll show you the cool factor a mirror can add to your photos.Showing your reflection in the photo
Because natural lighting is the best lighting.
Take your selfie game to the next level using the best light source there is: the sun. Below, we run down 10 celeb-inspired tricks to cop for your next snap session. No art director needed!1. Andrea BrillantesWhen the sun is shining too
Turn them into works of art.
The filters on Snapchat and Instagram are great, but when you want to impress your friends with cool photos and #art IG stories, get a little help from these free beauty filter apps. They've got a wide selection of filters, adorable stickers, and cute animations. We
Time to give the fish gape a break.
With 2016 coming to a close, it’s time to retire old selfie standards like the fish gape and the T-rex hands. If our favorite celebrities are any indication, the next It pose to perfect is the super casual “finger to the face.” Or
Just dangle your fingers like so.
From duckface to fish gape, to the less popular sparrowface, 2016 sees a new selfie pose: Fingermouthing. While it sounds a tad perverted, it is actually just dangling your fingers near your mouth for a relaxed, careless lookâ€•as if you’ve been caught
Is it really based on the number of selfies you take?
The proof of narcissism, says a doom-saying sort of Internet wisdom, is in the number of selfies people take.But that’s not necessarily true, say psychologists.A narcissistic personality disorder is a psychological condition characterized by extreme self-love and self-regard—or as the 5th edition
Move over, duck face.
In case you didn’t get the memo, duck face is over. Fish gape (yup, that’s what it’s called!) is officially replacing it as the hottest selfie trend on Instagram. Open-mouthed and slightly toothy, it’s somewhat similar to sparrow face—a more relaxed version