I’ve been a little overzealous with Facetune recently, and it’s been gnawing at my conscious.
It’s not that I think Facetune is bad, per se, but it poses some complicated conversations, and I feel conflicted.
I don’t want to be deceiving when it comes to a photo or image I post, but I’m also very human.
Sometimes I need to take a photo for a story, and I’m having a bad body image day or hair, skin, or what-have-you day.
Below, I’m sharing all of the formulas I’m super into right now, which I’ll be relying on more as I slowly wean myself off of the blurring train.

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