This is how to get that plastic face filter on Instagram
FYI it’s going to make you look like a fit alien
Last year was the year of the HUJI cam, that 90s filter everyone was obsessed with using. But this year, the Instagram community has decided to fast forward to the future. Everyone's using these alien-like glossy face filters that make your whole face look like it's covered in Vaseline. Introducing: The Instagram plastic face filter.
The genius behind these user generated futuristic Instagram filters is Johanna Jaskowska, a Berlin-based visual artist.
A few weeks ago, her Instagram account was followed just by friends and family, but now she's got over 250k followers because people are desperate to use her face filters. Johanna has already been interviewed by Vogue and I-D magazine.
So how do you get the Instagram plastic face filter?
Step 1: Follow @johwska on Instagram.
Step 2: When you follow the Instagram account, there should be a pack of four face filters available at the bottom. One of which will be the Instagram plastic face filter.
Step 3: Go on your Instagram stories and the face filters should appear scattered throughout your normal ones. This one is called "Beauty 3000."
Et voila. It will honestly it makes your face look like a piece of art from every angle.
The three other face filters included in the @johwaska pack are the following:
TURFU by @johwska
This face filter makes your face look as shiny and glossy as the vaseline filter, with the added effect of a face grid.
Zoufriya by @johswka
This Instagram face filter makes your face look shimmery with holographic tones and blacks out your eyes.
Blast by @johwska
This Instagram face filter will make it look like you dipped your face in highlighter. It makes it look super shiny. If you tap on your face with the filter, the source of light will keep changing at various speeds.
You can thank me later.
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