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Here Are The Best Snapchat Filters

Snapchat filters have become something of a phenomenon in the past few years. The idea behind them is somewhat childish and immature, but they’ve come to be used by everyone at some point; teenagers, adults, celebrities and even global mega-companies have jumped on the trend.

Here are the best Snapchat filters which can you use to add a little jazz to your pictures.

Face swap

If you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to trip on acid, or wanted to know what it’s like living inside Leatherface’s dreams, the face swap filter is perfect for you. With a quick snap, you can swap faces with one of your friends and truly begin to see what it would like if you stepped into the machine from The Fly with them.

Jokes aside, the face swap filter employs incredible technological mastery. The ability to instantly swap faces with someone is as amazing as it is creepy, but it goes a long way to suggest what might be possible in the future.

The flower crown

Snapchat was born from a very basic idea, making simplicity a cornerstone of this ingenious app. This is way the flower crown has been an incredibly popular filter over the past year.

It’s no secret that, at first, Snapchat can be more than a little confusing. It takes a while to get to grips with the fundamentals of the app, and this includes applying filters to your photographs. The flower crown does exactly what it says on the tin, as well as a little extra. In addition to adding a cutesy halo of color to your head, it also makes your skin look as smooth as a baby’s. Perfect.

Rainbow vomit

Sure, it might sound gross on paper, but the rainbow vomit has been one of the most popular Snapchat filters of 2017. The rainbow vomit does exactly what it says: spews out a stream of bright, luminous colors from your mouth, and if that wasn’t enough, it’s also topped off with a sprinkling of glistening sparkles too. If it’s color you’re looking for, you can’t go wrong with this one.

Additionally, this filter is so popular that it inspired its own Halloween costume. Halloween 2017 saw millions of people across the globe paint their chins rainbow-colored and head out onto the town.

Puppy face

You’ve no doubt seen this one plastered everywhere over the past few months. The puppy face is probably the most popular Snapchat filter, and there’s a good reason for it. With adorable floppy ears, a cute furry nose and a low-hanging tongue, the puppy face is as cute as it is humorous. It’s the perfect way to display your love for our favorite four-legged species in a subtle and cute way.

Also, it’s the perfect filter to cover that stray zit on the side of your cheek.

The sad face

Despite its obvious negative connotations, there’s an aura of cuteness to the sad face filter. It’s mostly used by office workers and anxious students who want to display their troubles during times of excessive workloads, and in today’s world, it’s not hard to see why this filter is such a popular choice!

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Hi everyone! My name is Ally and my blog will be talking about to become more social, outgoing, and how to come out of your element. When I was little up to about a couple years ago I was very shy and kept to myself almost all the time. I avoided people because seeing people meant people are seeing me. Being shy definitely came from a confident issue and I always had low self-esteem. I knew I had a problem but I never wanted to do anything about it until I got into high school and there was no choice. To survive high school you need to be able to be outgoing, friendly, and have the skills to talk to people. I went to therapy to work on my confidence and I also had a life coach. These two people helped me tremendously and I finally learned how to get out of my bubble and conversate with people. It was a slow process but I had much success with it. I want to be able to share my story and help others who struggled with the same things I did.